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    Oakland Museum of California (Oakland, CA)

    Alicia Arroyo (MA, History of Decorative Arts & Design, Parsons School of Design)

    To help organize the photography and rights for a retrospective exhibition and publication on the work of Modernist jeweler Margaret De Patta, in conjunction with the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. 

    Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (Houston, TX)

    Laura Houston  (BA, History and Material Culture Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison)

    To work on the 2012 traveling exhibition and catalogue of the Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection of contemporary ceramics.

    Victoria & Albert Museum (London, UK)

    Marilyn Zapf (MA History of Design, V&A/Royal College of Art, London, UK and BFA Jewelry and Metalworking, University of Georgia, Athens, GA) 

    Six week internship to include photo and text rights research and mailing list development for a major exhibition on the subject of Postmodernism, staged at the V&A in 2011, and publishing in the area of craft, including the Journal of Modern Craft (Berg Publishing). 

    Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland, OH)

    Robert Coby (BFA, glass, Cleveland Art Institute, Cleveland, OH)

    To review the holdings related to decorative arts, with a focus on glass, compare these with the collections in Toledo and Pittsburgh, completing a report with ideas for exhibition display and interpretation of the Museum’s glass collection within the 20th and 21st century art galleries.


    Study Confirms Affordable Housing and Studio Need for Artists/Creatives in Asheville; Proposes Solutions

    In 2015, The Center for Craft, in partnership with the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce, commissioned Minneapolis-based Artspace Consulting to conduct a preliminary feasibility assessment and report as the first step towards developing affordable space solutions for artists and the creative sector in Asheville, North Carolina. Artspace Consulting recently submitted their preliminary feasibility assessment findings, which confirm the need for affordable housing and workspaces for artists and creatives.


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