American Craft

To The Editors

Told and Untold Legacies

This quote from Joyce Scott now resides on my inspiration wall: “I don’t have the ability to end violence, racism, and sexism, but my art can help people look and think.” Thank you, American Craft Council, for giving such a deserving artist the Gold Medal for Consummate Craftsmanship.

~Beth Blankenship, via email

I was impressed by the breadth and depth of the Oct./Nov. issue. Your dedication to supporting and publicizing the work of BIPOC makers has been admirable throughout the years, and this issue is no exception. The articles about Joyce Scott

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