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Welcome to our podcast! We are a nonprofit, multimedia digital magazine focusing on in-depth profiles of intriguing artisans and innovators across the globe — the movers and makers who are creating a world built to last. To support this project, please consider making a donation — it's tax-deductible! www.craftsmanship.net/donate
 
Harriet Salmon interviews fabricators and craftspeople who assist in the production of contemporary artworks. This podcast will document fabricator’s experiences to shine a light on the amazing breadth of talent in the field and to capture this particular moment in the art world. We're interested in conversations about hierarchies within craft vs. concept, questions of intellectual property, trends of de-skilling in art, wealth disparity, and the conflict felt by many fabricators between wor ...
 
Sexual Craftsmanship is the podcast for men in STEM who struggle with dating, sex, and relationships. If you’ve ever suspected you’re being lied to about how dating and sex work, if you’re caught up in analysis paralysis and wish you knew what to do to move forward, or if you just want to start having awesome sex already, you’re in the right place. No experience necessary! Goodbye frustration and uncertainty, hello fun and pleasure! Your host, Certified Sex Coach, sociologist, and total nerd ...
 
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The guys are joined by Evan Watson, professional heirloom hand engraver and all around awesome dude. They talk about his journey into engraving, how he followed his then girlfriend, now wife, on a new path, and how he sees the direction of his own craft and where he wants to take it in the future. Check out Evan on Instagram and online here.. https…
 
Our Fall 2022 guest editor, RoseMary Diaz, talks with Craftsmanship Quarterly's managing editor, Laurie Weed, about growing up "half-Indian" in Northern New Mexico; the surprising controversy around "art" vs. "craft;" and the story behind the stories of our first issue focused on Native American craft. You'll find all the Fall 2022 offerings on "Na…
 
The gents dive into things that they are thankful for, and some things they are not. They also give a few more updates on what new things to expect from the channel. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcameraguy patreon.com/theartofcraftsmans…
 
The bothers talk about a new series of videos that will be coming out weekly, what they have been up to, and shout out the past and current patrons on Patreon. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcameraguy patreon.com/theartofcraftsmanship Re…
 
The guys are joined by Brandon Roost, owner of Whiskey River Trading Company. They talk about his journey into art, sales, axes and axe handles, and discuss the intricacies of Brandon's perspective on the maker/seller/buyer "game". Check out Brandon and Whiskey River on YouTube, Instagram, and online here... https://www.youtube.com/c/WhiskeyRiverTr…
 
The guys get into some of the changes that are upcoming for The Art of Craftsmanship, disclose the results of the most recent Knife Makers Challenge on the Fantasy Knife, and talk about their newest rock balancing video with their older brother Derek. Find his work @derek_ohara on IG and MAGI on YT Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Ins…
 
When an American made, quartz watch costs up to $1,500, and its counterparts from other countries, including Switzerland, range from $50 to more than $50,000, what’s the difference between them? "The Value of Time" originally appeared in the Spring 2015 issue of Craftsmanship Quarterly, a multimedia, online magazine about artisans, innovators, and …
 
The fellas talk all about their most recent video, highlighting the interviews that they gathered at Maker Camp, the next video on the docket, hanging an axe on a 30C handle from Whiskey River Trading Co., and the Sheep Shear Knives that Dustin is making. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/thea…
 
The Guys recap their experiences from the 2022 Catskill Mountain Maker Camp with their buddy Sean Porter, who went for the first time this year. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcameraguy patreon.com/theartofcraftsmanship Check out Sean on…
 
Felipe Ortega was known for his controversial opinions on culture, as well as his expertise with an unusual form of pottery. He devoted his life to bucking tradition, in more ways than one. Editor’s Note: This story has been updated from the original version, which was first published in our Spring 2015 issue. This update contains historical and cu…
 
The brothers talk all about what they and you can expect this year at The Catskill Mountain Maker Camp and all of the fun things that they have planned and that they are looking forward to. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcameraguy patreo…
 
The Guys talk about the excitement of their 100th video making the 100# Osage War bow, and what went into making the video. They also get into their excitement of the upcoming Maker Camp, and what they are expecting and what you might expect if you are coming for the first time. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon …
 
Michael Montenegro is driven to put the products of his imagination into tangible, active forms. After he builds them—often in life-size form, with a rag-tag collage of materials—he becomes them, lives inside them, then delivers them to us with a zany vigor. "The Puppeteer" originally appeared in the Summer 2015 issue of Craftsmanship Quarterly, a …
 
Dustin is joined by his wife Nicole while Devon works this week, and they talk about all of the fun projects that they have been working on in the shop over the last few weeks, leading up to the AOC Archery Tourney, the premier of video #100 for the channel, and their upcoming day at the Maryland Renaissance Festival. Check out Nicole's work on ins…
 
Dustin and Devon are joined by their brothers Derek and Drew, to celebrate the 100th episode of The Art of Craftsmanship Podcast. The guys talk about the 100th YouTube video making and finishing the 100 pound draw Osage war bow, and the first annual "Ye Olde AOC Archery Tourney" The antics continue, but you will have to listen to find out more abou…
 
Pandemic, political strife, poverty, war. In times of extreme upheaval—global or personal—can the act of art-making ease suffering and strengthen resilience? "Shrine and the Art of Resilience" originally appeared in the Summer 2022 issue of Craftsmanship Quarterly, a multimedia, online magazine about artisans, innovators, and the architecture of ex…
 
The brother discuss their big mile stone things happening. 100th video on YouTube, 100th episode of The Art of Craftsmanship Podcast. They talk about what thier plans are for those events, how YOU can participate, and introduce a new maker exchange idea for all listeners and viewers. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Pat…
 
Meet Jack Mauch, the newest member of our growing family of “Craftsmanship’s Young Turks.” At age 32, Mauch is already creating breathtaking examples of craftsmanship in everything from furniture-making to ceramics and metalwork. "A New Renaissance Man" originally appeared in the Spring 2018 issue of Craftsmanship Quarterly, a multimedia, online ma…
 
The guys talk about a few recent disasters, their plan for the epic 100# war bow video, a bow shoot off, and the shop elf singing the national anthem at the Orioles stadium. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcameraguy patreon.com/theartofcr…
 
Throughout history, wine had always been aged in clay vessels. That’s just how it was done. But when French vintners discovered the marvels of aging wine in oak barrels, it was a total game changer. The flavors oak brought out in the wine set off a revolution throughout the winemaking world. Now—for fun, for distinctly different flavors, and to sav…
 
The guys talk about their newest video on making a somewhat magical toybox, and the 100th video on their channel, currently in the works, on making a 100lb Osage Orange war bow. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcameraguy patreon.com/theart…
 
California, where much of our nation's food is produced, is facing a historic drought — again. It’s become a familiar refrain, year after year, and the growing climate crisis is only expected to make things worse. Our food system has to change, and a few forward-thinking farmers are adopting some ancient, low-water agricultural techniques for the m…
 
The brothers talk vacation stories, swap one liners, and discuss the makers swap and what they are making. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcameraguy patreon.com/theartofcraftsmanship Recommendations: Dustin: Matt Aaron @aaroncreativecompa…
 
In a simple, residential neighborhood in San Francisco sits a former church for Christian Scientists. The building's white exterior and massive columns give it a stately, antiquated look. But behind its doors sit stacks of servers, which contain billions upon billions of web pages, media, and other delights. This is the Internet Archive. In today’s…
 
The fellas Talk about Devon's plans for vacation next week, and how his wife's plans are to "do nothing" on the beach. They also discuss the house project that they competed with their dad, Dustin's tow truck fiasco, and the completion of a new knife and its presentation as a wedding gift. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, a…
 
The gents catch up on vacation plans, the project they just finished, and their new video sponsorship and the new experiences that it brings. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcameraguy patreon.com/theartofcraftsmanship Recommendations: Dus…
 
In today’s automated world, why bother toiling with hand tools and sawdust? In his new book, Gary Rogowski—a master furniture maker in Portland, Oregon—ruminates about lessons he’s learned “at the bench,” and the quest for mastery and creative focus, no matter what your calling. "A Woodworker's Tale" originally appeared in the Winter 2018 issue of …
 
The guys are joined by Devon's long time buddy Albert Jang, who worked with Devon on the Orioles Production team, and has moved on to work on shows such as "Naked and Afraid", "Beat Shazam", The Drone Racing League, and several others. They all chat about what it takes to work in the buisness, and what they want to get out of a possible collaborati…
 
The blind spots in the American West’s approach to managing water are on full display in Ventura County, a coastal region of Central California that holds the most lucrative farmland in the state. "The California Mirage" originally appeared in Craftsmanship Quarterly, a multimedia, online magazine about artisans, innovators, and the architecture of…
 
The Guys talk about life and how making things with positivity is driving them to keep making content. They also talk about Father's day, being fathers, having a great father, and we hear a bit about the history of Father's Day in the US. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/theartofcraftsmanship…
 
The brothers talk about what has been going on in their lives since they last recorded a podcast four weeks ago, and what is on the books for upcoming videos, and their summer plans. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon here... youtube.com/theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcraftsmanship @theartofcameraguy patreon.com/t…
 
Now that the tequila craze has crested, the latest Latin liquor to capture the world’s alcoholic imagination is tequila’s grandfather: mezcal. But an explosion of authentic mezcal is impossible—for reasons our correspondent discovers when she goes to Oaxaca to learn how this hyper-local spirit can be sustained. "Mezcal's Dance with Extinction" orig…
 
It’s 2015, and in the health and wellness world, the Kale Craze is in full swing — people are eating, roasting, blending, and juicing it. But one molecular biologist in Marin County stumbles upon evidence that this queen of greens might be hiding toxic levels of certain heavy metals. And it’s even worse in organic varieties. Could kale be behind th…
 
Dustin s joined by 3rd time returning guest Sean Porter, from Crafting A Life I Want in YT and IG. They catch up on what's been going on for Sean as a new Property and Home Owner again, the plans for his new dedicated shop building, and talk about general maker mindset things that they both love to do. Check out The Art of Craftsmanship on YouTube,…
 
Craftsmanship's founding editor Todd Oppenheimer sits down with Paul and Elizabeth Kaiser, a husband-and-wife farming team who have been at the forefront of a promising approach to growing food called regenerative agriculture. Hear about the success of the movement they helped start; some mind boggling results from recent testing on their soil and …
 
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