Turning the Page: Crafter Hour Recap

Last week, the Society hosted an amazing program, a round-table discussion with five folks working in the field of fiber. It was an honor to have: Angela Drakeford, Stephen Hamilton (Fiber artist, educator), Beth McLaughlin (Chief Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at Fuller Craft Museum), Maria Molteni (Nashville-to-Boston-based multimedia &am...
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Fun Fall Events

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You're Invited New Englanders know there are only a couple months left for us to voluntarily venture out of the house. Enjoy the season in the Seaport District for one of our many events. Explore craft up close and personal at a 'Crafter Hour' event. Read more and register for an event!
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Liz Shepherd's chairs bear new meaning

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Liz Shepherd is a conceptual artist and she works in a different media to think through her big ideas. Recently, she is ​exploring ideas of family, waiting, and loss through the use of papier-mâché cast around chairs. Two years ago, as her father was passing away, Liz found herself sitting very still and very quiet for a period of days. She looks b...
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Congratulations to 2017 Mineck Fellow, Jack Mauch!

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​With the assistance of Andrew Glasgow (Asheville, NC), the Society of Arts and Crafts is pleased to recommend Jack Mauch as this year's Mineck Foundation Furniture Fellow. Mauch is in a moment of transition, currently packing up his studio in Allston, Massachusetts and preparing for two upcoming residencies -- a Studio Fellowship at the Center for...
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Introducing Jay Rogers' Fantasy Architecture

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Jay Rogers has been making boxes and sculptural containers for over 30 years. His current work is about the psychological realm of architecture, inspired by the work of artists such as Giovanni-Battista Piranesi and M.C.Escher. The sculptures are containers, with hidden drawers and secret compartments and range in theme, size and material. Visit Ja...
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Welcome Adrienne Sloane!

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We are pleased to welcome our second Artist in Residence, Adrienne Sloane, a nationally renowned fiber artist. Adrienne will be with us, working and interacting with visitors through June 24. For 25 years studio artist Adrienne Sloane has deeply explored all forms of sculptural knit structures. As a hand and machine knitter, her work has often...
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Announcing the 2017 Artist Award Winners

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The Society of Arts and Crafts is proud to announce the winners of the 2017 Artist Awards. This year, we award three talented women who have a wide variety of skills and knowledge: Tanya Crane (jewelry, metalsmithing and fiber) Janice Jakielski (ceramics and fiber); Julie Morringello (wood, lighting design). Tanya Crane takes inspiration from her n...
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Apply to the Artist Awards Exhibition 2017

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Every other year, the Society awards $3,000 each to three craft artists living in New England. The award winners will comprise a three-person exhibition opening this summer at our new home. This is a juried, merit-based award, yet we do take other elements into consideration. To be eligible, you must be living in New England. Please read more about...
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