Join us at Fruitlands Museum as we celebrate creativity of Worcester County from the past to the present. Get closer to the creative process, peruse locally made crafts, mingle with artisans, and learn about nineteenth century furniture making. This event also marks the closing of the "Conversation in Craft" exhibition, showcasing furniture from the Trustees collections alongside contemporary work by artisans from the North Bennet Street School in Boston.
Schedule of Events:
11am-4pm Museum Store Trunk Show - Shop the Museum Store and meet some the artisans who will be showcasing their work for this special event
2-3pm “Crafting Excellence: The Furniture of Nathan Lumbard and His Circle” Author Talk with Christie Jackson, Trustees Senior Curator
3-4pm Celebrating the Closing of “Conversations in Craft” - Refreshments and Mingling in the Art Gallery
Museum Store Trunk Show is free and open to the public. Gallery programming is included in your day’s admission to the Museum (Free for Trustees Members). Please check in at the Admission desk in the Museum Store for your admission sticker before heading to the Art Gallery.
We are proud to present this event as part of Artweek 2018- an award-winning festival that presents hands-on and interactive artistic experiences all across Massachusetts! Check out our event and many more at www.artweekma.org