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

From 6/18-6/24: 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.

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Pressroom

For all press inquiries please contact Communications Manager, Caitlin Burton, at cburton@fullercraft.org

Fuller Craft Museum Freedom of Speech Commitment

Freedom of speech is the foundation of our communities and our nation. The works Fuller Craft Museum exhibits may awe, illuminate, challenge, unsettle, confound, provoke, and, at times, offend. We defend the freedom to create content and to exhibit such work anywhere in the world, and we recognize the privilege of living in a country where creating, exhibiting, and experiencing such work is a constitutional right. To exhibit works of art is not to endorse the work or the vision, ideas, and opinions of the artist. It is to uphold the right of all to experience diverse visions and perspectives. If and when controversies arise from the exhibition of an artwork, we welcome public discussion and debate with the belief that such discussion is integral to the experience of the art. Consistent with our fundamental commitment to freedom of speech, however, we will not censor exhibitions in response to political or ideological pressure.

Abridged Style & Branding Guide for Fuller Craft Museum

Dear Colleagues in the press, please click here to access an abridged style guide for writing about specific terms relating to Fuller Craft Museum and the contemporary craft field. Thank you.

Boston Globe Permission Statement

Fuller Craft Museum gives permission to the Boston Globe (in both its paper and online editions, without restrictions) to use any images we have posted here in our Pressroom and/or attached (or linked) to our press releases.