Craft In America

Episode Guide


Season 6


Service (#601)

Service, part of the PBS veterans initiative Stories of Service, is the story of craft and the ...

Season 5


Industry (#503)

Industry explores the business of the handmade, going into workshops where artists are crafting the ...

Holiday (#502)

This program celebrates some of our most important traditions. Nordic folk woodcarver Harley Refsal ...

Forge (#501)

Forge profiles exceptional artists who are working in what may be the only tangible example of ...

Season 4


Crossroads (#402)

This episode explores America as a crossroads: a land where craft evolves from global influences, a ...

Threads (#401)

Explore woven textiles and story quilts by artists Faith Ringgold of Harlem, Randall Darwall of ...

Season 3


Family (#302)

This episode explores the creative home environments and personal dynamics of four families of ...

MESSAGES (#301)

New Mexico-based archaeologist and artist Charles Carillo evokes traditional Spanish colonial style.

Season 2


PROCESS (#202)

A look at how people acquire the knowledge and necessary skills to achieve a career in craft.

ORIGINS (#201)

A South Carolina blacksmith, a North Carolina potter and a New Jersey glass artist are showcased.

Season 1


Community (#103)


Landscape (#102)



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