Harcourt Foundation Grants $7,500 – Additional Donations Needed to Repair Kilns at BCC

In support of an ongoing initiative to upgrade our pottery studio, Brookfield Craft Center has received a $7,500 grant from the Ellen Knowles Harcourt Foundation to begin repair work on several kilns located on our historic campus. The renewed kilns will allow us to expand the BCC ceramics curriculum and offer new creative opportunities for students, ranging in … Read more

Community Rallies to Preserve Historic Sign at Brookfield Craft Center

In its ongoing effort to preserve and improve its facilities, the Craft Center is proud to announce that with the support of the community, the iconic and historic Brookfield Mills sign on its main building has been fully restored. A dedication ceremony to present the work to the community will be held Thursday, November 10 at 9:30 … Read more

20 Items Under $20 at This Year’s Holiday Sale

Handcrafted items made with care can bring cheer to your budget. Browse this list of twenty items that cost $20 or less, and find so much more in Brookfield Craft Center’s retail gallery. Give handmade stocking stuffers, hostess gifts and presents for teachers this holiday season. The 37th Annual Holiday Sale fundraiser for craft education … Read more

January Sale!

Due to the enthusiastic feedback from our Holiday Sale, we are having a sale for 3 weekends in January, starting this Friday (weather permitting!). 25% off everything, to continue to benefit our education program, and the artists we represent.

2010 Holiday Exhibition and Sale IS ON!

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The Gallery at Brookfield Craft Center
The Gallery at Brookfield Craft Center

With the arrival of thousands of works of handmade fine craft, set-up is complete for the 35th Annual Holiday Exhibition and Sale at Brookfield Craft Center. More than 100 talented craft artists from across North America have provided beautiful new work for this year’s event.

This year’s event includes unique, one-of-a-kind work by dozens of artists new to the exhibition, as well as new work by returning artists. According to Richard Herrmann, Executive Director, “In line with our mission of teaching and promoting fine craft, every purchase provides significant support for the Craft Center’s educational programs, as well as income to the artist who made the work.”

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