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Lagomorphs: Rabbits and Hares in Contemporary Craft at the Fuller Craft Museum


I am delighted to have work included in the Fuller Craft Museum's Lagomorphs: Rabbit and Hares in Contemporary Craft. There will be a preview on June 2nd from 6:30-8pm for museum members and friends and family of the artists. Artistic Director and Chief Curator, Beth C. McLaughlin will give a tour of the show and I will be there to say a few words about my work. I'd love to see anyone who's in the Boston area at the opening.


If you miss the event in June, the show will have an official opening on September 23rd.


Lagomorphs: Rabbits and Hares in Contemporary Craft

June 3, 2023 - January 28, 2024


According to the Chinese Zodiac, 2023 is the Year of the Rabbit. To mark this occasion, Fuller Craft Museum presents Lagomorphs: Rabbits and Hares in Contemporary Craft. Rabbits and hares have long inspired creative expression, from ancient Chinese decorative arts to illuminated medieval manuscripts to Albrecht Durer’s Young Hare and Jeff Koons’s Rabbit. Fuller Craft’s multidiscipline exhibition showcases the range of characters and attributes that we humans bestow on these marvelous creatures, spotlighting the physicality, symbolism, and conceptual possibilities of the lagomorph order.

Exhibiting Artists: Michael Alm Roberto Benavidez Tim Berg and Rebekah Myers Kelsey Bowen Jeremy Brooks Deborah Broz David Clarke Kim Cridler Yetti Frankel Jan Huling Ernesto Ibanez Darla Jackson Richard Jolley Mary Kenny Linda Kindler Priest Anne Lemanski Carol Long Kate MacDowell Shelley Muzylowski Allen Lindsay Pichaske Dale Rogers Sylvie Rosenthal Deborah Simon Matt Smith Veruska Vagen

Members-Only Event: Sneak Preview of Lagomorphs: Rabbits and Hares in Contemporary Craft June 2nd | 6:30PM – 8PM | Fuller Craft Museum Join FCM’s Artistic Director and Chief Curator, Beth C. McLaughlin, for an exclusive tour of our upcoming exhibition Lagomorphs: Rabbits and Hares in Contemporary Craft. Several exhibiting artists, including Deborah Simon, will be at the event to meet and mingle with guests and share a few words. As a special bonus, artist Amya Fairbain will demonstrate her practice; her work is available for purchase in the gift shop! Refreshments will be served, and an RSVP is required.

Museum Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10AM-5PM FREE Admission for all guests, every day of the week! Suggested donations are welcome. 455 Oak Street Brockton, MA 02301 Phone: 508.588.6000 Fax: 508.587.6191

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