The Editors Mailbox

The Editors Mailbox

Craft in America: Family

comments (1) October 9th, 2011 in blogs

BetsyE Betsy Engel, contributor
thumbs up 4 users recommend

Philip Moulthrop turning
Ed Moulthrop creations
Philip Moulthrop turning - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Philip Moulthrop turning

Photo: Courtesy of Craft in America

The next installment of the award-winning PBS documentary, Craft in America, is scheduled to air on Monday, October 17, 2011. (Check your local listings for times). This episode is about Family and investigates the home environments and influences of four families of craft artists and asks: “Is talent inherited? And “What is it like to live in a household where objects are made by hand?”

The show focuses on:

I’m looking forward to the show. I really enjoyed the earlier episodes (with woodworkers Sam Maloof, Garry Knox Bennett, and George Nakashima) and I imagine this will be just as good. Specifically, getting a peek into the lives of the woodturning Moulthrops should be fun.

I hope you can catch it.



posted in: blogs, wood turning, craft in america, moulthrop


Comments (1)

Triumph1 Triumph1 writes: Thank you for the heads up! This is an amazing show to watch. I have the DVD's for the previous shows and watch and re-watch them all the time...very inspirational. Highly recommended. Thanks again.
Posted: 6:26 pm on October 9th

You must be logged in to post comments. Log in.

Advertise here for as little as $50. Learn how

Save up to 52% on Fine Woodworking

 

Become a Better Woodworker

ABOUT THE EDITORS MAILBOX

FineWoodworking.com editors report from the woodworking front lines. Check in every weekday for news, information, projects, and answers to questions from Fine Woodworking readers everywhere.

Learn about our new format!

Archive: Temporarily unavailable. Stay tuned and sorry for the inconvenience.