We are thrilled to share the second in our series of interviews with people working in creative fields, Making a Path. Today, Stacy Howe, a fine artist based in Portland, Maine, talks with us about tainted objects, stopping saying “no,” and how many times she can reheat a cup of tea before an episode of Law & Order ends.
by Molly McIntyre We are so excited to share the first in our series Making a Path: interviews with people working in creative fields. Today, Melanie Jade Frazza shares her […]
We are working up some big ideas for posts in 2016, but for now here is the latest news: New Year’s sales in our shops! Printable Weekly Planner from Sarah […]
It has been so awesome reading the gift guides that our friends and colleagues have generously put together for Gather Made over the past two months. With most by-December-24th shipping deadlines […]
Matt Tyson has worked in film production for more than twenty years, with over a decade of experience as a producer in New York City working on Telly Award winning […]
by Carolanne Malia Marcantonio Carolanne Marcantonio is a Sex Therapist in Brooklyn who loves going on adventures in and around NYC. Even when she is relaxing she is moving around. […]
Kendra Tyson is the Linda May Uris Library Media Specialist at the Georgiou Library at NYU, a picture book collection housed in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human […]