INTERVIEWS + Press + features
Kat howard: the power of claiming the narrative
An interview on The Common Thread Blog about my process, and the themes in my work including ‘domesticity and women’s bodies,’ ‘history as a lens,’ and ‘speaking the language of textiles.’
A Design Sponge feature on my circa 1680 stone house in Kingston, NY, as well as an interview detailing my design aesthetic and a tour of my home studio.
inaugural kingston design showcase spotlights creatives from across the hudson valley
Designer Maryline Damour spearheads a uniquely collaborative showhouse, featuring my work in the concept kitchen. The project is featured on Architectural Digest.
An interview I did with Kate of The Weaving Loom, about my creative process, favorite materials to work with, and how I started weaving.
Williams Sonoma: Open Kitchen Stories
I was among a community of makers, crafters, bakers, and growers gathered together in Hudson Valley, New York, to share a harvest-inspired meal. My work is featured, along with some local tips for the Hudson Valley. Check out the Williams Sonoma video.
An article about the exhibition: Keeping Busy, for which I made a piece about Victorian and contemporary mourning practices and expectations placed on women.
An interview I did with Susan Mills for the Bookbinding Now Podcast, about how I got in to Book Art and Fiber Art, detailing how my personal history has effected the themes I address in my work.