CraftBoston: Cups of Good

CraftBoston™: Cups of Good

CraftBoston: Cups of Good

September 10 - October 31, 2021

CraftBoston

Thank you for joining us for CraftBoston: Cups of Good, a six-week online exhibition and sale of fine craft!

We invite you to shop fine handmade mugs, bowls, cups, boxes, and more at the Society of Arts + Crafts store, explore artists’ profiles for direct access to their latest work, and get to know the people who make the treasures you love by participating in live events streamed straight from their studios. Cups of Good will be open from September 10 – October 31, 2021.

Artists

Profiles

Walk the virtual aisles of Cups of Good, look around and linger as much as you like. We hope you will explore our diverse artist profiles and enjoy the insights they share about themselves and their work. These pages offer videos from creative studios and links to the artists’ own websites where you can find even more of their impressive work.

Browse Profiles

Demos, Interviews, and more...

Learn more about how the work you love is made through videos sent directly from our artists’ studios and live interviews streamed straight to your screen.

Browse Events

Fill Your Cup

Sip + Savor

Discover recipes shared by the artists paired with their handmade goods! Hover your mouse over the image to reveal the recipe.

Find Recipes to Fill Your Cup!

Easy Bug Brownies from Cat Manolis

Ingredients
200 grams butter  |  165 grams cocoa powder
400 grams brown sugar | 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
125 grams flour | 20 grams whole buffalo worms
2 eggs | 80 grams chocolate chunks

Directions
1. Line or grease an 8×8 or 9×9 pan. Preheat oven to 350F. 2. Melt butter and cocoa powder on the stove, then stir in sugar and vanilla extract. 3. Remove from heat and mix in flour, buffalo worms, eggs, and chocolate chunks. 4. Pour batter into the pan and bake for about 20 minutes, or until springy.

Peach Lemonade from Angelique Scott

Although I was born in New York, I spent many summers in the South visiting family. After playing in the sun, in the pool, or in the garden, my cousins and I loved to come inside to a cool pitcher of peach lemonade. To make a pitcher, you will need 4 cups water, 1-2 peaches, 1 cup sugar, 3/4 cup lemon juice, 1 sliced lemon, and mint (optional).
Bring 2 cups water, peaches and sugar to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 5-7 minutes or until peaches are tender. Remove from the heat and let cool. Strain, discarding peach skins. In a large pitcher, combine the peach mixture, lemon juice and remaining water. Add lemon slices and mint if desired. Serve over ice.

All Events

Explore artist’s studios, mingle with our craft community, and make something for yourself at one of our many educational events. We hope you can join us!

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We couldn't do it without you.

Thank you for supporting the Society, CraftBoston, and our artists!

Thank you to our partners and sponsors:

Fidelity Investments
Mass Cultural Council
HYM Investment Group
Urban Glass
Metalwerx
American Craft Council
Maine Crafts Association
North Bennet Street School
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
Snow Farm