The fifth annual American Fine Craft Show Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Museum November 18-19 is timed for gift-giving. Handpicked exhibitors—90 ceramists, art glass makers, fine artists, sculptors, furniture makers, jewelers and fashion designers--fill the museum's majestic Beaux-Arts Court.
Exhibitors include such fine artisans as furniture maker Bok Read; glassmaker Josh Simpson; jeweler Bonnie Bishoff and fashion designer Mary Jaeger. There will also be Brooklyn-based exhibitors: three jewelers, two furniture makers, one ceramist and one fashion accessories designer.
Fee includes general admission to the museum. Discount tickets are available in advance on line: http://www.americanfinecraftshowbrooklyn.com/, $12 for everyone until Nov. 10 and $14 after that. Cash only at entrance: Adults - $16.00 Seniors -$14.00 Students - $10.00 Museum members with membership card -$8 Children under 10-Free. Hours: Saturday Nov. 18 and Sunday, Nov. 19: 11 am-6 pm. Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238. Directions: https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/visit/directions.php. For information visit www.brooklyncraftshow.com.
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