Vol. 3 No. 2
Honouring Helen Gardiner
Alexandra Montgomery pays tribute and considers the legacy of celebrated Canadian philanthropist Helen Gardiner.
Kerry Croghan finds age-old craft skill mixed with fantasy and the darker subtext of reality in the work of Shary Boyle.
Larger Than 1 Woman
Defining a new variant on DIY, Allyson Mitchell returns to the work of Judy Chicago and the complicated, rewarding power of community.
Tracing the process of bringing solar-cell technology to the ancient art of stained glass, John Bentley Mays profiles Sarah Hall’s True North/ Lux Nova.
Craft pioneer Jean Johnson taps into the passion of collectors and explores the role of collections within our culture.
Eric Nay considers how to negotiate, engage, sdapt and expand approaches to sustainability.
Portfolio: Across Canada, Around the World
A celebration of craftspeople from across the country who are making their mark on the world stage.
Review: Telling Beaver Tales
Sifting through the new exhibition Beaver Tales, Janna Hiemstra uncovers diverse but unified Canadian iconography.