Ceramics, fiber, glass, jewelry, mixed media, leather, wood, wearables… For two plus decades, the Gallery Council’s Fine Craft Show & Sale has featured one-of-a-kind, limited-edition work by master craft artists who regularly participate in the nation’s most prestigious shows.

Opening Party

Friday, October 20 | 6–9 pm

Enjoy live music, hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, mingling with the artists, and early access to the show & sale before it opens to the public. Ceramic Artist Paul S. Briggs will give a lecture at 6 pm in the Auditorium, and access to the sale will open at 7 pm.

$120Patron ($65 tax-deductible, includes one drink ticket & name in program*)
$60General ($15 tax-deductible)

*If ticket is not purchased by October 16, your name will not appear in the program.

Show & Sale

Saturday, October 21 | 10 am–5 pm
Sunday, October 22 | 11 am–5 pm

NOTE: Museum admission is not included in Fine Craft Show admission.

$12Not-Yet-Members’ Admission
$10Members’ Admission
FreeChildren age 12 & under

Not-Yet-Members’ Admission

Members’ Admission


* notes artists new to the Fine Craft Show

Catherine Southwick

Sage Churchill-Foster*
Nancy Gong*

Karen Brown
Seth Carlson*
Lisa & Scott Cylinder
Janine DeCresenzo
Larissa Graudins
Wiwat Kamolpornwijit
Theresa Kwong
Stephen LeBlanc
Linda Magi
Holly Anne Mitchell
Christine Peters
Virginia Stevens

Kay Lewicke*

Lisa B. Evans
Ryan Florey*
Stephen Merritt
Hideaki Miyamura
Chatham Monk*
Pat & Jim Reno
Annie Schliffer
Andrew Van Assche

Mixed Media
Jerry Alonzo

Pamela Bracci
Cecilia Frittelli & Richard Lockwood
Sandra Miller
Lynn & K Meta Reintsema

John T. Baun
Jan S. Close*
Sharon & Mark Diebolt
Scott Sober

The event is a Gallery Council Fundraiser to support MAG. Learn more about the Gallery Council. Please consider donating in support of the show. Donations can be made at bit.ly/FCSSGift.

This event is sponsored by the Gallery Council of the Memorial Art Gallery, with additional support from Margaret M. & David J. Burns and Todd D. Green, CFA / Alesco Advisors. Paul Briggs’s talk is supported by FULLMEA5URE.