Feeling arts and crafty?

Tonight, the deYoung Museum is hosting a member preview of the new International Arts and Crafts exhibit.

Each section of International Arts and Crafts, which is organized geographically, explores the distinctive characteristics of the Arts and Crafts Movement and the different ways in which its ideas were interpreted as it developed in countries or regions from England to Japan.

The deYoung is open until 8:45pm on Fridays, and is open Tuesday through Sunday, 9:30-5:15pm. General admission is $15, but if you’re a member you get in free and to the front of the line!

Tonight’s events include: 6:30 p.m. – Lecture – Homes for the Middle Classes: the International Arts and Crafts Movement; 6-8:30 p.m. Live music (“hotcha”) by the Tin Pan Alley Troubadours and Frisky Frolics, artist demonstrations and Arts and Crafts-related hands-on art making for all ages (Book binding by Gillian Boal
Stained glass demonstration by Flora Dionysia Mangana-Trudeau, Violin making by Peter Van Arsdale).

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