Sometimes the most cherished gifts are the ones you can’t find elsewhere — original artworks and handmade crafts. Here are some of the best places to find everything from textiles to toys to salad bowls to paintings, made by local, regional, and national artists.

CRAFTBOSTON HOLIDAY ONLINE The Society of Arts + Crafts’ annual blowout returns online this year. Enjoy artist demos in woodworking, glassblowing, and more from your living room, or pick up gifts such as cutting boards, bangles, mugs, and other handcrafted items by regional and national artists. This year, the event extends through January, so once the holiday frenzy has passed, you can slow down with a knitting workshop or pick up goodies for yourself. Through Jan. 30. https://societyofcrafts.org/craftboston-holiday-online-2021/

Ruchika Madan, "French Breakfast Radishes" plate.
Ruchika Madan, “French Breakfast Radishes” plate.Ruchika Madan

PARADISE CITY ARTS FESTIVAL Paradise City first set up shop more than 25 years ago on fairgrounds in Northampton. Soon

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Cuban art historian and curator Aldeide Delgado sits in a white room, complete with white curtains. She wears a white shirt as she speaks to New Times via Zoom. The only color in the frame is the black chair that peeks out from behind her shoulders.

Delgado speaks passionately about her women-in-photography project. Her delicate gold necklace bounces along as she gestures.

While studying art history at the University of Havana in Cuba, Delgado realized that women were predominantly left out of the conversation. The contributions of female artists — let alone photographers — rarely made the mention in her textbooks.

“You are surrounded by propaganda in school and in all the public imagery that you see on the island,” Delgado says. “It’s a lot of photography used to reinforce the ideology from the social transformation of the 1950s and ‘70s [in Cuba].”

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