Artist Studio Visit + Demo: Sidney Hutter Glass + Light

Sidney Hutter Glass + Light Studio 225 Riverview Ave, Auburndale, MA

Join us for an in-person studio visit and demo with Sidney Hutter to explore merging high craft and functional lighting elements to create decorative, illuminated artistic statements. Space is limited; sign up now to save your spot!

Ulysses Grant Dietz, Curator and Collector

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Mentor Program Speaker Ulysses Grant Dietz reflects on his 37 years as Decorative arts curator at the Newark Museum and discusses his personal history, acquisition priorities, and curatorial goals.

Visit + Guided Tour: Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love

Peabody Essex Museum 161 Essex St, Salem, MA

Join the Society of Arts + Crafts for a special guided tour "Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love" with Peabody Essex Museum Curator of Fashion and Textiles Petra Slinkard.

Dress Codes: How the Laws of Fashion Made History

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Learn the history of the laws of fashion from Mentor Program Speakers Richard T. Ford, author and Professor at Stanford Law School, and Petra Slinkard, Fashion Curator at Peabody Essex Museum.

Considering Machine Work as New Creative Craft Medium

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Learn how a self-taught machinist and metalworker created a self-sustaining career inventing a new craft medium with Mentor Program Speaker Chris Bathgate.

Ulysses Grant Dietz, Curator and Collector

Online
Virtual Event Virtual Event

Mentor Program Speaker Ulysses Grant Dietz reflects on his 37 years as Decorative arts curator at the Newark Museum and discusses his personal history, acquisition priorities, and curatorial goals.

Craft Schools: Where We Make What We Inherit

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Join Mentor Program Speaker Michelle Millar Fisher to learn about “Craft Schools”, a multi-year project encompassing public programs, artwork acquisitions to expand the MFA’s contemporary craft collection, travel to meet artists across all 48 contiguous United States, and, ultimately, a publication framing modern-day craft as expansive, inclusive, and alive—inside and outside the walls of museums.