Monday, July 23, 2007

American Craft Council summer salon

i am extremely honored to have been asked to speak this thursday at the American Craft Council Library in soho. apparently they have an amazing library of craft books and magazines and are open (by appointment) to the public! i am very excited to see the place. i will be joined by my friend callie of the church of craft and we will be talking about DIY and how our paths have led us to making a living by 'doing it ourselves'....

Join us for the second Summer in the City Salon Event at the American Craft Council Library

Thursday, July 26 6-7pm, reception to follow

Marketplace Intervention: The Do-It-Yourself Renaissance

Join Reverend Callie Janoff of NYC Church of Craft and Hodge Podge clothing designer
Cal Patch for a discussion on how they’re converting, inspiring, educating and creating
the next wave of craft lovers.

RSVP required: or 212-274-0630 x.234.

The American Craft Council Library
72 Spring Street, 6th Floor (between Crosby & Lafayette)

The Summer in the City Salon Series is made possible by the support of Leatrice S. Eagle.

The American Craft Council is a national, nonprofit educational organization founded in 1943 by Aileen Osborn Webb. The mission of the Council is to promote understanding and appreciation of contemporary American craft.

The library of the American Craft Council holds an extensive collection of print and visual materials on craft. The collection includes over 6,400 books, 7,000 exhibition catalogs dating back to the 1930’s, 700 bound volumes of leading periodicals including many foreign and rare titles, artist files and the archives of the American Craft Museum (1956-1990). The library is open by appointment:


gilda said...

hello!!! i just happened to find your website and i love what you do!! i love all the colors and prints... it's amazing. i can't wait to get to new york and go see everything for myself. hope you don't mind me linking your blog. take care and have fun at the craft event!


i am missing you and i really miss gertie...we are suffering in red hook without you : (