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November 3, 2018 - November 4, 2018
Style’ 18 | November 3-4, 2018
The Museum of Craft and Design invites you to Style ‘18, a juried event celebrating 40 local, national and international contemporary fashion, jewelry and accessories artists. Style ‘18 will take place over two days on Saturday, November 3, 2018–Sunday, November 4, 2018, at the museum. Jurors, JoAnn Edwards and Diane Master, hand selected 40 national and international designers to participate. Attendees can experience and purchase unique wearable art, as well as meet the makers. All proceeds will go to support MCD’s MakeArt education program for children and families in the Bay Area. Complimentary valet parking. Cash and all major credit cards will be accepted. Sorry no checks.
VIP Pre-Sale for MCD Insider Members (and above)
SAT, NOV 3, 10 AM–11 AM
General Admission | Free and Open to the Public
SAT, NOV 3, 11 AM–6 PM
SUN, NOV 4, 10 AM–4 PM
MCD and Style are excited by the synergy between the show’s focus on contemporary design and the museum’s mission to develop and present engaging exhibitions and educational programs that explore and define the role of craft and design in our dynamically changing global culture, encouraging our audience to see the world differently. We received an incredible 122 entries from 6 different countries around the world and all excellent quality of work! We are thrilled to have selected the following artists for this year’s Style. Mark your calendars and shop their beautiful work in person!
*Please note, MCD membership discount will only be applicable in the museum store and can not be applied to Style vendor purchases.
Style’ 18 JURORS
Diane Master has had a dynamic presence in the Bay Area craft and design scene as the founder of the prestigious Palo Alto Clay and Glass Festival, now in its 26th year. Additionally, Master was the manager and buyer for the Palo Alto Art Center Gallery Shop for nearly two decades. Stirred by an exhibition on indigo dying techniques at the PAAC and the countless inspiring craft artists she had encountered and worked with, Master launched the first Style as a one-off, art-to-wear textile and art jewelry event. Style’s reputation for quality and inventiveness made it an instant success among artists and consumers alike and 12 years later it continues to thrive. This year, Style has taken a significant step forward through its association with the Museum of Craft and Design.
JoAnn Edwards has overseen the Museum of Craft and Design’s vision and growth since its founding in downtown San Francisco in 2003 to its relocation and acclaimed 2013 grand reopening in San Francisco’s historic Dogpatch district. Through the development of highly celebrated and innovative exhibitions and MakeArt educational programs, the Museum of Craft and Design has grown under Edwards’ leadership into an internationally recognized cultural institution that extends the institutional mission beyond its brick and mortar space.
For additional questions please contact Caroline Holley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.773.0303.