Volume 19, Number Two Fall/Winter 1994

In “Learning the Craft of Collaboration” woodturner Merryll Saylan explores what it means to collaborate among artists; how it can fail and how it can be successful.

The article starts with Merryll describing her working style, and admitting that she was ill prepared for her first venture into collaboration.

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The article goes on to explore what it means to collaborate, and how Merryll was suddenly seeing collaboration everywhere!

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She ends the article by asking why it is people collaborate together:

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