Construction Advisory – Fuller Craft Museum is getting a new roof and HVAC! But it’s causing some disruption –

From 6/18-7/1: The Museum will be closed to public visitation. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Thank you for bearing with us as we make these important improvements to visitor experience. If you have questions, please call 508-588-6000 for more information.

Small Wonders: Beauty, Alchemy, and the Art of Enameling

Small Wonders: Beauty, Alchemy, and the Art of Enameling

Fuller Craft Museum is the recent recipient of stellar examples of enamel arts, gifted from the Enamel Arts Foundation Collection as part of their national initiative to increase access to this extraordinary genre of contemporary craft. These acquisitions represent a...
Brockton Youth Creates 2024

Brockton Youth Creates 2024

July 13 – October 13 View the creativity and artistic excellence of Brockton High School students as part of the Fuller Craft Museum’s biennial. With pieces representing all grade levels, this group of work highlights the power of young voices, celebrating their...
Hand in Hand: Works from the Fleur S. Bresler Collection

Hand in Hand: Works from the Fleur S. Bresler Collection

Hand in Hand: Works from the Fleur S. Bresler Collection presents the recent donation of craft objects gifted to Fuller Craft Museum by philanthropist Fleur S. Bresler. Bresler, an avid and longtime collector of contemporary craft, has assembled one of the most...
Tiny Pricks Project: Desperate Times, Creative Measures

Tiny Pricks Project: Desperate Times, Creative Measures

The exhibition Tiny Pricks Project: Desperate Times, Creative Measures celebrates the remarkable global public art project initiated and curated by artist Diana Weymar. In 2018, Weymar embarked on a transformative journey by stitching the infamous words of former...
Waste Not, Want Not: Craft in the Anthropocene

Waste Not, Want Not: Craft in the Anthropocene

Waste Not, Want Not: Craft in the Anthropocene brings together contemporary artworks created from previously existent materials to reimagine craft in the shadow of the twenty-first century. Utilizing second-hand discards or industrially manufactured materials, artists...