Here, in one place, is a list all of the video clips you will find on various pages of this web site. Some are clips from the episodes. Others are bonus videos of additional stories and content.
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Over the course of nine hours, major influences on craft artists come to life: Memory, Landscape, Community, Origins, Process, Messages, Family, Threads, and Crossroads. How does each play a part in how craft came to be? What about them drives artists to do what they do? How do craft artists develop and adopt their techniques in today's world?
Watch human hands transform humble materials into works of function and beauty.
Watch a preview of the Origins episode.
Watch a preview of the Process episode.
Watch a preview of the Messages episode.
Watch a preview of the Family episode.
Watch a preview of the Threads episode.
Watch a preview of the Crossroads episode.
Gerhardt Knodel of Cranbrook Academy speaks about the future of craft and its significance in our history.
Pat Courtney Gold explains her basket designs which represent her heritage and her culture’s memory.
David Gurney, throwing a small cup, takes inspiration from Mexican culture, his garden, and his Central Coast California home.
Watch the de la Torre brothers use teamwork to make a glass sculpture at Pilchuck Glass School with instructor Amy Rueffert and her students.
Patty Crosby talks about the forming of Mississippi Cultural Crossroads.
Tom Joyce speaks about his work and the mathematician Fibonacci.
Jan Yager discusses communication through art.
Matt Kelleher and Shoko Teruyama, both resident artists at Penland School of Crafts, speak about their time at the school and their work.
Artist Teri Greeves shows us the outfit made for her naming ceremony.
Book artist Julie Chen discusses figuring out tricky design details.
Curator George Ciscle explains the messages in various works by Joyce J. Scott.
President Jimmy Carter introduces us to the Moulthrop family of Georgia woodturners and New York gallerist Michael Heller tells us more about the Moulthrops' work.
Bootmaker Lisa Sorrell shows us how she measures a person's foot and then chooses and customizes the appropriate boot last.
Bootmaker Lisa Sorrell shows us how she cuts and forms vamps.
Meet three generations of the Moulthrop family of woodturners.
Watch a two minute preview of Terese Agnew and Portrait of a Textile Worker.