Fuller Craft Museum is a place where craft is explored by considering the materials, techniques, and artistic expression that challenge the perception of craft, while honoring the achievements of the past.
The collection of contemporary craft is rooted in functional objects dating back roughly to the end of World War II. Makers who work primarily with their hands in materials that are tactile and familiar (wood, metal, glass, ceramics, and fiber) stretch the boundaries of these functional everyday objects into the conceptual, the personal, and wildly imaginative studio craft scene.
A history of American basketry from its functional origins to contemporary fine art
Male weavers and female wood turners
33+ works explore mental illness's impact on society and art's wide ranging benefits
Handmade hats and the stories and spirit of those who knitted, crocheted, sewed, and marched
Celebrating the life and legacy of a Benedictine monk
Large-scale installation that speaks to the value of “play”
Middle school student artwork