The Black Craftspeople Digital Archive has been featured on numerous media platforms. Click through some of our podcasts and videos below:


If Those Hands Could Talk

History students from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro consider the BCDA's work to preserve memory and digital records

Polk's America

Founders Dr. Tiffany Momon and Victoria Hensley share their research and the reasons why identifying and studying Black craftspeople is so important


In the Making

A discussion between contemporary craftsperson and furniture maker Robell Awake and Dr. Tiffany Momon

Made in this City

This lecture explores the craftscape of New Orleans in connection with the BCDA’s goal of interpreting the experiences of Black craftspeople

Family Heirlooms

Curators from Mount Vernon and Arlington House with Dr. Tiffany Momon share how they preserve and interpret collections with a focus on Black history

Object Stories

Co-Director Dr. Torren Gatson contributes his thoughts on an 18th century iron fireback to the American Craft Council's Southeast Craft Week

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