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Craft Contemporary

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Photograph: Courtesy Ryan Miller/Capture Imaging/Ryan Miller

Time Out says

New name, same progressive approach to current-day folk art: the institution formerly known as the Craft & Folk Art Museum is now Craft Contemporary. L.A.’s only public showcase devoted to contemporary craft and community-based folk art continues to broaden its programming. Shows could take in anything from Venetian glassmaking to American printmaking, the circus-themed dioramas of Sonny King to a retrospective of work by Hungarian designer Eva Zeisel.


5814 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles
Cross street:
at S Curson Avenue
$9; students, teachers, seniors (65+) $7; children under 10 free; every Sun donation basis admission
Opening hours:
Tue–Fri 11am–5pm; Sat, Sun 11am–6pm
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Peruse handmade pieces from about three dozen ceramic studios and artists during this annual celebrations of all things clay at Craft Contemporary. You’ll find the bulk of the vendors in the museum’s courtyard, with the rest located in a pop-up shop. Aside from the shopping, you can learn how to handcraft (1–3:30pm) and take home your own air-dry clay project.

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