Friday, October 25, 2013

Goodbye, Eudorah; Hello, Forge!

Tomorrow is the last day that Eudorah M. Moore: The Journey of a Visionary will be on display at the Craft in America Center, so stop by to visit if you haven't already! The show features objects from a number of the exhibitions Eudorah curated, including the seminal California Design series, and offers a unique look back at the dawn of the golden age for craft art, both in California and across the country.

Next up will be a sampling of collage artist Hidde Van Duym's work; you can read more about him and the show here, and sign up for a creative, hands-on workshop with Hidde here.

In the mean time, though, be sure to tune in for the premiere of Craft in America's latest episode, Forge, which happens tonight on PBS. You'll have to check your local listing for the time and channel, but you won't want to miss this one, which features a pioneering young female metalsmith named Chloe Darke taking on tradition at Old Newbury Crafters as well as Iraq war veteran Tom Pullin's haunting work.

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