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CRAFT IN AMERICA

Episode IV: Origins

  • Aired: 10/07/2009
  • 55:01
  • Rating: NR
The American craft tradition did not just appear, fully-formed and mature. The artists in Origins tie their work to early craft techniques and demonstrate how they are involved in passing these techniques to others in a continuum of creativity. Featured artists include Philip Simmons, Mark Hewitt, Teri Greeves, Jim Bassler, Paul Stankard, and Vernon, Pam, and Travis Owens.
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Episode IV: Origins
Early craft techniques used by these artists are passed on in a continuum of creativity.
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Funding for CRAFT IN AMERICA is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, Stolaroff Foundation, Windgate Charitable Foundation and generous individuals.
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