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Early Newcomb Pottery

From the Barbara and Henry Fuldner Collection

On view in the Log House during all tours.

Saturday, May 7 through Sunday, November 6, 2016

 

This exhibition of 25+ pieces of fine early Newcomb Pottery is a loan to The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms from the private collection of a direct descendant of Gustav Stickley. Most of the works included have never been publicly exhibited before now. The rich interior of Gustav Stickley’s own home will be the setting to showcase these important objects, allowing connections to be drawn between these two important contemporaneous Arts and Crafts enterprises.    

 

This is a companion show to Women, Art and Social Change: The Newcomb Pottery Enterprise, prepared jointly by The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service and the Newcomb Galley at Tulane University, which is scheduled to be on display at the Princeton University Art Museum May 7 – July 6, 2016.

 

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Historic Beacon HillCourtesy of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau

Farms Afield: Boston

 Wednesday to Saturday, July 27 - 30, 2016

 Member Exclusive.

 Participants will meet in Boston.

 Trip fees to include hotel, all planned activities, and 5 meals.

 Transportation to Boston is not included.

 Advance registration required.

 

Save the date for our 2016 Farms Afield trip to Boston, "home base" of the early Arts and Crafts movement in America!

 

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Special guest, David Rago, the founder of Style 1900 magazine and of the Rago Arts and Auction Center, will join Mark Weaver for a conversation exploring the magazine’s history and the editorial approach that established it as a guide to living and learning about the Arts and Crafts lifestyle.

26 June 2016

 

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