Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Fuller Craft Museum is closed to the public. The online shop is closed. Workshops and other programming are canceled through June 30.

Connect With Us Online #CraftSustainsUs

We hope you’re in good health and finding moments for self-care and creativity. During these difficult times, we recognize that art provides comfort and inspiration, and we’re pleased to offer the following ways to connect with craft without leaving home. Also, don’t forget to watch our social media channels for even more ways to stay in touch with Fuller Craft.

 

View Our Virtual Exhibitions

Though Fuller Craft is currently closed, view the craft in our galleries through our virtual exhibitions.
Click here to see Striking Gold: Fuller at Fifty
This landmark show, which opened at Fuller Craft in September 2019, features 57 artists, 84 gleaming objects, and rich educational content that you can now experience from the comfort of your home on Flickr.

Click here to see Human Impact: Stories of the Opioid Epidemic.

 


Join our Zoom Craft Chat

Join us to discuss craft with some of our favorite artists.  We’ll talk about their participation in a Fuller Craft exhibition or about a new process or material they’re exploring. Perhaps we’ll see them demonstrate a project that you can try at home.

The next Craft Chat is Wednesday, May 6 at 2:00 pm with Jodi Colella and Merill Comeau.
Click here to learn more.

See our previous Craft Chat with textile designer Suzanne Watzman.

 

Connect With Craft, Share Your Creations with Us!

#FindTheMakerInYou
If you are a current or past student of Fuller Craft, we would love to see what you made during classes at the museum. Fuller Craft is opening our social community to share your creativity and stories. Send pictures of your artwork to Sage Brousseau at sbrousseau@fullercraft.org  Click here to learn more.

 

Color Our Collection

Fuller Craft Museum makes it easy to color select works from the permanent collection.

Click here to download your coloring pages.
Download, print, color, and share the images on your social media (tag us please @fullercraft).
After you create your own interpretation of a piece, you can search for the actual object in the digital archives on the Fuller Craft website.

 

Discover Our Digital Archives #KeywordCRAFT

Check out the Fuller Craft Museum digital archive. Explore hundreds of works in our permanent collection.
Click here to access our digital archive.
Use the Keyword Search to discover similarities by media, artist, and subject matter that may surprise you.

 

 

Know Your Artists

As part of our Know Your Artist campaign, peer into the worlds and minds of international artists who are part of Fuller Craft Museum’s collections. Watch our social media feeds to learn more about the artists.

 

 

Craft Resources to Connect Online.

To keep you informed of online resources that may be useful during this time, we’ve included a few links below that may be helpful to artists and members.

Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF)
https://cerfplus.org/get-relief/apply-for-help/craft-emergency-relief-fund/eligibility/

Masks for Humanity
https://masks4humanity.org/

Grants and Resources for Artists and Nonprofits
https://www.wbur.org/artery/2020/03/24/grants-funds-resources-artists-nonprofits-covid-19-coronavirus?utm_campaign=COVID-19&utm_content=125226897&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin&hss_channel=lcp-1113796

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