Contemporary Craft

Contemporary Craft

Juror: Lindsay Miś, CraftBoston Director

June 16-July 21, 2017

Reception: Friday, June 16, 6:00-8:00pm


The Brookline Arts Center is pleased to present Contemporary Craft, a New England juried exhibition. Since the 1800s, New England has long been at the center of American craft from silversmithing to woodwork to textiles. In recent years, the craft movement has defied boundaries and gained recognition as an art form in its own right. What defines studio craft today? How does it navigate between function and fine art?


"Rooster Pot 3" by Jeanne Garrison



"Water Currents" by Judy Ross


"Vessel 1" by Edward Jacob


Contemporary Craft was juried by Lindsay Miś. Selected artists include John Bassett, Sue Colozzi, Jean Cummiskey, Cassie Doyon, Deb Elliot, Jeanne Garrison, Jo Goiran, Joseph Hoyt, Sarah Hudson, Edward Jacob, Michelle T. Lapointe, Bette Ann Libby, Martin McDermott, Elizabeth Menges, Zev Rejman, Chelsea Revelle, Judy Ross, Tatyana Scott, Rebecca Skinner, Joshua Vaughan, Brian Whalen and Joan Wheeler.



Lindsay Miś joined the Society as the CraftBoston Director in 2015. Miś lives in New Bedford, MA and maintains her metalsmithing practice in an old fiber mill in the South Coast. Miś received her MFA in Jewelry Metals from UMass Dartmouth and her BFA in Craft/Material Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has worked at art institutions such as Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Metalwerx, and The Visual Art Center of Richmond, VA.