CreativeBug: The Museum of Craft and Design Moves into a New Home

After a long search for a new home, the Museum of Craft and Design moves into a permanent home in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. It opens its doors on Saturday April 6, 2013 with inaugural exhibits by artist and sculptor Michael Cooper; textile artist Arline Fisch; and ceramicist Rebecca Hutchinson.

The Daily Californian | SF Craft Museum Switches Gears

The Museum of Craft and Design has finally found a home in San Francisco after the unexpected loss of its location on Sutter Street in 2004. After years of pop-up museums around the city, the museum’s new permanent location opened in the Dogpatch neighborhood this past weekend with a celebration including inaugural exhibits, food trucks

Welcome To Dogpatch

Welcome to Dogpatch! The Museum of Craft and Design reopened in its new location at 2569 Third St @ 22nd in San Francisco on April 6, 2013. Furthering the Museum’s ability to serve as an international center for arts and culture, the Museum of Craft and Design’s new facility expands the institution’s exhibition space by