Cultures of Making Exhibitions
Exhibition spaces throughout Philadelphia present the most honored and innovative artists working today in wood, clay, fiber, metal, and glass. For five years, CraftNOW has highlighted exhibits and events to correspond with the Philadelphia Museum of Art Contemporary Craft Show in November showcasing Philadelphia as a destination for craft and making.
In 2020, the exhibition venues listed here have been in varying stages of scheduling due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Click below to discover how CraftNOW partners are continuing to adapt and remain dedicated to their programming.
Top image courtesy of Stacey Lee Webber
Art in City Hall
The Center for Art in Wood
Center for Emerging Visual Artists
Cherry Street Pier
The Clay Studio
Fabric Workshop + Museum
The Galleries at Moore
Gravers Lane Gallery
National Liberty Museum
Philadelphia Dumpster Divers at the Community Education Center
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens
Mosaic Visionary Art of Isaiah Zagar
University of the Arts
Wayne Art Center
Wharton Esherick Museum
During CraftNOW’s inaugural year in 2015, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Center for Art in Wood and The Clay Studio honored 14 American Craft Council Fellows from Philadelphia who have had an enduring national impact through their works in wood, clay, fiber, metal, and glass.
Masters of Craft is documented, in its entirety, with a 160-page publication, including essays, artist profiles, and a full-color catalog of the included works. To purchase your hard copy today, email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also view the catalog free of charge online at the link below.