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Smithsonian Women’s Committee


Design Auction

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WELCO ME AND THANK YO U! Please join us in welcoming 120 outstanding American artists to the 37th Annual Smithsonian Craft Show.

Lynda Mounts, Ellen Maltz

Each year the members of the Smithsonian Women’s Committee devote thousands of volunteer hours to plan and produce the most prestigious American craft show. We are grateful for their tireless efforts and for the continuing support of our sponsors. Their generosity directly benefits the SWC grants program. To date, proceeds from the Craft Show, together with other fundraising initiatives, have contributed over $12 million to education, research, conservation, acquisitions, and exhibitions throughout the Smithsonian Institution’s 19 museums, 9 research centers, and the National Zoo. We also express our gratitude to the three jurors for their careful consideration and expert selection of this exciting group of artists. Last, but not least, special thanks to our Program Coordinator, Heidi Austreng, and to Michael Benson. We couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you all for coming and enjoy the show! Ellen Maltz & Lynda Mounts Craft Show Chairs

TABLE OF CONTENTS Advertiser Index 48 Awards 2019 4 Co-Chairs Welcome 1 “Convo” with the Visionary 17 Craft Show Committee 4 Craft Show Sponsors 17 Exhibition Floor Plan Inside back covers Exhibitor Directory 26 Exhibitors by Medium Inside back covers Friends Night Out 17

Grants 2019 12 Jurors 5 Letter from the Secretary 3 Online Auction 10 Program Partners 25 Raffle 8 Smithsonian Women’s Committee 18 Special Thanks 20 Visionary Artist 7 Visionary Auction 9

PREVIEW NIGHT BENEFIT Wednesday, April 24—6:00 pm–9:30 pm

CRAFT SHOW HOURS Thursday, April 25—10:30 am–8:00 pm Friday, April 26—10:30 am–5:30 pm Saturday, April 27—10:30 am–5:30 pm Sunday, April 28—11:00 am–5:00 pm

FRIENDS NIGHT OUT Thursday, April 25—5:00 pm–8:00 pm See Page 17 for Details

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David J. Skorton Secretary Dear Friends, Welcome to the 37th annual Smithsonian Craft Show. Each year, the Smithsonian Women’s Committee (SWC) produces this event that showcases American designs and honors the gifted people who craft them. As much as the Smithsonian Craft Show celebrates artistic achievement, it also furthers exploration across disciplines as diverse as the Smithsonian itself. Together with its counterpart, the fall Craft2Wear show, the Craft Show raises funds to support Smithsonian projects that bring knowledge, adventure, and discovery to the world. To date, these events have helped the SWC grant more than $12 million to the Institution’s outreach, education, and research programs. Out of nearly 1000 applications received, 120 exceptional artists were selected for the 2019 show by our superb jury: Nora Atkinson, the Lloyd Herman Curator of Craft at the Renwick Gallery; Jean McLaughlin, former Executive Director of Penland School of Crafts and Board Member of the American Craft Council; and Emily Zaiden, Director and Curator of the Craft in America Center. This year, we are thrilled to present the Visionary Artist Award to Joyce Scott, a master of jewelry, beadwork, and sculpture. Exquisitely detailed, her art upends stereotypes to offer insightful social commentary on race, gender, and culture. By adapting traditional techniques to take on subjects both historical and contemporary, Scott’s work pushes the fields of American craft and design forward. An event of this caliber takes a village. We are deeply grateful to all of those who dedicated their time and energy to the Craft Show. We also owe huge congratulations to SWC president JoAnn Symons and our Craft Show co-chairs Ellen Maltz and Lynda Mounts, to the foundations and businesses who committed to making this event a success, and to the artists whose talent inspires, challenges, and enlightens us. I know I am joined by the rest of the Smithsonian community in sending our heartfelt thanks to the Smithsonian Women’s Committee for their outstanding work, this week and throughout the year. Take a look around and enjoy the show! Best regards,

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2019 AWARD S

Presented on Preview Night

Award Judges

Silver Award Nelnet Foundation

First Time Artist Award Betty Foster

Bronze Award Diane and Marc Grainer

Artists’ Choice Award Donors These awards are voted on by the exhibitors and presented on Friday, April 26th at 2:00 pm Gold Award Martha and David Martin Silver Award Louise C. Millikan, Alix Myerson and Eloise C. Poretz, in loving memory of Margaret C. Collins and to honor her many years of service

Diana Baird N’Diaye Cultural Specialist and Curator, Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage Tim Tate Co-Director, Washington Glass School Judith S. Weisman Principal, Judith S. Weisman Interiors

Award Donors Best of Show Lawrence Hough, Timothy Harr Gold Award The Susie Gray Founder’s Award Geoffrey Gray (to be selected by Susie Gray SWC member and founder of the Smithsonian Craft Show)

Excellence in Ceramics In memory of L. Marvin Hill Excellence in Glass Caroline and Jim Norman Excellence in Jewelry Ornament Magazine (to be selected by Carolyn Benesh and Patrick Benesh-Liu) New Direction Excellence in Design of the Future Kate Nemec Simonds

Bronze Award Lisa and Porter Dawson

Honoring the Future Sustainability Award Honoring the Future an Open Space Institute Project (to be selected by Lloyd Herman)

CR AF T S H OW CO MMIT TEE SWC President JoAnn Symons Craft Show Chairs Ellen Maltz and Lynda Mounts We would like to thank our committee chairs and co-chairs: Beverly Baker Sue Beddow Deon Woods Bell Barbara Bonessa Marian Brodsky Marie Canny Ruth Conant

Lori Cooper Susan Cooper Winkie Crigler Diane Eichner Sharon Fawcett Kelley Gillespie Ellen Goodman Sheila Graham Fran Hamberger Ann Hunt Laura Ivey Lee Klousia Susan Labovich Carol Lyons Ethelmary Maddox Martha Martin Ruth McCully

Amy Meadows Louise Millikan Nancy Nord Eileen Rabbitt Didi Sacks Jinny Saylor Janice Settle Trudi Small Eileen Tanner Wynne Teel Patti Vaughan Carol Wakefield Jeanne Wang The committee chairs are grateful for the hard work of their teams.


2019 CR AF T S H OW J U RO RS

Emily Zaiden, Jean McLaughlin, Nora Atkinson

Emily Zaiden: Director and Curator, Craft in America Center It was an honor to serve as juror for the 2019 Smithsonian Craft Show. The exceptional quality, mastery, and breadth of the submissions was inspiring and a testament to American innovation. These works of craftsmanship, care, and beauty remind us of the constructive power of the hand and of human ingenuity.

Jean McLaughlin: Former Executive Director, Penland School of Crafts; Board Member, American Craft Council; North Carolina Arts Council; University of North Carolina School of the Arts Advisory Council Over 40 years of my career in the arts, I have watched the strength of craftsmanship, depth of ideas, and sheer breadth of makers grow as our field has matured. The artists who submitted their exquisite work to the 2019 Smithsonian Craft Show are at the top of their fields, and selecting from among this pool of makers was extremely difficult. I was impressed not only by their technical skill and the beauty of their work, but also by the generosity of spirit it conveys, which is so evident among craftspeople in the United States today.

Nora Atkinson: Lloyd Herman Curator of Craft, Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum Jurying the 2019 Smithsonian Craft Show was an honor and a pleasure. The Smithsonian Craft Show has a long record of attracting the best the field has to offer, and the hardest part of the process is having to pare down to a balanced show that shines with exceptional talent and diversity. I was blown away by the skill and fresh approaches of many of the makers we reviewed, and relished the friendly, spirited debate of the jury room. I hope you enjoy the show we have put together—I believe it will surprise and delight.

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“War Baby”, 2014

Hand blown Murano process glass, beads, and photograph 14-1/2” x 18” x 15”


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Joyce J. Scott

Joyce J. Scott is honored as the 2019 Smithsonian Visionary Artist for her astonishing work in jewelry. Her gorgeous creations, fashioned out of beads, glass and thread, wed visual beauty and often humor with provocative statements on race, violence, and sexism. Scott acknowledges that she’s not a preacher or a politician, “but I am a good artist and that allows me to speak through my art.” She intends, she says, “to induce people to stop raping, torturing, and shooting each other.” Born, raised, and still living in Baltimore, Scott’s five decades of unique and multi-layered bead work includes mixed media sculpture and wall hangings. Her work proudly celebrates a rich family history of craftsmanship, exemplified most particularly by her mother, Elizabeth Talford Scott, a nationally heralded fiber artist who taught Joyce to sew with beads when she was 5 years old. Later Joyce learned the Peyote stitch from a Native American woman, enabling her to communicate in a way “that combined my mom’s skills with a needle and thread with this possibility of transmitting light through glass beads.” In 2016 Scott received a MacArthur Fellowship, the prestigious award which carries a significant cash stipend. The MacArthur Foundation applauded her art as “exquisitely crafted.” She is represented in the permanent collections of major museums across the country, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the National Museum of African-American History and Culture, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, and New York’s Museum of Art and Design, among many others.

“Untitled (Blue Necklace)” Beads and thread 13” x 12”

The Smithsonian Visionary Award is presented to American artists like Scott who have reached the pinnacle of sculptural art and design. Previous winners include Albert Paley, Wendell Castle, Toots Zinsky, Dale Chihuly, and Faith Ringgold.

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R AFFLE Win one of three beautiful pieces generously donated by 2019 Craft Show artists. Items are displayed and tickets sold ($5 each or 5 for $20) near the fountain area. Drawings take place on Sunday, April 28 at 4:30 pm. You need not be present to win. ANN MARIE CIANCIOLO

AMY NGUYEN

JOSH SIMPSON

The two individually sculpted 18k gold and silver bird rings can be worn separately or stacked together. Cianciolo’s jewelry creates a signature look for the wearer.

The beautiful linen on silk wrap is created using the ancient Japanese dyeing technique of shibori which compresses a large piece of white cloth by binding, stitching, folding or twisting before dyeing.

This one of a kind solid glass sphere is inspired by astrological phenomena, cosmology, and the workings of the universe. It contains an exotic little world where snippets of colorful handmade glass cane create a vibrant landscape. Paired with an acrylic stand.

One oxidized, one polished Size 7 (artist will resize if necessary) Donor Value: $450 ann@annsjewelry.com

85” x 21” Donor Value: $595 amy@amynguyentextiles.com

2.25” diameter Donor Value: $135 Josh@megaplanet.com

JOSH SIMPSON


THE S MITH S O NIAN VI S I O NARY B ENEFIT AU CTI O N The Smithsonian Visionary Benefit Auction is composed of original works by artists who are current or former recipients of the Smithsonian Visionary Award. The Auction will be held entirely online at www.bidsquare.com, April 24th—May 20th.

Proceeds from the Auction are part of the Smithsonian Women’s Committee mission to fund a competitive grants program for the Smithsonian Institution. Pictured are some of the auction items.

Albert Paley, 2014 Visionary in Metal Meridian Breakfast Table, 2016 Steel, red painted finish Edition of 15, each having a different finish Base only: 28” x 43” Courtesy of the Artist

Toots Zynsky, 2015 Visionary in Glass Avventato, 2019

11 3/4” x 19” x 10 3/4” Filet-de-verre fused and thermoformed glass threads Created for the Smithsonian Auction

Faith Ringgold, 2017 Visionary in Textiles Jazz Stories: “Mama Can Sing, Papa Can Blow #2: Come on and Dance with Me”, 2004 Acrylic on canvas with pieced fabric border 80 1/2” x 67” Courtesy of ACA Gallery

Joyce J. Scott, 2019 Visionary in Jewelry For Him, 2007 Woven glass beads, thread, wire 13” x 8” Courtesy of Mobilia Gallery

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O NLINE AU CTI O N Auction open from Wednesday, April 24 at 12:00 pm EDT through Tuesday, April 30 at 9:00 pm EDT. Acquire extraordinary items by bidding on fabulous pieces donated by generous artists from Smithsonian Craft Shows past and present. Pictures and descriptions of these items which range from ceramics to jewelry can be found on the online auction site at SmithsonianAuctions.org. Bid early and often! The proceeds support the Smithsonian Women’s Committee Grants Program. 3/13/2019

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Online Auction Donors Lori Bacigalupi Michael Bauermeister Lucrezia Bieler Gamze Blakey and Nalan Bozkurt Corry Blanc Eben Blaney Anna Boothe Christina Boy Susan Bradley Gregory Burgard Karen Caldwell Ben Caldwell John Cameron Evan Chambers Marico and Toshie Chigyo Bongsang Cho Petra Class Candiss Cole Constance Collins Deborah Cross Rachel David Sean Donlon Sharon Donovan Tenisha Dotstry Tom Dumke Shaya Durbin Robert Farrell Amy Faust Thea Fine Melissa Finelli Steven Ford and David Forlano Cecelia Frittelli and Richard Lockwood Pong Gaddi Phil Gautreau Andrea Geer Betsy Giberson Juanita Girardin

Holly Goeckler Anastassia Gonye Christina Goodman Rob Greene Deborah Harris Sarah Hassler Barbara Heinrich Reiko Ishiyama John Iversen Mary Jaeger Anna Johnson Bill Jones Audrey Jung Fred Kaemmer Wiwat Kamolpornwijit Claire Kelly Tai and Tiara Kim Judith Kinghorn Tracy Lebenzon Jeong Ju Lee Keith Lewis Sharon London Jorgelina Lopez Katherine Maloney Marge Margulies Lauren Markley Thomas Marrinson Kelly Marshall John McConnico Earnest Miller Claudia Mills Hideaki Miyamura Paul Monfredo and Nancy McCormick Carlos Montanaro Victoria Moore Rebecca Myers Barry Newstat Mina Norton Jennifer Nunnelee Yuh Okano Irina Okula

Susan Otterson Seung Jeon Paik Gillian Parke Adam Paulek Ursula Perry Peter Petrochko Deborah Polonoff Michael Quattrociocchi Hannah Regier K Meta and Lynn Reintsema Mea Rhee Daniel Rickey Meghan Patrice Riley K. Riley Lori Ross Marne Ryan Biba Schutz Paula Shalan Julie Shaw Josh Simpson Mary Stackhouse Joy Stember Melissa Stiles Tamra Thomas-Gentry Holly Tornheim Chris Triola Julia Turner Donna Veverka Stacey Lee Webber Kathy Wegman Jessica Weiss Jim Whalen Jonathan White Ann Williamson Roberta and David Williamson David Winigrad Laura Wood Jean Yao Muffy Young Katrin Zimmerman

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New Orleans Airlift

2019 G R ANTS AWARD ED BY S MITH S O NIAN WO MEN ’ S CO MMIT TEE

One of several instrumental “houses” that make the musical shantytown known as the Music Box Roving Village, located in New Orleans’ City Park. Here music not only can be heard, but can also be felt and seen.

The Smithsonian Women’s Committee supports Smithsonian projects through a competitive grants program. Funds for these grants are raised primarily from two signature events, the Craft Show in April and the Craft2Wear show in October. This year, the Committee awarded 25 grants totaling $464,294. To date the SWC has contributed over $12 million to fund 1,023 grants and endowments. Thank you to everyone who helped to make these grants possible. Each grant addresses one of the Smithsonian’s Five Grand Challenges: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Universe Understanding and Sustaining a Biodiverse Planet Understanding the American Experience Valuing World Cultures Magnifying the Transformative Power of Art and Design


Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory’s YouthAstroNet “Reach for the Stars” program.

Unlocking the Mysteries of the Universe Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory ($30,546) to support “Reach for the Stars,” an initiative to broaden access for students

Life stages of a jellyfish.

Understanding and Sustaining a Biodiverse Planet Smithsonian Gardens ($23,573) to fund fabrication and installation of interpretive signage for the campus-wide exhibition, “Habitat” (2019-2020) National Museum of Natural History Marine Station at Fort Pierce/Tropical Research Institute ($11,033) to purchase state-of-the-art instrument to measure pH underwater at sites in Bocas del Toro, Panama National Zoo/Conservation Biology Institute ($22,700) to support establishment of sustainable training program for Kenyan wildlife specialists National Zoo/Conservation Biology Institute ($22,000) to fund liquid nitrogen maker to attach to biorepository for coral sperms funded by SWC in 2016 13


National Museum of Natural History ($20,043) to support the development of the IZ AquaRoom for jellyfish research National Zoo/Conservation Biology Institute ($16,900) to pioneer methods to quantify nesting bird density in working grasslands using drone technology National Zoo/Conservation Biology Institute ($22,425) to create training materials and acquire veterinary and anesthesia equipment in Bornean orangutan rescue centers

Women’s suffrage parade and pageant in Washington, DC, 1913.

Understanding the American Experience National Museum of American History ($20,000) to develop an illustrated graphic novel, “Within These Walls” National Postal Museum ($15,000) to fund a contract archivist to identify and inventory archival materials in their collection Smithsonian Associates Discovery Theater ($25,200) to support interactive STEM production, “Science of Spring” National Museum of Natural History/National Anthropological Archives ($20,180) to inventory, describe, and digitize papers of Dr. Beatrice Medicine, anthropologist and indigenous scholar National Museum of American History ($16,875) to support “Creating Icons: How We Remember the Woman Suffrage Movement” National Portrait Gallery ($11,197) to fund the addition of audio and video footage to the Marian Anderson exhibition Office of the Chief Information Officer ($30,000) to establish new methods for big data-driven story-telling within the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative National Portrait Gallery ($20,000) to support interactive kiosk in the collectionbased exhibition “In Mid-Sentence” Smithsonian Institution Archives ($22,990) to digitize and catalog photographic collection documenting Smithsonian activities (1870-1960)


Hassan Bedawi, Southern Village in Evening, watercolor, 1962. Gift of Dr. Roxane Connick Carlisle, National Museum of African Art © 1962 Yasmin Hassan Bedawi Omer

Valuing World Cultures Office of the Chief Information Officer ($20,000) to digitize and promote select female-authored materials National Museum of African Art ($7,125) to fund a contract paper conservator to treat works of art by Sudanese artists Asian Pacific American Center ($28,717) to support “THUMP,” a musical work of art and performance for hearing and non-hearing people in New Orleans and Folklife Festival 2019

Damaged cover and spine of the pop-up book Koko’s Circus, illustrated by Hank Hart. c. 1942. Gift of Stephen Van Dyk.

Magnifying the Transformative Power of Art and Design Archives of American Art ($6,350) to conserve two at-risk journals by art critic and artist Guy Pene du Bois Archives of American Art ($14,890) to digitize and make accessible to the public 4,500 glass-plate negatives Smithsonian Libraries ($5,000) to continue the preservation of pop-up book collection with archival enclosures Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum ($15,650) for conservation treatment and re-matting works of Sophia Crownfield (1862-1929) Hirshhorn Museum ($15,900) to develop HIRSHHORN KIDS hands-on kits, online resources, and a training tool kit for Visitor Services

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THURSDAY NIGHT AT THE SHOW ONE NIGHT: TWO OPTIONS FRIENDS NIGHT OUT Thursday, April 25, 5:00—8:00 p.m. Bring your friends for this special night of fun shopping, nibbles and cash bar. Only available for Thursday night patrons with GENERAL ADMISSION ($20)!

“CONVO” WITH THE VISIONARY Thursday, April 25; 6:00—7:00 p.m. Joyce J. Scott engages in lively conversation with Stephanie Stebich, Margaret and Terry Stent Director of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, followed by a Q&A. Join us at Friends Night Out after “CONVO!” Tickets at $45 each include all day Thursday admission to the Craft Show (open until 8:00 p.m.) and one complimentary drink. Image of Joyce J. Scott courtesy of Goya Contemporary. Photo by Glenwood Jackson.

S P O N S O RS Benefactor $10,000 or more Rago Arts & Auction Center Patron $5,000 or more Blain and Peg Butner A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation Graham Holdings Company The Lazarus Charitable Trust Virginia Cretella Mars Martha and David Martin Donor $2,500 or more Nancy Goff Robert and Arlene Kogod Anne B. Keiser and Douglas M. Lapp Sponsor $1,000 or more Anonymous Anne-Lise Auclair-Jones and Hal Jones Terry and Barbara Atlas Fund (in memory of SWC member Liane Atlas) Sue and David Beddow Susan Bradshaw and Gerry Kauvar Valerie K. Burden Ruth and Richard Conant

Susan Cooper Louisa C. Duemling Diane and Ron Eichner Patricia and Richard Fiske Virginia McGehee Friend Marilou Hakuta Patricia Karp and Judith Powers Barbara and Jim Korman Ethelmary and David Maddox Jonathan and Ellen Maltz Lynda and Richard Mounts Nancy Nord Paul J. Pantano, Jr. and Cheryl Keamy Judy Lynn Prince Sylvia Ripley Michael and Deborah Salzburg Philanthropic Fund Helen and Paul Schmitz Cora and Murray Simpson Leon and Deborah Snead JoAnn and Howard Symons Linda and Steuart Thomsen Susan Vallon Elsa Williams

Friend $500 or more Carolyn Alper Beverly Baker

David and Judith Bernanke Cissel Gott Collins Mimi Conger Brown Ann Crittenden Mimi Cutler & Paul Salditt Kamer Davis Sharon Kay Fawcett Arlene K. Fleming Linda and Michael Goldberg Susan Sachs Goldman Trudi Bellardo Hahn Susan Hilton Labovich Janet Platt Lambert Joyce L. Martin Twig Murray and Harry Mahon Nancy Newkirk Suzanne J. Noonan Ethelyn Owen Margot Peet Carolyn Stanton Peirce Carrie Neher Queenan Lucy Rhame Jinny Saylor Michelle Davis Schoenberger Kathy R. Sommerkamp Sheila Stampfli Eileen Tanner Wynne M. Teel As of March 15, 2019

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S MITH S O NIAM WO MEN ’ S CO MMIT TEE President JoAnn Symons Craft Show Chairs Ellen R. Maltz Lynda S. Mounts Active Members Beverly Baker Sue Scott Beddow Deon Woods Bell Judith Bernanke Barbara Bonessa Susan Bradshaw Marian Brodsky Sally Guy Brown Judith Chused Denise Cohn Grace Coleman Mimi Conger-Brown Lori Cooper Polly Coreth Ann Crittenden Kamer Davis Jayme Delano-McGuire Tia Duer Diane Eichner Sharon Fawcett Patricia Ann Fineran Arlene K. Fleming Shirlee Friedenberg Kelley Gillespie Nancy Goff Debra F. Goldberg Linda Goldberg Ellen Goodman Sheila Graham Trudi Bellardo Hahn Frances Kamerow Hamberger Marilyn Hannigan Dottie Hawkins Patricia Hevner Laura Holland Bunny Huebner Ann Hughey Mireille Kanda Karin Karp Emily Kendrick

Cookie Kerxton Lee Klousia Barbara Korman Susan Hilton Labovich Mary Ellen Lane Susan Linden Carol Lyons Lisa Maddox Alice Mennitt Fran Miller Roberta Milman Twig Murray Lindsay M. Neinast Sherry Nevins Peggy Newman Nancy A. Nord Deborah Page Margot Peet Carolyn Stanton Peirce Kate Perrin Elaine Pinson Eloise Poretz Eileen H. Rabbitt Carol Rhees Deidre Sacks Helen Schmitz Celia Shapiro Anne Marie Shuyler Kathy R. Sommerkamp Martha Spak Elizabeth Speed Sheila Stampfli Eileen Tanner Wynne Teel Amy Green Thrasher Patti Vaughan Carol Wakefield Jeanne Wang Carol A. Word

Resource Members Dodo Ablard Anu Anand Anne-Lise Auclair-Jones Elizabeth Beck Margaret Bertin Sharon Block Tansy Blumer

Diane M. Bolz Rebecca Bostick Lucy T. Bremner Peg Butner Marie Canny Marianne T. Caulfield Elaine Cole Willi Colino-Goodman Cissel Gott Collins Ruth Conant Susan Cooper Winkie Crigler Mimi Cutler Kae G. Dakin Tamara De Martino Frances Dubrowski Becky Dye Josephine Fleming Barbara Franklin Stevie Gillespie Susie Gray Jeanne Kersting Hill Judy Hopkins Kathryn Horlick Catherine Hotvedt Lauren Howard Ann Hunt Laura Ivey Edna Robinson Jones Anne B. Keiser Pam Kloman Maureen McGuire-Kuletz Jane Kuuskraa Amy Lamb Patricia Larkin Darlene Gehler Lebedev Carolyn Lewis Janet Lindgren Nancy Low Ethelmary Maddox Joyce Martin Martha Martin Nancy Martin Jane Mason Ruth McCully Glendonia McKinney Amy Meadows CONT’D PAGE 20


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Anne Menotti Louise C. Millikan Nancy W. Newkirk Suzanne Noonan Caroline Hoof Norman Farrand M. O’Donoghue Ethelyn Owen Ann Peel Penelope B. Pollard Dolores Potosnak Judy Lynn Prince Carrie Neher Queenan Constance Rhind Robey Jinny Saylor Michelle Davis Schoenberger Virginia Austin Schubert Alice Sessions Janice Settle Trudi Small Deborah Snead Kay W. Springwater Harriet H. Stroup Michele N. Tanaka Grace Y. Toh

Marion Turner Susan A. Vallon Janice van Stolk Wendy Somerville Wall Gladys Watkins Elizabeth B. Welles Suzanne Willett Elsa B. Williams Diane Zutant

Sustaining Members Jane H. Battle Christine Blazina Annelise Brand Connie Broomfield Valerie Burden Betsy Holleman Burke Judy Cox Patricia Fiske Harriet Fraunfelter Catherine B. Freedberg Jill Fri Helen Garrett Nancy Barclay Graves

Marilou Hakuta Gloria Shaw Hamilton Carol F. Haythorne Anna Faith Jones Carol Kuehl Harriet T.J. Larsen Virginia MacLaury Millie Mailliard Virginia Mars Michele Mirabelli Marianne O’Brien Jennifer C. Owen Cynthia T. Redick Sylvia Ripley Arden Ruttenberg Sherry Stephenson Peggy Steuart Joy Vige Katha Lynn Walker Eulah Ward Ruthanna Weber

Honorary Member Robin L. Davisson

S PECIAL THANKS David Blum Carolyn Benesh Cissel Gott Collins Jo Anne and Libby Cooper Federal City Caterers Firehook Bakery Brenda Foster Shirlee Friedenberg Barbara Paris Gifford Bob Haiman Kathryn Horlick Jonathan Maltz Anne Mehringer and Terry Beaty Jane Milosch Twig Murray Diana N’Diaye

Suzanne Noonan Ann Peel Judy Lynn Prince Amy Eva Raehse Schneider’s of Capitol Hill Nancy Rose Senich Kathy Sommerkamp Stephanie Stebich Cindi Strauss

National Building Museum Chase Rynd, Director Chris Frame Russell Harris Terry Mcfarlane Daniel Stewart Jamee Telford

Smithsonian Institution Office of the Secretary Office of the General Counsel Danielle Fisher Katherine Tkac Office of Advancement Zully Dorr Jennifer Connolly Chris Willis The Smithsonian Associates Smithsonian Enterprises Michael Tuttle


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Smithsonian Craft Show CALL FOR ENTRIES 2020 Become a part of the 38th Smithsonian Craft Show. April 22–26, 2020 at the National Building Museum. Entries due September 7, 2019 $50

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Late entries September 21, 2019 $75 Apply online at SmithsonianCraftShow.org or contact the office at: swc@si.edu or 888-832-9554.


PRO G R AM PARTNERS Underwriter $500 Anonymous Sue and David Beddow Blain and Peg Butner Diane and Ron Eichner Gloria Shaw Hamilton Barbara Korman Millicent F. Mailliard Virginia Cretella Mars Twig Murray and Harry Mahon Michelle N. Tanaka Donor $250 Anonymous Anne-Lise Auclair-Jones Deon Woods Bell Lucy T. Bremner Elaine Cole Patricia Fiske Barbara L. Franklin Shirlee Friedenberg Linda and Mike Goldberg Ernie and Nancy Graves Trudi Bellardo Hahn Marilou Hakuta Anne B. Keiser Susan Linden Ginny and Bruce MacLaury Ethelyn Owen

Jinny and David Saylor Trudi and Allen Small Martha Spak Sheila Stampfli LT General (USA RET) and Mrs. Theodore G. Stroup Marion W. Turner Patti Vaughan Elsa B. Williams Supporter $125 Anonymous Beverly Baker Jane H. Battle Elizabeth Clagett Beck Christine and John Blazina Sharon Block Barbara Bonessa Susan Bradshaw Sally Guy Brown Valerie Burden Marie and Joe Canny Marianne T. Caulfield Grace Coleman Cissel Gott Collins Ruth Conant Susan Cooper Polly Coreth Winfield Crigler Ann Crittenden Mimi Cutler

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2019 EXHIBITORS

BENNETT BEAN

TIM ARNOLD

BRIAN BEAM

Nashville, TN tarnold131@aol.com

Brian Beam Pottery Fulton, MI bbpottery@aol.com www.brianbeampottery.com

Blairstown, NJ bennettbean@bennettbean.com www.bennettbean.com

CERAMICS

Booth 213

LUCREZIA BIELER

MARVIN BLACKMORE

Tallahassee, FL bieler@mac.com www.bieler-beerli.com

Blackmore Pottery Durango, CO blackmorepottery@gmail.com www.blackmorepottery.com

GAMZE BLAKEY & NALAN BOZKURT*

Saw Dust Co.

www.shakersawdust.com WOOD

Booth 202

PAPER

Booth 207

Booth 324

CERAMICS

CERAMICS

Howluu Alexandria, VA nalan@howluu.com www.howluu.com

Booth 127

WEARABLE ART

CORRY BLANC*

EBEN BLANEY

ANNA BOOTHE

Blanc Creatives Charlottesville, VA office@blanccreatives.com www.blanccreatives.com

Eben Blaney Fine Furniture Edgecomb, ME eben@ebenblaney.com www.ebenblaney.com

Zieglerville, PA anna@annaboothe.com www.annaboothe.com

METAL

FURNITURE

Booth 121

Booth 211

Booth 128

Booth 115

GLASS


JAMES BORDEN

CHRISTINA BOY*

GREGORY BURGARD*

Timeshapes Sibley, IA james@timeshapes.com www.timeshapes.com

Christina Boy Design Madison, VA christina.boy.design@gmail.com www.christinaboydesign.com

Gregory Burgard Art Glass Albuquerque, NM gregoryburgardartglass@gmail.com www.gregoryartglass.com

WOOD

FURNITURE

GLASS

Booth 406

Booth 210

Booth 204

EVAN CHAMBERS

BONGSANG CHO

Evan Chambers Objects Pasadena, CA evan@evanchambersobjects.com www.evanchambersobjects.com

Raleigh, NC bongsangcho@gmail.com www.bongsangcho.com

FURNITURE

MIXED MEDIA

Booth 302

Booth 131

Booth 209

JIYOUNG CHUNG

ANN MARIE CIANCIOLO

CONSTANCE COLLINS*

Providence, RI artloverjiyoung@yahoo.com www.jiyoungchung.com

Ann Marie Cianciolo Designs Milwaukee, WI ann@annsjewelry.com www.annsjewelry.com

constance Indianapolis, IN constance@constancewcollins. com www.constancewcollins.com

JOHN CAMERON John Cameron Cabinetmaker Gloucester, MA jc.cabinetmaker@verizon.net www.johncameroncabinetmaker.com

PAPER

Booth 206

JEWELRY

Booth 117

JEWELRY

WEARABLE ART

Booth 313

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IGNATIUS CREEGAN & ROD GIVENS Ignatius Hats Petersburg, VA ignatiushats@gmail.com www.ignatiushats.com

RACHEL DAVID*

MICHAEL DICKEY

Red Metal New Orleans, LA info@redmetal.net www.redmetal.net

Brooklyn, NY miketdickey@yahoo.com www.michaeldickeyart.com

METAL

Booth 135

WEARABLE ART

Booth 335

Booth 112

CERAMICS

SEAN DONLON*

TENISHA DOTSTRY*

TOM DUMKE

Donlon Design Studios Richmond, VA sean@donlondesign.com www.sdonlon.com

Ten Dots Textiles Washington, DC tendotspot@gmail.com www.tendotstextiles.com

Thomas William Furniture Oconomowoc, WI thomaswilliamfurniture@gmail.com www.thomaswilliamfurniture.com

GLASS

BASKETRY

FURNITURE

SHAYA DURBIN*

LEAH EVANS

ROBERT FARRELL

Shaya Durbin Jewelry Seattle, WA shaya@shayadurbin.com www.shayadurbin.com

Leah Evans Textile Work Madison, WI mordicai77@yahoo.com www.leahevanstextiles.com

Venice, FL robert@farrellsilver.com www.farrellsilver.com

JEWELRY

DECORATIVE FIBER

Booth 124

Booth 225

Booth 336

Booth 301

Booth 230

Booth 506

METAL


MELISSA FINELLI* Melle Finelli Jewelry Boston, MA mellefinellijewelry@gmail.com www.mellefinellijewelry.com

JEWELRY

CECILIA FRITTELLI & RICHARD LOCKWOOD Frittelli & Lockwood Saratoga Springs, NY fritlock@verizon.net www.fritelli-lockwood.com

PHIL GAUTREAU* Phil Gautreau Wood Design Brooklyn, NY philgautreau@me.com www.philgautreau.net

WOOD

Booth 107

WEARABLE ART

JOHN GECI*

CARRIE GEORGE*

BETSY GROB GIBERSON

Geci/Martin Studios Bakersville, NC jgeciglass@gmail.com www.jgeciglass.com

Carrie George Leather Co. Rochester, NY carriegeorgehandbags@gmail.com www.carriegeorgeleather.com

Betsy Giberson Textiles Warner, NH betsygrob@tds.net

GLASS

LEATHER

Booth 109

ANASTASSIA GONYE*

ROB GREENE

JOHN GUERTIN*

Tuff Kookooshka Cataumet, MA kookooshkakids@gmail.com www.kookooshka.com

Marshfield, VT robng@aol.com www.robgreenejewelry.com

Barns Into Birdhouses Grand Rapids, MI johnguertin@hotmail.com www.barnsintobirdhouses.com

WEARABLE ART

Booth 504

Booth 232

Booth 405

Booth 503

Booth 120A

JEWELRY

Booth 333

WEARABLE ART

WOOD

Booth 502 29


CARRIE GUSTAFSON

SARAH HASSLER*

BARBARA HEINRICH

Arlington, MA carrie.gustafson@gmail.com www.carriegustafson.com

San Francisco, CA sarahjhassler1@gmail.com www.sjhassler.com

GLASS

JEWELRY

Barbara Heinrich Studio Pittsford, NY info@barbaraheinrichstudio.com www.barbaraheinrichstudio.com

Booth 306

Booth 105

JEWELRY

Booth 309

STEVEN HILL

CHIE HITCHNER

BRANDON HOLSCHUH

Steven Hill Pottery Independence, MO sahill@me.com www.stevenhillpottery.com

Chie Hitchner Textile Art Montgomery, AL chie522@gmail.com www.chiehitchner.com

Mentor, OH brandon@brandonholschuh.com www.brandonholschuh.com

CERAMICS

DECORATIVE FIBER

Booth 316

Booth 126

Booth 106

JEWELRY

MARY JACKSON

MARY JAEGER

NICARIO JIMENEZ

Sweetgrass Baskets Charleston, SC 843-852-0404

Design in Textiles by Mary Jaeger Brooklyn, NY mary@maryjaeger.com www.maryjaeger.com

Artist of the Andes Naples, FL nicarioj@gmail.com www.retablosnicario.com

WEARABLE ART

MIXED MEDIA

BASKETRY

Booth 201

Booth 400

Booth 315


ANNA JOHNSON*

ZACK JONAS

BILL JONES*

Anna Johnson Jewelry Asheville, NC annajohnsonjewelry@gmail.com www.annajohnsonjewelry.com

Jonas Blade & Metalworks Wilmot, NH zack@jonasblade.com www.jonasblade.com

Bill Jones Pottery Greensboro, NC billjonespottery@gmail.com www.billjonespottery.com

JEWELRY

MIXED MEDIA

CERAMICS

AUDREY JUNG

CLAIRE KELLY

DAVE KIM*

Audrey Modern San Francisco, CA audreymodern@gmail.com www.audreymodern.com

Claire Kelly Glass Pawtucket, RI clairekellyglass@gmail.com www.ClaireKellyGlass.com

Dave Kim the Potter Providence, RI davekimthepotter@gmail.com www.davekimthepotter.com

WEARABLE ART

GLASS

CERAMICS

TAI & TIARA KIM*

JUDITH KINGHORN

MIMI KIRCHNER

Edison, NJ taiandtiara@gmail.com www.taiandtiara.com

Minneapolis, MN judith@judithkinghorn.com www.judithkinghorn.com

Arlington, MA mimik@pobox.com www.mimikirchner.com

JEWELRY

JEWELRY

DECORATIVE FIBER

Booth 224

Booth 102

Booth 125

Booth 214

Booth 235

Booth 221

Booth 205

Booth 223

Booth 123

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LYNDA LADWIG

Lynda Ladwig Ceramics Lafayette, CO lrl@opastudio.com www.lyndaladwigceramics.com

CERAMICS

Booth 305

MARK LAUB*

TRACY LEBENZON*

Mark Laub Studios Oak Grove, MN marklaubstudios@gmail.com www.marklaub.com

Lebenzon Paintbrushes Seattle, WA tracy@Lebenzon-Paintbrushes.com www.lebenzon-paintbrushes.com

FURNITURE

MIXED MEDIA

Booth 327

Booth 328

CLIFF LEE

JEONG JU LEE

NICK LEONOFF

Stevens, PA cliff@cliffleeporcelain.com www.cliffleeporcelain.com

Rochester, NY heyjeong@gmail.com www.jeongjulee.com

CERAMICS

JEWELRY

Leonoff Studios Inc. Carmel Valley, CA nick@nickleonoff.com www.nickleonoff.com

Booth 402

GLASS

ROY LIVINGSTON*

SHARON LONDON*

Roix Design Louisville, KY roixdesign@gmail.com www.roixdesign.com

Sharon London Designs Saugerties, NY sharonlondondesigns@gmail.com www.sharonlondon.com

JORGELINA LOPEZ & MARCO DUENAS*

FURNITURE

WEARABLE ART

Booth 216

Booth 101

Booth 100

Booth 325

La Loupe Design Baltimore, MD laloupedesign@gmail.com www.laloupedesign.com

MIXED MEDIA

Booth 334


KATHERINE MALONEY*

LAUREN MARKLEY

THOMAS MARRINSON

Katherine Maloney Ceramics Cologne, VA kmaloneyceramics@gmail.com www.katherinemaloney.org

Raleigh, NC laurenmarkleyjewelry@gmail.com www.laurenmarkleyjewelry.com

Thomas Marrinson Studio Hinesburg, VT tmarrinsonstudio@icloud.com www.tmbowls.com

CERAMICS

Booth 134

Booth 132

JEWELRY

CERAMICS

Booth 329

KELLY MARSHALL

COURTNEY MARTIN

JOHN MCCONNICO*

Custom Woven Interiors Minneapolis, MN cwi@kellymarshall.com www.kellymarshall.com

Geci/Martin Studios Bakersville, NC courtneypots@gmail.com www.courtneymartinpottery.com

Bespoke Watch Projects Oakland, CA time@bespokewatchprojects.com www.bespokewatchprojects.com

DECORATIVE FIBER

CERAMICS

WEARABLE ART

BOB MCNALLY

ERNEST MILLER

CLAUDIA MILLS

McNally Strumstick Rockaway, NJ info@strumstick.com www.strumstick.com

Ernest Miller Ceramics Minneapolis, MN emillerceramics@gmail.com www.ernestmiller.com

Claudia Mills Studio Philadelphia, PA info@claudiamills.com www.claudiamills.com

WOOD

CERAMICS

DECORATIVE FIBER

Booth 307

Booth 322

Booth 234

Booth 103

Booth 118

Booth 323

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HOLLY ANNE MITCHELL

HIDEAKI MIYAMURA

Indianapolis, IN www.newspaperjewelry.com

Hampton Falls, NH miyamurastudio@yahoo.com www.miyamurastudio.com

JEWELRY

Booth 122

CERAMICS

PAUL MONFREDO & NANCY MCCORMICK Seal Harbor, ME monfredo.mccormick@gmail.com www.gildedimagesofmaine.com

Booth 108

FURNITURE

Booth 321

CARLOS MONTANARO*

VICTORIA MOORE

KAREN MORRIS

Rewind Indio, CA carlosslightly@gmail.com www.rewindjewelry.com

Bellefonte, PA victoria.vicfire@gmail.com www.victoriamoore.net

Karen Morris Millinery Roseville, MN info@kmhats.com www.kmhats.com

JEWELRY

Booth 212

WEARABLE ART

CAROLYN MORRIS BACH

BARRY NEWSTAT

AMY NGUYEN

Carolina, RI carolynbach@aol.com www.carolynmorrisbach.com

Barry Newstat Furniture Western Springs, IL barry@barrynewstatfurniture.com www.barrynewstatfurniture.com

Boston, MA amy@amynguyentextiles.com www.amynguyentextiles.com

FURNITURE

Booth 215

Booth 326

JEWELRY

Booth 505

JEWELRY

Booth 311

Booth 119

WEARABLE ART


MINA NORTON

JENNIFER NUNNELEE*

LINDSAY OESTERRITTER*

New York, NY minanorton@gmail.com

Lakestone Jewelry Elko New Market, MN lakestonejewelry@yahoo.com www.lakestonejewelry.com

Lindsay Oesterritter Ceramics Manassas, VA Loceramics@gmail.com www.Loceramics.com

JEWELRY

CERAMICS

WEARABLE ART

Booth 110

Booth 231

Booth 337

IRINA OKULA

SEUNG JEON PAIK

GILLIAN PARKE*

CLAY SHARDS Ipswich, MA irina@clayshards.com www.clayshards.com

Annandale, VA sepaik20@gmail.com www.sjpaikstudio.com

Parke Ceramics Durham, NC info@gillianparke.com www.gillianparke.com

CERAMICS

Booth 111

CERAMICS

ROBERT PATTERSON

URSULA PERRY*

PETER PETROCHKO

Milton, GA r@rpatterson.com www.rpatterson.com

Woodstock Mobiles Shokan, NY urscheffel@gmail.com www.woodstockmobiles.com

Oxford, CT ppetrochko@earthlink www.peterpetrochko.com

METAL

Booth 130

Booth 320

WOOD

Booth 133

JEWELRY

Booth 507

Booth 317

WOOD

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DEBORAH POLONOFF*

Polonova Portland, OR dpol@teleport.com www.polonova.com

WEARABLE ART

Booth 229

MICHAEL QUATTROCIOCCHI* HANNAH REGIER * Quatrociocchi Imaginative Fine Woodworking Milford, DE www.quattrociocchiwoodwork.com

Sky Like Snow Athens, VT skylikesnow@gmail.com www.skylikesnow.com

WOOD

WEARABLE ART

Booth 233

Booth 401

MEA RHEE

DANIEL RICKEY*

MEGHAN RILEY

Good Elephant Pottery Silver Spring, MD mea@goodelephant.com www.goodelephant.com

Daniel Rickey Furniture Richmond, VA danielrickey@gmail.com www.danielrickeyfurniture.com

Meghan Patrice Riley Brooklyn, NY info@meghanpatriceriley.com www.meghanpatriceriley.com

CERAMICS

FURNITURE

JEWELRY

BIBA SCHUTZ

MIKE SHULER

JOSH SIMPSON

New York, NY bibaschutz@gmail.com www.bibaschutz.com

Santa Cruz, CA mike@mikeshuler.com www.mikeshuler.com

JEWELRY

WOOD

Josh Simpson Glass Shelburne Falls, MA joshsimpson@megaplanet.com www.megaplanet.com

Booth 114

Booth 227

Booth 228

Booth 330

Booth 404

GLASS

Booth 318


BOYD SUGIKI & LISA ZERKOWITZ

TAMRA M. THOMAS-GENTRY*

Two Tone Studios Seattle, WA info@twotonestudios.com www.twotonestudios.com

Intruse Studio of Contemporary Fine Craft, Elgin, IL hello@intrusefinecraft.com www.intrusefinecraft.com

Booth 208

GLASS

JEWELRY

JOY STEMBER Joy Stember Metal Arts Studio Abington, PA joy@joystember.com www.joystember.com

METAL

Booth 136

Booth 319

SARA THOMPSON

THOMAS THROOP

HOLLY TORNHEIM

Vineyard Haven, MA sara.metalsmith@gmail.com www.sara-thompson-metalsmith. com

Black Creek Designs, LLC New Canaan, CT tom@blackcreekdesigns.com www.blackcreekdesigns.com

Nevada City, CA htornheim@me.com www.hollytornheim.com

METAL

FURNITURE

Booth 304

KENT TOWNSEND*

JULIA TURNER

DONNA VEVERKA

Kent Townsend Fine Furniture Salida, CO kent@kenttownsend.com www.kenttownsend.com

San Francisco, CA julia@juliaturner.com www.juliaturner.com

Donna Veverka Jewelry Boston, MA donna@donnavjewelry.com www.donnavjewelry.com

FURNITURE

Booth 129

Booth 113

Booth 500

Booth 310

JEWELRY

WOOD

JEWELRY

Booth 203 37


JERILYN VIRDEN

KIWON WANG

STACEY WEBBER*

Borealis Studios Greensboro, VT info@borealisstudios.com www.borealisstudios.com

New York, NY kiwonwang@aol.com www.kiwonwang.net

Philadelphia, PA info@staceyleewebber.com www.staceyleewebber.com

CERAMICS

JEWELRY

Booth 303

JEWELRY/METAL

JESSICA WEISS*

JIM WHALEN

MICK WHITCOMB*

Knoxville, TN jessica@jessicaweissjewelry.com www.jessicaweissjewelry.com

Paradox Pottery Horse Shoe, NC paradoxpottery@gmail.com paradoxpottery.com

Nomad World Products LLC Springfield, MO mick.whitcomb@gmail.com www.artifactsbynomad.com

Booth 104

CERAMICS

FURNITURE

ROBERTA & DAVID WILLIAMSON

DAVID WINIGRAD*

LAURA WOOD*

Contemporary Whirligigs Penn Valley, PA davidwinigrad@gmail.com www.whirligigcraft.com

Penland, NC laurawoodstudios@gmail.com www.laurawoodstudios.com

MIXED MEDIA

Booth 312

Booth 403

JEWELRY

Williamson Berea, OH pawgu@aol.com

JEWELRY

Booth 120

Booth 314

Booth 116

Booth 236

Booth 222

JEWELRY


GENEVIEVE YANG*

JEAN YAO*

MUFFY YOUNG

Mill Valley, CA genevieve@genevieveyang.com www.genevieveyang.com

Jean Yao - Basket Art Ft. Lauderdale, FL jean33308@aol.com

JEWELRY

BASKETRY

Muffy Young Handweaving Waltham, MA weaver@muffyyoung.com www.muffyyoung.com

Booth 331

Booth 308

WEARABLE ART

Booth 226

THANK YOU TO THE ARTISTS

STEPHEN & TAMBERLAINE ZEH Temple, ME szeh@stephenzeh.com www.stephenzeh.com

BASKETRY

Booth 332

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YOU’RE INVITED JAMES RENWICK ALLIANCE

SPRING CRAFT WEEKEND APRIL 26-28

2019

CELEBRATING AMERICAN

CRAFT

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Proudly supporting the Smithsonian Craft Show and the great work of the Smithsonian Women’s Committee since 1999.

ZOOFARI

A BENEFIT FOR WILDLIFE

B ITE NIGHT

sponsored by GEICO ®

D.C.’s longest-running restaurant tasting event returns. Journey to the Zoo for a night of animals, entertainment, and the best gourmet bites in the city. Enjoy an exquisite evening while suppor ting the Smithsonian’s work to save endangered animals around the world.

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FRIENDS OF THE NATIONAL ZOO MEMBERS ENJOY SPECIAL PRICING.

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Your craft is showing! Congratulations to the talented artists of the 2019 Smithsonian Craft Show.

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wear your art

Smithsonian

A pop-up sale of fabulous jewelry and fashion by over 60 designers to benefit the Smithsonian October 3–5, 2019

National Building Museum Washington, DC Opening Night Thursday, October 3

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Presented by the Smithsonian Women’s Committee


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CERAMICS Ernest Miller Hideaki Miyamura Mea Rhee Steven Hill Marvin Blackmore Katherine Maloney* Michael Dickey Bill Jones* Bennett Bean Cliff Lee Dave Kim* Courtney Martin Lynda Ladwig Jim Whalen Gillian Parke* Irina Okula Brian Beam Thomas Marrinson

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DECORATIVE FIBER Chie Hitchner Mimi Kirchner Leah Evans Kelly Marshall Claudia Mills

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GLASS Anna Boothe Boyd Sugiki & Lisa Zerkowitz Gregory Burgard* Sean Donlon* John Geci* Claire Kelly Carrie Gustafson Josh Simpson Nick Leonoff

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JEWELRY Jessica Weiss* Sarah Hassler* Melissa Finelli* Seung Jeon Paik Ann Marie Cianciolo Roberta & David Williamson Savannah College of Art and Design Holly Anne Mitchell Tai & Tiara Kim* Julia Turner Lauren Markley Donna Veverka Bongsang Cho

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Sara Thompson Robert Farrell Joy Stember

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SMITHSONIAN Craft Show 2019

Marvin Blackmore Pottery A goal to create the most intricate hand-etched pottery in the world.

blackmorepottery.com blackmorepottery@gmail.com (970) 759-5814

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Smithsonian Craft Show 2019 Program  

Complete program for the juried Smithsonian Craft Show, an annual presentation of the Smithsonian Women's Committee. Featuring all exhibitor...

Smithsonian Craft Show 2019 Program  

Complete program for the juried Smithsonian Craft Show, an annual presentation of the Smithsonian Women's Committee. Featuring all exhibitor...

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