Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

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Established : 2001

Address : 4848 Main St, Houston, TX 77002, United States

Admission Fee : None

Exhibitions : In Residence: 13th Edition, Forms of Inheritance: The Works of Anna Mayer, Light Charmer: Neon and Plasma in Action, Treachery of Material: The Surrealist Impulse in Craft etc.

Events : Eco-printing Workshop, Studio Sessions: Kirstin Willders, Polymer-clay Jewelry Workshop, HOH to Go: Coding Through Beaded Jewelry etc.

Educational Programs : Artist Residency Program

Main Attractions : Craft Garden

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston Overview

The Houston Center for Contemporary Craft or the HCCC was founded in the year 2001 and has since worked towards educating people about craft; about its history, process and product. It focuses specifically on art work made from glass, metal, wood, clay, fiber, and other recycled materials.

The Craft Garden, which is divided into 4 sections (baskets, textiles, papers and dyes), is where visitors get to see the planting and production of materials. There are one-hour long guided tours which take visitors around the various exhibitions and the Craft Garden, and allow them to interact with the resident artists. The Artist Residency Program offers artists a space to create their art, irrespective of the medium. It also hosts several events which allow visitors to interact with different artists, learn about the exhibits and much more.

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