Memory
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Landscape
Part of the Series: Craft in America Series
The second episode examines the relationship of craft artists with their physical environment, which serves as a source of materials and inspiration. The program spotlights Timberline Lodge, woodworker George Nakashima and his daughter Mira, jewelers Kit Carson and Jan Yager, and ceramicists David Gurney and Richard Notkin.
Community
Part of the Series: Craft in America Series
The final episode focuses on the spiritual connection between artisans and their communities. The personal stories of gifted artisans reveal the deeply held belief that craft is about more than just the making of an object. The episode profiles Pilchuck School of Glass, Penland School of Craft, Mississippi Cultural Crossroads,…
Craft in America Series
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Craft in America explores the vitality, history and significance of the craft movement in the United States and its impact on our nation's rich cultural heritage. Capturing the beauty, creativity and originality of craftsmanship, the film highlights artists and explores the inter-relationship of what they do, how they do it…
Handmade Nation
Handmade Nation documents the new wave of art, craft and design that is capturing the attention of the nation. It is the feature film debut of director, author, artist and curator Faythe Levine. Levine traveled to 15 cities and covered more than 19,000 miles to interview artists, crafters, makers, curators…
A Time for Making - Artisans Share Their Handmade Crafts
Nine artisans on secluded Gabriola Island in Canada reveal the differences between mass manufactured and authentic locally handmade crafts through intimate portraits of their work and lifestyle.
Materia Wood - Explore Cremona Italy's Traditional Violin Making
In Italy there's a strong tradition of working with wood. In this documentary we start in the Forest of Violins in Paneveggio. Each tree is specially selected and felled for its quality grain. The forest is never over-harvested, with a mindfulness of preserving the forest and the traditional trees that…
The World of the Doll Artist - Artisans Crafting Dolls
This film explores the passion and the creative process of doll making. Learn from world-renowned artists Olga Roehl, Shelly Thornton, Gail Lackey, Nancy Wiley, the Creagers and more as they discuss their inspiration, approach to craft, and design techniques. Viewers will get a look at the work of these amazing…
A Weaverly Path - The Tapestry Weaving of Silvia Heyden
An intimate, visually stunning portrait of Swiss-born tapestry weaver Silvia Heyden that captures the inner dialogue and meditations of an extraordinary artist in the moments of creation. The film follows Heyden during a year of weaving and reflection as she creates works inspired by the Eno River in Durham, North…
Memory
Part of the Series: Art21 - Season 3
How does memory function? Who creates history? Whether commemorative, critical or irreverent, the artists in episode two - Susan Rothenberg, Mike Kelley, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Josiah McElheny - delve into the past, transforming it and remaking it in their work. The hour concludes with an original piece of video art…
Strange and Familiar: Architecture on Fogo Island
In a rapidly urbanized world, what does the future hold for traditional rural societies? As Fogo Island, a small community off the coast of Newfoundland, struggles to sustain its unique way of life in the face of a collapse of its cod fishing industry, architect Todd Saunders and social entrepreneur…
The Nude in Art with Tim Marlow
Art expert Tim Marlow presents a four-part series exploring the nude in art. This comprehensive and illuminating series charts the portrayal of the naked body throughout history from Classical times through the Renaissance and the Enlightenment to the Modern Era. "It's a joy to see a programme on art that…
The Modern
Part of the Series: The Nude in Art with Tim Marlow
If there is one genre of art that seems to have played a greater role than any other, it is the nude. For at least 30,000 years, humans have represented the naked form in a variety of ways. From the ideal to the real, the Romantic to the Surrealist, there…