Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
September 2 - January 15, 2017
An exhibition exploring the intersection of craft and food in contemporary culture. The show features works by Celia Butler, Kazuki Guzmán, Joshua Kosker, Aurélie Mathigot, Yuka Otani, and Rachel Shimpock and is organized by HCCC Curatorial Fellow, Sarah Darro.
Leigh Navarro presents contemporary jewelry in the exhibition The Color of Enamel: New Work by Leighelena in the Artist Hall of HCCC. Her finished enamel...Read More
This fall, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft presents, CraftTexas 2010, the sixth in a series of juried exhibitions showcasing the best in Texas-made contemporary craft....Read More
Stop by the Artist Hall at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft to see an exhibition of handcrafted dolls made by members of the Texas Association...Read More
Head on over to Houston Center for Contemporary Craft for The Paper Runway! This juried exhibition of nearly 50 stunning works of paper clothing and...Read More
Five contemporary ceramists are highlighted in the new exhibition, Naked on view in the small gallery of Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. Working in all-white...Read More
Texas-born sculptor Michael Peterson brings us over thirty wood sculptures, inspired by the geographic environment of the Pacific Northwest. Evolution/Revolution is organized by Bellevue Arts...Read More
Stretch is a juried exhibition of work by the local artist group, ClayHouston. HCCC’s Curator of Fine Craft, Gwynne Rukenbrod asked these ceramic artists to...Read More
Don’t miss eXtreme Tea, also on view at HCCC until March 21.
28 international jewelry artists showcase their wares made from latex, legos, pearls and precious metals. From feisty to fancy, curator Susan Sloan brings together a...Read More
"rock, scissors, paper features the work of five artists (from the U.S., England, and Taiwan) who use commercially printed found paper in their work. From...Read More
The full title of this show is actually Celebrating Our Creative Spirit: Texas Federation of Fiber Artists. According to the press release, over 90 pieces...Read More
Jewelry and metal art from a longtime professor of metal arts at UT El Paso.
"Unknitting: Challenging Textile Traditions (in the small gallery) highlights the work of four artists who are advancing and questioning established textile traditions: Adrian Esparza, from...Read More
"Challenge VII: dysFUNctional (in the large gallery) showcases contemporary wood art, sculpture, photos, installation art, and videos and that subvert and satirize function. Artists from...Read More
Featured artists include Beth Beede, a felt maker from Northampton, Massachusetts; Juliellen Byrne, a ceramist from Columbus, Ohio; Tod Pardon, an enamellist and mixed-media artist...Read More
Hot Glass, Cool Collections presents more than 60 works from 12 of Houston’s best private glass collections. In the small gallery check out Environments =...Read More
This is actually a twofer. HCCC presents not only 58 years of work by Warren MacKenzie in Legacy of an American Potter, but also Inspired:...Read More
Meet HCCC’s current Artists-in-Residence (AIRs) Jay Calder, Barbara Kile, Kim Ritter, John Paul, Van Domelen, and Lynn Williams.
Get out there and meet HCCC’s 2007 Artists-in-Residence (AIRs) Tara Conley, Jessica Jacobi, Deborah Kirkpatrick, Lauren McEntire, Greg Rubio, Carole Smith, Colleen Toledano, and Lotus...Read More
Check out the best in Texas-made contemporary craft. This years picks were selected by Kate Bonansinga, Harlan Butt, Jane Sauer.
This multi-city tour is comprised of not only the traveling exhibition, but also a Web site and three-part PBS special. Also check out Spring 2008...Read More
Organized by The Israel Museum in Jerusalem and the Racine Art Museum in Wisconsin, Women
Open studios with current HCCC residents Tara Conley, Deborah Kirkpatrick, Greg Rubio, Carole Smith and Lotus Witt!!
Sara and David Lieberman have assembled one of the best collections of contemporary baskets in the country with an emphasis on highly textural, colorful and...Read More
Like a good find in junk shop, the Craft Center transforms itself with a range of works created with detergent bottles, pistachio shells, tin cans,...Read More
Hickok has a great sense of humor with her a sewing machine, using it as a paintbrush. Just look at Olympia