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Crafting a Collection: Fuller Craft Museum Recent Acquisitions in Brockton, MA

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@Sun Dec 4th - Sun Jul 9th 16

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Brockton, MA 02301
Plymouth County - 168,448 housholds avg $68,574 ea.

Listing Details for Event #: 2114154
Posted: Dec 28, 2015
Last Updated: Dec 28, 2015
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Primary Category:
  - Art & Craft Events
     - Art Exhibition
Additional Categories:
  - Learning & Literary
     - Museum Event
Dates: Unconfirmed / Anticipated-Only Event -- ! ! -- Date(s) are Approximate Only!
@Sun Dec 4th - Sun Jul 9th 16

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Description
Celebrating their 10th anniversary, the Fuller Craft Museum is pleased to present "Crafting a Collection," an exhibition that highlights some of the superb objects that the Craft Museum acquired for its permanent collection between 2012 and the present. The exhibition will include extraordinary examples of ceramics, glass, metal, wood, fiber, furniture, paper, and jewelry.
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