Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
September 18 - January 3, 2016
An exhibition of new works by Arizona-based artist Ann Morton. Using large-scale installations, Morton explores the relationship between printed news and handcrafted objects. The project includes two community-sourced components.
A family event where you can learn about the art of woodworking. There will be crafts and food!
An exhibition of works that illustrate the plight of elephants by way of the illegal ivory trade. Utilizing installation, Maruyama creates shrine-like objects that recall the...Read More
Meet fiber artist Rena Wood and hear about her work.
An exhibition featuring craft objects made from wood, ceramic and fiber, providing a wide perspective on innovation and experimentation in modern and contemporary craft. Includes...Read More
An outdoor exhibition of site-specific ceramic works made by Glassell School of Art student artists include Mary Aldrich, Loes Berendschot, Nell Gottlieb, Renee LeBlanc, Michelle...Read More
An exhibition celebrating five decades of the Jewelry and Enamel program at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston’s Glassell School of Art, featuring jewelry objects...Read More
An artist chat with sculptor Jeff Forster–head of ceramics at the Glassell School of Art and former HCCC resident artist– about his process and aesthetics.
The 13 artists featured in this juried group show use the endless possibilities of clay to explore the concept of nourishment.
An exhibition exploring the relationship between craft and dining, and challenging notions of functionality, status, and aesthetics. Wood, glass, ceramics, fiber, metal, and mixed media...Read More
An installation in which contemporary ceramic artist Kelly O’Briant elevates everyday objects and subtly captures a sense of intimacy between utilitarian objects and their users.
Two Houston-based artists will discuss their work and demonstrate their signature techniques. Jason Kishell will show his draftsmanship as he transforms ceramics into objects of...Read More
A two-week-long exhibit of work created by Fall 2014 resident artists, Natasha Hovey, Jera Rose Petal Lodge, Alexis Myre, Collette Spears and Rena Wood. The...Read More
The eighth in a series of biennial juried exhibitions showcasing the best in Texas-made contemporary craft. Featuring 49 works by 44 Texas artists. This year’s...Read More
A solo exhibition by the Houston metalsmith and educator – the fifth artist to be featured in the Masters Series.
An international exhibition of contemporary jewelry in which 90 artists from the U.S., Mexico, Europe, Australia, and Latin America explore the underlying currents of the...Read More
Work by three artists who use the mathematics, science, and aesthetics of the planet’s waters and terrains.
A trunk show with the Iowa City artist. Trunk show continues March 29, 11:00 AM – 4:00 pm and March 30, 1:00 – 4:00 pm.
Working from traditional materials and techniques, McHorse’s vessel-based art blends pottery and sculpture. This is the Navajo artist’s first traveling exhibition.
Through handmade books, jewelry, quilts, and clothing, Mavromatis and Clark use the cyanotype process to expose the memories and associations assigned to personal possessions. A participating...Read More
The final talk in a series of speaking events to provide a forum for Houston’s dialogue on urban development. Schneider is the founder of Hear...Read More
Kat Cole, Laritza Garcia, Tara Locklear and Chesley Williams construct objects of adornment that use found elements and other non-precious materials.
See one of six speaking events on urban development. Held in conjunction with the SPRAWL exhibition the series features a variety speakers.
With its soaring expressways and seemingly endless geography, little defines Houston in the public consciousness more than urban sprawl. This fall, Houston Center for Contemporary...Read More
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft presents The Ornamental Plumb Bob, a solo exhibition of objects and brooches by San Antonio metalsmith, Gary Schott. Stemming from...Read More
Recent economic reports speculate that a third industrial revolution, shaped by digital technologies, is underway. This summer, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft investigates the implications...Read More
The Tool at Hand features artists in varying stages of their careers who come from both the U.S. and the U.K. Working in a variety...Read More
Artists Clare Finin, Rebecca Drolen, Robert Thomas Mullen and Deme Wolfe-Power have created distinctive works that pay homage to the rich history of memento mori...Read More
Artists Clare Finin, Rebecca Drolen, Robert Thomas Mullen and Deme Wolfe-Power investigate memory and remembrance in works that pay homage to memento mori objects with the...Read More
Showcases the high concentration of talent in the Houston/Southeast Texas area. a Artist talks on February 23, at 3:00 PM.
Drawing from women’s fashions from bygone eras–including Amish bonnets from her childhood adventures in Pennsylvania and her grandmother’s circa-1930s hat collection–artist Janice Jakielski has created...Read More
Organized by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA), the Biennial is one of the most important surveys of contemporary ceramic art...Read More
Jakielski is a visiting artist at Alberta College of Art & Design.