A juried exhibition dedicated to enhancing the public’s awareness of contemporary craft and quality workmanship while providing a venue for established and emerging artists to share their creative endeavors.
Clare Verstegen is a Professor in the School of Art at Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, where she teaches in the fibers/surface design area. She received a BS from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her screen printed fabrics have been widely exhibited and published nationally and internationally and are included in private and public collections. She has been a visiting artist, lecturing and conducting workshops at conferences, university art programs, and craft schools nationwide and in Japan.
The juror will view slide and digital entries and will base selections on mastery of materials, creativity and craftsmanship.
Artists who are ADC members will be eligible to enter their original, handcrafted art. Artists wishing to join ADC may do so on this website. Select “Get Involved” and click on “Membership Application” or contact Frank Wicks, Southern Chapter Treasurer, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Laura Miller, Central Chapter Treasurer, at email@example.com
Cash awards will be determined by the juror on site after the accepted works are received. Winners will be announced at the September 22nd opening reception.
: Deadline for submissions
Selection notifications mailed/emailed to artists.
Shipped work must be received
Delivered work received by 4pm
Exhibition Opening 7-9pm
Pick up work 3-4 pm All shipped work will be returned the following week.
Download additional details & entry form
2008 ADC Craftsmanship Exhibit Entry Form.pdf