As the pioneers of the contemporary craft movement reach an advanced age, it has become an urgent task to make a record of their lives, their work and their achievements. The Living Treasures Project is an ongoing series of video profiles documenting the Northwest's most important and influential elder craft professionals. These are individuals with lifelong involvement in the arts and a history of personal generosity and outstanding leadership. They built institutions, taught fellow artists, and created important works that affected the direction of their fields. They are an inspiration to us all.
Fidget Films, a Seattle-based film production company, has partnered with NWDC for the Ron Ho and Tip Toland projects. For the past 30 years, they have produced a variety of media content, including award-winning documentaries, feature films, and television shows.