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The 2015 PMA Craft Show may still be a few months off, but you can start getting your eye candy fix now, with a host of great art and craft events lined up during the summer months in the Philadelphia region. Here are six we’re looking forward to:
[FIBER] At The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Both/And Richard Tuttle Print and Cloth explores the contemporary art of textile enthusiast Richard Tuttle through installations spanning five decades. Through summer 2015.
[CERAMICS] Rebecca Hutchinson: Abundance, on view at The Clay Studio, explores the artist’s concerns with ecosystems and environmental conservation through an innovative paper clay technique that produces delicate organic forms. June 5-June 28
[WOODWORKING] At The Center for Art in Wood, Other Selections: Local Artists Respond to the Museum Collection continues, showcasing 19 young Philadelphia artists’ work in drawing, printmaking, sculpture, video and photography influenced by the museum’s permanent collection. Though July 18.
[DESIGN] The PMA’s Northern Lights: Scandinavian Design exhibition highlights Scandinavian Design from the early 20th century through now, examining the distinct styles and traditions of its five nations (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Iceland.) Through October 4.
[GENERAL] On view at Snyderman-Works Galleries, 50 Years of Works celebrates five decades of the galleries’ history and looks back on memorable crafts in ceramics, glass, jewelry, fiber and wood. Through June 27.
[GENERAL] Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen 2nd Annual MakersFest. June 14, 2015, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lancaster, PA