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American Fine Craft Show opens for two days only at the Brooklyn Museum

Howard Halle

We know how you are: You like the finer things in life, like, for instance fine crafts. Well then, head over to the Brooklyn Museum for this year's edition of the American Fine Craft Show. It's on for two days, Sat 22, noon–6pm and Sun 23, 11am-6pm.

Featuring 90 artists from around the country, the show offers handmade works in ceramics, jewelry, glass, furniture, wood, metal, mixed media, sculpture, wearable and decorative fiber in a range of prices—including maybe, possibly one that fits your budget. And you know we're going to say this, so we might as well: They'd make a great one-of-a-kind gift  for that special someone on Santa's nice list (or naughty list; whatever floats your boat).

Enhancing the festive mood, the show takes place in the Brooklyn Museum's beaux-arts atrium on the second floor. Tickets are $12, $11 for seniors and $6 dollars for students and museum members. So c'mon, it's an opportunity to show some class during the giving season. Or, ok, go ahead and keep the stuff for yourself, why don't you. Like we said, we know how you are.


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