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Ann Ziegler talks about the family stained glass business, which she operates with her brother, Michael Hollman. She describes the design process and working with different types of building architecture, with comments from Hollman.

Jim Zehner, tinsmith, describes metalsmithing with hand tools and how he and his wife were involved with the Old Fort Settlers group.

Larry Willett talks about growing up in Appalachian Kentucky, where he began to create artwork out of found objects. The full content of this interview is restricted from public access at the request of the interviewee.

Patria Smith discusses her inspirations in carving decorative gourds and how the craft relates to Miami Indian culture. She grows and processes her own gourds, then creatives decorative designs using paint, wood-burning tools, and wood stain. Smith's…

Betty Saunders, of Russian descent, talks about growing up in an ethnic neighborhood in Cleveland and how she learned to decorate Ukrainian style pysanky Easter eggs. The eggs are used ceremonially in the Russian Orthodox Church.

Betty Saunders, of Russian descent, talks about growing up in an ethnic neighborhood in Cleveland and how she learned to decorate Ukrainian style pysanky Easter eggs. The eggs are used ceremonially in the Russian Orthodox Church.

Pitak 'Pete' Rugsaken, originally from Bangkok, Thailand, talks about his family's restaurant business and the importance of artistic food presentation, particularly the use of carved vegetables

Penny Myers explains the process of bobbin lace-making and how she incorporates it into her dollhouses and other art projects.

Penny Myers explains the process of bobbin lace-making and how she incorporates it into her dollhouses and other art projects.

Cathy Nagy Mowry talks about the history of the Miami tribe in Indiana, problems of cultural assimilation, her spirituality (Catholic and Native American) and her work making corn husk dolls.