Earth, Fire and Fibre XXIX
The Anchorage Museum’s biennial juried craft exhibition is one of the state’s longest running juried exhibitions. This popular statewide exhibition showcases Alaska artists working with clay, glass, metal, wood, fibre, skin, bone or stone. Selected artworks often challenge the usual preconceptions, blurring the lines between art and craft. This year’s juror is Andrew Glasgow of Asheville, N.C., whose resume includes the American Craft Council and Southern Highland Craft Guild.
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Anchorage, AK 99501
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