For mother and blogger Jean Van’t Hul, ambivalence towards how-to books sparks a lively debate about cultivating young artistic talent.
When living a life on the outskirts of society, pictorial languages protect and inform the unseen and overlooked.
The passing of a needlecraft legend is honored by those who pull their thread in new directions.
For many, the most treasured family heirlooms aren’t made of glass or precious metal — they’re stored in a wooden box, written on a 3×5 index card.
With the recent rise in crime against our cultural artifacts, new task forces have developed to make sure the Mona Lisa stays just where she is.
Our current fascination with smartphones and iPads threatens to destroy a vital touchstone to communication.
An artificial Christmas tree may seem like the eco-friendly option for your holiday festivities, but an expert wants you to consider the real deal.
The lone artist behind’s Apple’s powerful user interface proves that there’s more to a painter than her canvas.
While the printing press revolutionized one half of the world, it left another struggling to adapt.
A small Arkansas town is now home to the most controversial institution in the art scene today.
A new exhibition reveals how post-war era artists and craftsmen made the leap to mass production without compromising their artistic expression.
A novel take on sustainable farming could serve as the basis for a new form of patronage that promotes and supports local artists.
Whether you call them Generation Y, Echo boomers, or Millennials, the upcoming workforce looks nothing like youth movements of yore.
With over 4 million players worldwide, geocaching is the greatest game you might’ve never heard of — and everyone is invited to join.
If you liberate your cell phone from its protective case, can you still learn to love it, even as wear and tear replaces its shiny finish?