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Supporting the careers of Canadian craftspeople since 1931.
Supporting careers of Canadian craftspeople since 1931.


Digital Edition of Studio Magazine Vol. 6 No. 2

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Looking for Home: An Interview with Kai Chan
A recent 35 year retrospective exhibition gave Terence Dick an opportunity to sit down and discuss home and creativity with this internationally recognized artist.

Craft as an Attitude
Arno Verhoeven takes a philosophical approach into the relationship between crafted objects and the world in which they are viewed and used.

No Holds Barred Creativity
Gloria Hickey discovers indigenous cross disciplinarity in Newfoundland where disciplinary interaction has always made sense (whatever you call it).

The (Re)Materialization of Ideas
Mireille Perron discusses a new breed of art and craft students, graduating from programs with a boundless approach to craft disciplines.

A Blurry Line
Natalie Purschwitz crafts clothing into art installations and performances – Ann Rosenberg explores her work and her line-blurring process.

Paula Cooley introduces us to the Mudslingers, an informal ceramics community, now ten years in the making, with the mantra ‘Now Make Six More!’

Congratulations to Chung-Im Kim; Fabric of Clay; Guest Workers; Relatives; EN[COUNTER]S; Watch Out; Craft Council Calendar; Helen Konek wall hangings

An RV and a Dream

Did You Know?
Michael Prokopow looks at the history of the Lotte Lamp: the Canadian absorption of Danish aesthetics

Eight creative Canadians who work by Crossing the Line

REVIEW: El Anatsui’s Material Revisions
Janna Hiemstra reviews the exhibition of a major figure on the world stage of craft crossover

REVIEW: Hand+Made: the Performative Impulse in Art and Craft
Review of the catalogue-cum-craft object produced in conjunction with an exhibition at the Houston Contemporary Art Museum

REVIEW: Jacquard 2×2
Montréal/Tokyo Four jacquard weavers, two from Montreal, two from Tokyo go beneath the surface of the image. Joe Lewis reviews.

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