Fine Craft Show & Sale

November 2–4, 2018
View the 2018 list of artists

Ceramics, glass, jewelry, metal, leather, wood, wearable art … The Gallery Council’s 18th Annual Fine Craft Show & Sale features one-of-a-kind, limited-edition work by master craftsmen and artists. FCSS showcases the highest standard of craft art in America with forty juried master craft artists who regularly participate in the nation’s most prestigious shows.

The Fine Craft Weekend includes:
Exclusive Opening Party | Friday, November 2nd | 7-9 pm
Saturday, November 3rd | 10 am-5 pm | $10 at the door includes museum admission*
Sunday, November 4th | 11 am-4 pm | $10 at the door includes museum admission*

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

On Friday evening, $50 tickets [$15 is tax deductible] can be purchased at the Admission Desk that evening for the exclusive Opening Party. Meet and mingle with the artists, enjoy hors-d’oeuvres, music and a cash bar in the Pavilion.

A $75 Patron ticket [$40 is tax deductible] includes the exclusive Opening Party events, one drink ticket, a listing on the FCS Program, admission to the Show and Sale on Saturday or Sunday as well as museum admission*.

On Friday, November 2rd, buy the $15/$20 admission* to the museum and receive a comp pass to come back to the Fine Craft Show and Sale on Saturday or Sunday (a $10 value).

All admission proceeds from Fri/Sat/Sun will go to the Gallery Council. The Gallery Council is a volunteer organization that serves the Memorial Art Gallery by organizing special events to raise funds in support of the visual arts. It is the largest single annual donor to MAG.

If you can’t make it to the Fine Craft Show & Sale, but would like to make a donation, call 585.276.8910.

*Special Note: Additional $5 surcharge to see Monet’s Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process.


Fine Craft Show & Sale
Saturday, November 3rd | 10 am-5 pm | $10 at the door includes museum admission*
Sunday, November 4th | 11 am-4 pm | $10 at the door includes museum admission*
Experience art from 40 regional fine craft artists, purchase directly from the craftsmen and women and enjoy over 5,000 years of world art in our museum collection, all included in your admission price.


View the 2018 list of artists | Thank you to our program partners | read the press release

Shown above, left to right: At the 17th Fine Craft Show & Sale, Award of Excellence went to Muffy Young, Waltham, MA (wearable art), Janine DeCresenzo, Philadelphia, PA (jewelry), Best in Show – Deborah Goldman, New Paltz, NY (ceramics) and Award of Excellence to Momoko Takeshita Keane, Ithaca, NY (ceramics).

The Fine Craft Show & Sale is presented by the Gallery Council of the Memorial Art Gallery.