Past Exhibitions

2016

Exhibitions for 2016 include Equality, Northeast Ohio Jewelry and Best 2016 Click here for the online gallery

2015

Exhibitions for 2015 include On the Page, Fresh Perspectives, Best of 2015, Functional Ceramics Exhibition, Beyond Materials, Offerings of the Southwest and Gifts of the Craftsmen. Click here for the online gallery

2014

Exhibitions for 2014 include Enough Violence: Artists Speak Out, Figure It: Forms of Human Expression, Best of 2014, Functional Ceramics Exhibition, In Touch with the Spirit: Southern University of New Orleans collection and In Touch with the Spirit: Contemporary African American Click here for the online gallery

2013

Exhibitions for 2013 include the Gifts of the Craftsmen, East &West: Asian Influences on Contemporary American Craft, Inspired! Young Ohio Artists, The Best of 2013, Functional Ceramics and Quilt National Click here for the online gallery

2012

The “Best of 2012” has traveled to its next venue at the Fitton Center for Creative Arts (Hamilton, OH) and will open September 14 and run through November 9.

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2011

Exhibitions for 2011 included Artful Chairs; The Texas Chair Project; The Best of 2011 members exhibition; National Treasures—Historical Woods of America; Boxes and Their Makers, Creative Force quilt exhibition and Art of the Marble.

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2010

The Ohio Craft Museum exhibitions for 2010 includes the annual members exhibition Best of 2010; Emerging Artists; Dichotomies in Objects and Be Our Guest.

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2009

Exhibitions at the Ohio Craft Museum for 2009 included the Annual Members Exhibition “Best of 2009”; Second Nature: Art From Recycled Materials Inspired by Animals, Plants and Insects; Conversations in Fabrics and the Infinite Teapot.    

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2008

Exhibitions for 2008 at the Ohio Craft Museum included Color and Sistahs: Ten African African American Artists; Small Wonders: Contemporary Marbles by American Artists and Far from the tree: An Evolutionary View of Contemporary Woodturning  

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