From a fox to a silky chicken: centuries-old paper cuttings discovered under floorboards of National Trust house

The objects are believed to have been made by students in the 17th century, when Sutton House was a school

St Louis gallery takes down artists' pro-Palestine exhibition after deeming it anti-semitic

The abrupt closure of the Craft Alliance exhibition came as a shock to the two featured artists

Non-profit art collaborative using craft to promote cross-border relations returns to Los Angeles

Ambos (Art Made Between Opposite Sides) has been working with communities on both sides of the US-Mexico border for nearly a decade

A new generation of ceramicists takes the spotlight in London show

Adebunmi Gbadebo, who makes work from the soil her ancestors lived and worked on, is one of three rising artists in a new ceramics show at Maximillian William gallery in London

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Five artists to look out for at London's Collect contemporary craft fair

The annual event showcases makers working in jewellery and ceramics, textiles and glass


A basket woven from horsehair wins the 2022 Loewe Foundation Craft Prize in Seoul

The world's most lucrative craft prize was awarded to Korean weaver Dahye Jeong, who was selected by a jury including ceramicist Magdalene Odundo

Horsehair baskets and tracing paper chairs: Loewe Craft Prize announces 2022 shortlist

The world's most lucrative award for craft will announce its winner in a ceremony in Seoul this June

The 'Michelangelo of wood carving': exhibition celebrates life and work of Grinling Gibbons, 300 years after his death

Tercentenary show opens at Bonhams in London before travelling to Compton Verney in Warwickshire

Chicago resurrects its master craftsman

Edgar Miller finally gets his due as the city prepares to celebrate the overlooked designer’s eclectic work

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

The power of Black artists resonates at the Brooklyn Museum, while Medieval monsters lurk at the Morgan Library

The amazing technicolour Chippendale: museum injects colour back into 18th-century work

Show at Leeds City Museum is one of this year's many events commemorating the tercentenary of the furniture maker’s birth


Scholars weave craft into the art history canon at College Art Association

The subject appears throughout this year's programme for the leading US conference for art historians

Venetian mega-exhibition aims to highlight plight of European craftsmanship

Homo Faber's initiative, focussing on artisanal techniques, will take over the entire Fondazione Giorgio Cini next autumn 

Loewe Foundation arts and crafts prize reloaded

With a €50,000 award and a stellar jury, it’s little wonder the initiative is drawing international interest

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