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Tuesday, 13 July 2010 18:44

American Craft Today seeks submissions for juried show

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Craft artists are invited to submit digital images of their work by July 19 to be considered for inclusion in The Bascom’s juried exhibition “American Craft Today.” This national competition and exhibition will feature original works in all craft media: ceramics, metal, wood, glass, fiber, book arts, etc. Cash awards will be made for various categories including best in show.

This year’s juror, Carol Sauvion, will select some 40-50 handcrafted works for inclusion in the exhibition taking place from Oct. 2–Dec. 18 in The Bascom’s main gallery in Highlands.

Carol Sauvion is executive producer of the Peabody Award-winning and Emmy-nominated “Craft in America” PBS television series, as well as creator and director of Craft in America Inc., a nonprofit odedicated to presenting the history, practitioners and techniques of craft in the United States and their impact on our nation’s cultural heritage.

Guidelines available at www.thebascom.org/exhibitions.

Visit www.thebascom.org or call 828.526.4949.

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