The Glass Matrix

Brent Kee Young Second Time AroundSeptember 11 through October 16

This exhibition showcases the intricate glass forms of internationally renowned Brent Kee Young, along with work by Carrie Battista, Robert Coby, Earl O. James, Brent Marshall, Shawn Messenger, Michael Mikula, Marc Petrovic, Kari Russell-Pool, Mark Sudduth and Linda Zmina, all who studied under Young at the Cleveland Institute of Art.

Online gallery coming soon.

 

MINDful Exhibition

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Eward Eberle

July 10 through August 21
This powerful exhibition offers an opportunity to understand mental health issues through fine craft. Organized by the Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh.
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Functional Ceramics Workshop 2016

Matthew Krousey

Matthew Krousey

Exhibition of functional work by 20 potters will be on view March 23–April 23 at the Wayne Center for the Arts.
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Best of 2016

Renee Harris

Renee Harris

May 1–June 19, 2016

Ohio Designer Craftsmen’s 33rd annual juried members’ exhibition will showcase exemplary works in clay, glass, fiber, metal, wood and mixed media. This year’s juror is Kate Lydon, Director of Exhbitions at the Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA. The exhibition travels to the Fine Arts Center Gallery at Bowling Green State University, Aug. 23–Sept. 28 and then to the Richard M. Ross Museum, Ohio Wesleyan University, Oct. 25–Dec. 15.
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Equality

Linda Ganstrom

Linda Ganstrom

February 7–March 26

Figurative ceramics by 13 female artists from across the country will be showcased in the Ohio Craft Museum’s exhibition, “Equality.” Organized by Columbus artist Janis Wunderlich, the show focuses on each artist’s interpretation of equality in today’s society. To see selected works from the exhibition
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Northeast Ohio Jewelry

February 7–March 26

Michael Romanik

Michael Romanik

Beautiful and affordable contemporary jewelry by Northeast Ohio artists Catherine Butler, Michael Romanik, and David and Roberta Williamson.

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