Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Collaborate Craft Change: Craft Market and Residency

Collaborate Craft Change: Craft Market and Residency 

December 1 from 12-5 p.m. at CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia, 1315 Walnut Street, Suite 320 

The Women’s Caucus for Art selected twenty juried craft exhibitors chosen by WCA members: current President Liz Krick, Past President/Former Young Women’s Caucus Performance Chair Bonnie MacAllister, and National WCA President-Elect Julia Marsh.  

Four residency fellows were selected to install work to create environments in the breakout rooms at CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia, located in the historic Philadelphia Building.

The WCA Philadelphia 2018 resident artists are: 
Sarah Beckett Thrower-fiber/glass
Constance McBride-sculpture 
Jeni Williamson-metals/jewelry 
Marcie Ziskind-textiles

The juried craft show features work from A Toy Named Sue, Rachael Amber, Ylvia Asal, Christina Bradley, Maria Chaney, Gloria Cherny, Erika Chubeck, Lynn Congo, Amanda Eodriguez, Reyna Howkins, Julie Martini, Selene Nuñez Cruz, Iffat Pugh, Gail Scuderi, Chelsea Shellenbarger, and Valerie Stillman.

Crafters will create a pop up exhibition and boutique experience including a special raffle benefitting EMIR Healing Center, a Philadelphia non-profit that works directly with families who have lost homicide victims and provides advocacy and outreach.  

$5 suggested donation at the door includes one raffle chance.

Interested in volunteering or donating a raffle item?  Please email President Liz Krick at

Can’t attend but interested in donating to EMIR directly?


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