Since its founding in 1952 and incorporation in 1954, Brookfield Craft Center has been shaped by visionary leaders, artists and supporters. Those who paved the way for the craftsman of not just their own era, but those of tomorrow. A legacy or memorial gift to Brookfield Craft Center is a wonderful way to remember a loved one or perpetuate your own family name, while honoring a tradition of excellence in creativity, innovation and fine craft. Your generosity today can help perpetuate the Craft Center’s future and ensure that BCC is able to continue to preserve the skills of traditional and modern craftsmanship and enable creativity and personal growth in people from all walks of life.
Listing the Brookfield Craft Center in your will is considered a charitable bequest. You can include Brookfield Craft Center for a percentage of the estate, a specific amount, or designating specific assets of stock or real estate. Tribute or memorial gifts are special way to mark an occasion or honor/memorialize friends or relatives. For more information on legacy or memorial gifts, please contact email@example.com
In Memory of Marilyn B. Cisek (Chonko) 1942 – 2017
“MY ART IS ABOUT THE JOURNEY, THE PROCESS FIRST, THE PRODUCT OF LITTLE CONSEQUENCE EXCEPT AS IT ENRICHES LIFE. I CHOOSE MY OWN PATH,
Buster Shaw Scholarship for Woodturning
Buster Shaw, former instructor, board member and long time friend of the Brookfield Craft Center has endowed a scholarship in Woodturning with the center. Members
Hilda Kraus – Mid-Century Modern Craftsman 1915 – 2014
Hilda Kraus, a well-known designer, artist, jeweler, enamellist and metal work designer, was born in New York City in 1915. She had a B.A. from