Craft in America

Episode VI: Messages

Many artists use their craft to share personal and political opinions. Craft has the ability to entice viewers to consider topics that they might find difficult. By expressing their ideas through their work, artists add meaning to the objects they create. Featured artists include glass artist Beth Lipman, santero Charles M. Carrillo, bead artist Joyce J. Scott; and jeweler & sculptor Thomas Mann.
  • Episode XI: Holiday
  • Episode X: Forge
  • Episode IX: Crossroads
  • Episode VIII: Threads
  • Episode VII: Family
  • Episode VI: Messages
  • Episode IV: Origins
  • Episode V: Process
  • Episode III: Community
  • Episode II: Landscape
  • Episode I: Memory

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