In Touch with the Spirit
Opens February 2 – March 23, 2014
This exhibition features selections from the Southern University at New Orleans Collection of African Art, curated by Charlotte Gordon, Southern Ohio Museum artistic director, and contemporary fine craft by African American artists, curated by Bettye Stull, former curator of the King Arts Complex.
To see works from the Southern University of New Orleans collection click here
To see works from contemporary African American artists click here
Gifts of the Craftsmen
Exhibition & Sale of Fine Craft
Opens November 10 – January 12, 2014
The Ohio Craft Museum gallery will be filled with one-of-a-kind and limited edition jewelry, ceramics, art glass, wood and more, all made in America by fine craft artists and all are available for purchase. To see selected works from the exhibition click here.
East & West:
Asian Influences on Contemporary American Craft
Opens September 8 – October 27, 2013
This exhibition showcases 44 works in paper and fiber by 15 artists from across the country who are inspired by traditional Asian techniques but push the boundaries of these same traditions.
Artist Leah Wong created a paper installation sculpture on-site at the Ohio Craft Museum. To see the installation as it progressed click here.
Japanese-American artist Jan Hopkins creates organic sculptural forms from such materials as citrus peel, melon rind, cantaloupe peel and fish skin. Click here to see a recent TV interview with Jan at a local produce market and at her studio in Everett, WA.
Opens July 14 – August 18, 2013
“Inspired! Young Ohio Artists 2013″ showcased exemplary forms in clay, glass, metal and mixed media by artists under the age of 35 who got their start on college campuses throughout Ohio.
Best of 2013
Opens May 5 – June 23, 2013
Our annual members’ juried exhibition features 100 works in clay, glass, metal, fiber, wood, and mixed media. It was on display at the Ohio Craft Museum through June 23, then will travel to the Southern Ohio Museum (July 12 – Sept. 20) and the Springfield Museum of Art (Oct. 8 – Dec. 1).