Month: September 2010

Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement Exhibition at the Newark Museum

Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement, organized by the Dallas Museum of Art and nationally premiering at the Newark Museum, is the first exhibition to focus on the career of one of the most influential figures to arise within the Arts and Crafts movement in the United States in the early 20th …

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The Beauty of Life: Installation by Artist Hilary Pfeifer in Porland

Hilary Pfeifer, a Portland, OR artist, is working on an The Beauty of Life, an installation inspired by the wallpaper and fabric patterns of Arts and Crafts designer William Morris, especially his famous textile titled Strawberry Thief. She will individually sculpt thousands of leaf, flower, fruit and bird forms, which will be connected into an interlocking …

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Craftsman Farms Symposium and Gala Weekend

Shakespeare was wrong when he said that April is the cruelest month. It’s October—at least for 2010. Too many activities of interest, scheduled too close for virtually anyone to attend them all. First up, “Useful & Beautiful,” the conference and related exhibitions and events in Delaware, on 7–9 October. For details click here. The next …

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