Ten thousand years of footwear worn in the American West is chronicled by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, featuring sandals and moccasins, including contemporary examples by noted Native American artists.
Technology as Muse
The Phoenix Art Museum exhibits the sinuous and body-defying fashion of Iris van Herpen, a designer from the Netherlands who breaks new ground by using modern technologies such as 3D-printing.
The Body Embroidered
The Los Angeles Museum of Natural History’s stunning exhibition showed photographs, statuary and full torso vinyl reproductions of historic, ethnographic and contemporary tattoos.
This year's annual jewelry show, "Back Again, Forever," at Freehand Gallery brings an eclectic collection of studio art jewelry together in one space.
A Beadmaking Town
In the nineteenth century, Brazilian agate enabled the stonecutting industry of Germany’s Idar-Oberstein to become the leading exporter of stone ornaments to Africa and the Middle East.