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Museum of Contemporary Craft

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Museum of Contemporary Craft
724 NW Davis Street
Portland, Oregon 97209
Venue Type: Museum

Country:
united states



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> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.museumofcontemporarycraft.org
EMAIL:  
info@MuseumOfContemporaryCraft.org
OPEN HOURS:  
Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am–6 pm
PHONE:  
503.223.2654
FAX:  
503.223.0190
GALLERY TYPE:  
Contemporary
COST:  
General: $4, Students (13+): $3, Seniors (62+): $3, Free admission to: Children 12 and under
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DESCRIPTION

Founded in 1937, Museum of Contemporary Craft (MoCC) in partnership with Pacific Northwest College of Art is a vibrant center for investigation and dialogue that helps expand the definition and exploration of craft. Through dynamic exhibitions and provocative public programming, supported by the Museum’s collection and archives, the Museum advances the conversation on the role of craft and design in contemporary culture while at the same time honoring the history of the studio craft movement.

The Exhibition Galleries, 4500 square feet on two floors, at any time feature multiple exhibitions that look to the present, future and past of craft through the focused viewpoint of today. Along with featuring some of the leading contemporary national and international artists, exhibitions frequently draw from the rich archives of the MoCC collection, a public legacy of over 1000 objects that documents the active role of both the Museum and the Pacific Northwest in the evolution of craft over the last seven decades.

In addition to the exhibitions on view, the MoCC experience is complemented by The Gallery at Museum of Contemporary Craft—one of the primary destinations in the Pacific Northwest for purchasing exceptional contemporary crafts. The Gallery represents craft artists from across the nation working in ceramics, glass, wood, metal, fiber and mixed media. Gallery artists routinely visit the Museum for public gallery talks and hands on demonstrations.


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