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Craft In America

Craft In America


We have a deep sense of longing for the handmade. Perhaps because each of us, in our own way, has had a craft experience. Sometimes it’s an object passed down to us, or one that crosses our path, and connects us to others in traditions, heritage, and rituals.

Craft gives pleasure as well as function. It is inspirational as well as useful. It is the best representation of who we are as a culture. Craft is democratic. It is broad enough to accommodate anyone who makes something or appreciates the handmade. Craft is all around us. You’ll find it wherever you look – hiding in plain sight. "Craft in America" offers you a place to explore these connections and to inspire your own creativity. (Source: PBS.org)
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Prev: 6x02 -- Service (Nov/02/2014)


An exploration of craft and the military includes the origins of the Army Arts and Crafts Program and G.I. Bill; and features Gulf War veteran-ceramic artist Ehren Tool; Iraq War veteran-ceramic artist Judas Recendez; papermaker Pam DeLuco.

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