Julie Bartholomew reviews a sensory exhibition of ceramics that connects us to sand, seaweed, ash and other planetary materials.
Our June laurel goes to an epic tapa recreation of da Vinci's Last Supper painting. Tui Emma Gillies shares the journey of its creation.
Sebastian Blackie winds a grandfather clock which then unwinds its dark history.
In 2023, the Garland platform will host a series of issues on taste, sound, smell and touch that help us "reconnect" with the world and expand the identity of craft beyond "visual" art.
We interview Jesse Adams Stein about what she learned in writing Industrial Craft in Australia and the risks in not being able to make things anymore.
Pamela See reviews an exhibition at the Museum of Brisbane that depicts the urban landscape over time through the eyes of first and subsequent peoples.