Homesteader Jessica Green shares the deeply rooted tradition of weaving and artisanship in Appalachia.
Five African American women quilters and freedom-fighters from Gee’s Bend, Alabama, share their cultural and family heritage of quilting.
Master carver Joe Martin, one of the few traditional craftsmen left, makes dugout canoes used by his people, the Pacific Northwest Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations.
Atlanta-based artist and musician Lonnie Holley finds healing in the transformative power of art.
Quechua dancers perform a pre-celebration ritual associated with Peru's unique Quechua Danza de Tijeras, or “Scissor Dance."
Explore the creative process with master artists and craftspeople in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Mimi Luebbermann raises sheep at Windrush Farm in Petaluma, California, where she works to educate the public about wool and fiber arts.
Meet artist Slobodan Dan Paich, who creates simple drawings with tea and ink in a daily ritual.
A portrait of Berlin based clown Reinhard "Filou" Horstkotte explores poetics of performance, laughter and spontaneity.
This short film chronicles the restoration of a remarkable Japanese farmhouse and the memories it contains.