Brookfield Craft Center
Biographical Info The Brookfield Craft Center was founded in 1952 by Nancy DuBois Hagmayer, a New York City teacher who wanted to provide an inspiring fresh-air environment for a small group of urban craft artists. Today, the Craft Center is recognized as one of the core craft schools in America. Our organization is dedicated to teaching traditional and contemporary craft skills, and fostering the appreciation of the craft world. Classes and workshops are taught by nationally acclaimed, local, and visiting artists. Students learn and grow with our artistic community of talented faculty, inspired students, and generous volunteers and supporters. Our eight studios include Forge, Clay, Fiber, Digital, Glass, Jewelry, Woodturning, and Painting & Drawing. The campus also features our Lynn Tendler Bignell Gallery and Shop, where we sell glass, ceramic, wood, jewelry, metal, paintings and photography works of over 125 artists and fine craftspeople. The Gallery hosts numerous exhibits each year ranging from local student exhibitions, solo artist exhibits, to our annual faculty show. Brookfield Craft Center is proud to be celebrating our 70th anniversary in 2022!
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Start Date July 3