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January 18 @ 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Museum of Craft and Design

MAKE is the place to collaborate with artists and makers, explore unique themes, and re-think materials through creative design projects—all happening after-hours in the galleries!

Spend your evening at the museum! Explore Designing Peace through hands-on activations, connect in conversation, and wander the galleries to explore universal themes in peaceful design.

Ground your experience in the creative practices of local artists. Create intentional, place-based architecture with local designer and miniaturist Tammie Knight. Make a handheld labyrinth and practice transportable, tactile mindfulness with artist and educator Maia Scott. Re-imagine the world and take a role in designing peace with Carmela Gaspar’s collaged dreamscapes.

Plus, create community ceramics with a project co-authored by Liz Hernández and bookmarks of belonging to share with San Francisco Public Library patrons across the city.

Pre-registration is encouraged. All activities are free with admission.
Tickets: $10 General Admission, $8 for Students and Seniors, MCD members FREE. All ages welcome!

*Activities subject (but not likely!) to change without notice.


Make the most of your MCD Membership. This event is FREE for Members and members receive two complimentary drink tickets. Don’t forget to stop by the Museum Store on your way out and get your 10% off discount!

Not an MCD Member? Join today and get free and discounted tickets to MCD’s signature programs, events, tours, and more!


January 18
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
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Museum of Craft and Design
2569 3rd St
San Francisco, CA 94107 United States
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Designing Peace

October 7, 2023 – February 4, 2024

Designing Peace explores the unique role design can play in pursuing peace and features design projects from around the world that look at ways to create and sustain more durable peaceful interactions.

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