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Museum of Contemporary Crafts/American Craft Museum Finding Aid (1956-1990)

This finding aid documents exhibitions sponsored by the ACC and held at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts (1956-1979) and the American Craft Museum (1980-1990). The efforts of the museum department of the ACC in planning and executing exhibitions are documented in this collection. 

While this is a basic list of titles and dates, each exhibition file may include:  exhibition catalogues; brochures; checklists; correspondence with curators, artists and other institutions; exhibition related event information; loan and lender information; legal contracts; financial documents; installation diagrams; newspaper and magazine clippings; photographs; public relations documents; research on artists and artwork; traveling exhibition documents including exhibition ephemera from other institutions; shipping information; and wall lists.  

Digitization of Archives Collections

Select content from several of the exhibitions listed below are available online as part of the American Craft Council Library Digital Collections. To view these materials online, including catalogs, newsletter articles and images, click on the name of the exhibition below. Please note that the content available online for a particular exhibition represents a small percentage of archival documentation available for each exhibition.

For a more complete listing of materials from a specific exhibition archive file listed below, please contact the librarian.  

 

Museum of Contemporary Crafts - Main Gallery Exhibitions

M-0  Designer Craftsmen U.S.A. (held at the Brooklyn Museum)
         October 22, 1953 - August 15, 1954

M-l  Craftsmanship in a Changing World
        September 20 - November 4, 1956

M-2  Young Americans & Young Scandinavians
         November 8, 1956 - January 6, 1957

M-3  19th Ceramic Annual/Syracuse Museum
         January 10 - February 10, 1957

M-4  Furniture by Craftsmen
         February 15 - April 7, 1957

M-5  Wall Hangings & Rugs
         April 12 - May 12, 1957

M-6  Variations in Media
         May 17 - June 23, 1957

M-7  American Jewelry
         May 17 - June 23, 1957

M-8  Tools, Techniques & Materials
         June 28 - September 8, 1957

M-9  The Patron Church
         October 11, 1957 - January 5, 1958

M-10  Louis Comfort Tiffany Retrospective
           January 24 - April 13, 1958

M-11  Fulbright Designers
           April 25 - June 1, 1958

M-12  Young Americans 1958
           June 13 - September 14, 1958

M-13  Finnish Rug Designs
           September 25 - November 30, 1958

M-14  Contemporary Crafts from Museum Collection
           September 26 - November 30, 1958
           FILES MISSING

M-15  The Furniture and Sculpture of Wharton Esherick
           December 12, 1958 - February 15, 1959

M-16  Contemporary French Tapestries
           February 27 - May 3, 1959

M-l 7  Forms from Israel
           May 15 - August 30, 1959

M-18  Enamels
          September 18 - November 29, 1959

M-19  Visual Communication in the Crafts (Fibers, Tools and Weaves: Craftsmanship in Wood)
           January 9 - February 14, 1960

M-20  1960 National Gold Medal Exhibition in the Building Arts
           February 26 - May 15, 1960

M-21  Designer - Craftsmen USA 1960
           May 27 - September 11, 1960

M-22  Designed for Silver
           September 23 - December 4, 1960

M-23  Japan: Design Today
          September 23 - December 4, 1960

M-24  Retrospective Exhibition of Mariska Karasz and Katherine Choy
           February 17 - March 12, 1961

M-25  Modern Mosaics from Ravenna
           March 24 - May 14, 1961

M-26  Artist-Craftsmen of Western Europe
           May 26 - September 10, 1961

M-27  Contemporary Craftsmen of the Far West
           September 22 - November 5, 1961

M-28  Fabrics International
           November 17, 1961 - January 15,1962

M-29  The Ideal Theater: Eight Concepts
           January 27 - March 4, 1962

M-30  Collaboration: Artist & Architect
           March 16 - May 13, 1962

M-31  Young Americans 1962
           May 25 - September 2, 1962

M-32  Forms from the Earth: 1,000 Years of Pottery in America
          September 14 - November 25, 1962

M-33  Craftsmen of the Central States
           December 7, 1962 - January 13, 1963

M-34  XXII Ceramic National Exhibition             
           January 25 - March 10, 1963

M-35  Woven Forms
           March 22 - May 12, 1963

M-36  Emergence: Student-Craftsmen
           May 24 - September 8, 1963

M-37  Creative Casting
           September 20 - November 10, 1963

M-38  Craftsmen of the Eastern States
           November 22, 1963 - January 5, 1964

M-39  Contemporary French Bookbinding
           January 16 - February 23, 1964

M-40  Designed for Production: The Craftsman's Approach
           March 6 - May 3, 1964

M-41  The American Craftsman
            May 22 - September 13, 1964 

M-42  Glass: Czechoslovakia/Italy
            September 25 - November 8, 1964

M-43  Amusement Is...
           November 20, 1964 - January 17, 1965

M-44  23rd Ceramic National
           January 29 - March 21, 1965

M-45  Fabric Collage
           April 2 - May 23, 1965

M-46  Collector: Object/Environment
           June 4 - September 12, 1965

M-47  The Art of Personal Adornment
           September 24 - November 7, 1965

M-48  Cookies and Breads: The Baker's Art
           November 19, 1965 - January 9, 1966

M-49  Fantasy Furniture
           January 21 - March 13, 1966

M-50  The Object in the Open Air
           April 1 - May 22, 1966

M-51  Craftsmen USA 1966
           June 3 - September 11, 1966 

M-52  The Bed
           September 23 - November 6, 1966

M-53  People Figures
           November 18, 1966 - January 8, 1967

M-54  Metal: Germany
           January 20 - March 5, 1967

M-55  Monuments, Tombstones and Trophies
           March 17 - May 14, 1967

M-56  Acquisitions, Permanent Collection
           May 26 - September 10, 1967

M-57  Stitching
          September 23 - November 6, 1967

M-58  Made with Paper
           November 17, 1967 - January 7, 1968 

M-59  Architectural Glass
           January 19 - March 24, 1968

M-60  Body Covering
           April 5 - June 9, 1968 

M-61  Objects Are...?
           June 21 - September 8, 1968

M-62  The Door
           September 21 - November 10, 1968

M-63  Plastic as Plastic
           November 23, 1968 - January 12, 1969 

M-64  Feel It
           January 25 - March 16, 1969

M-65  Mind Extenders
           April 19 - June 15, 1969

M-66  Young Americans
           June 29 - October 12, 1969

M-67  Sound
           October 26, 1969 - January 4, 1970

M-68  Contemplation Environments
           January 16 - March 18, 1970

M-69  Dorothy Liebes Retrospective
           March 20 - May 8, 1970

M-70  Haus Rucker Co.
           May 15 - June 7, 1970

M-71  Goldsmith '70
           June 19 - September 13, 1970

M-72  Face Coverings
           September 30, 1970 - January 10, 1971

M-73  Furs & Feathers
           January 23 - March 28, 1971

M-74  Acts I, II, III
           April 3 - June 6, 1971

M-75  Clayworks: 20 Americans
           June 18 - September 12, 1971

M-76  Photo Media
           September 24, 1971 - January 2, 1972

M-77  Ideas Wanted
           January 7 - January 12, 1972

M-78  Sculpture in Fiber
          January 27 - April 2, 1972

M-79  Fabric Vibrations
          April 14 - May 26, 1972   

M-80  Johnson Collection: Objects USA
           June 9 - September 4, 1972

M-81  Objects for Preparing Food
           September 22, 1972 – January 1973

M-82  American Glass Now
           January 12 - March 18, 1973

M-83  Banner Bee
           March 24 - April 1, 1973

M-84  Sewn, Stitched and Stuffed
           April 12 - June 10, 1973

M-85  Dress Up! Make It, Wear It, Share It!
           June 26 - September 17, 1973

M-86   Portable World
            October 5, 1973 - January 1, 1974 

M-87  Baroque '74
           January 18 - March 17, 1974

M-88  Denim Art
          March 29 - May 26, 1974

M-89  Clothing To Be Seen
           March 29 - May 26, 1974

M-90  The Collector
           June 7 - September 2, 1974

M-91  Hands & Heart: Traditional Skills of the Lower East Side
           September 21, 1974 - January 1, 1975

M-92  Forms in Metal: 275 Years of Metalsmithing in America
           January 17 - March 2, 1975

M-93  Loraine Gonzalez Memorial
           March 14 - April 11, 1975 

M-94  Selection from the MCC Permanent Collection 
           March 15 - April 11, 1975

M-95  Selection from the MCC Permanent Collection
           April 22 - September 28, 1975

M-96  Homage to the Bag
           October 8, 1975 - January 4, 1976

M-97  The American Indian & The American Flag
           January 20 - March 21, 1976

M-98  The New American Quilt
           April 1 - June 13, 1976

M-99  Selection from Objects USA: The Johnson Collection of Contemporary Crafts
           July 1 - September 12, 1976

M-100 Celebration 20 
            September 20 - October 3, 1977

M-101 The Dyer's Art: Ikat, Batik and Plangi
            October 14, 1976 - January 3, 1977

M-102 Solid Wrought/USA
            January 14 - March 27, 1977

M-103 Grass
            April 5 - June 19, 1977

M-104 The Object as Poet
            July 15 - September 25, 1977

M-105 Young Americans: Fiber, Wood, Plastic, Leather
            October 7 - December 31, 1977

M-106 New Stained Glass
            January 28 - April 2, 1978

M-107 Great American Foot
            April 14 - July 9, 1978

M-108 Young Americans: Clay, Glass
            July 21 - October 1, 1978

M-109 Peter Voulkos: A Retrospective 1948-1978
            October 21 - December 31, 1978

M-110 New Handmade Furniture
            May 4 - July 15, 1979

M-111 Permanent Collection
            July 25 - September 21, 1979

M-112 The Harmonious Craft: American Musical Instruments
            October 5 - December 30, 1979

M-113 Young Americans: Metal
            January 16 - March 16, 1980

M-114 Art for Use: Olympic Winter Games, Lake Placid, New York, February 24, 1980
            March 28 - May 25, 1980

M-115 Felting: Contemporary Work and Historical Precedent
            June 6 - September 28, 1980

American Craft Museum (Name Change)

M-116 For the Tabletop
            October 11, 1980 - January 25, 1981

M-117 The Clay Figure
            February 4 - May 31, 1981

M-118 Craft in Process: A Living Workshop
            June 18 - September 7, 1981

M-119 Beyond Tradition: 25th Anniversary
            October 3, 1981 - January 1982

M-120 Young Americans: Award Winners
            January 29 - May 9, 1982

M-121 Douglas Morse Howell Retrospective
            May 20 - October 17, 1982

            The Handmade Paper Book
            May 20 - October 17, 1982

            Papermaking USA (Museum II, 77 West 45(h Street))
            May 20 - October 3, 1982

M-122 Approaches to Collecting
            October 30, 1982 - December 31, 1983

M-122A Auction

M-123 Pattern (Museum II)
            October 14, 1982 - January 28, 1983

M-124 Glen Lukens, Permanent Collection
            January 14 – May 4, 1983

M-125 Czechoslovakian Glass
            January 14 - June 5, 1983

M-126 The Art of Woodturning (Museum II)
            February 11 - May 13, 1983

M-127 New Departures in British Jewelry
            April 14 - June 5, 1983

M-128 Art to Wear: New Handmade Clothing (Museum II)
            May 27 - October 21, 1983

M-129 Towards a New Iron Age
            June 17 - September 18, 1983

M-130 Quilt National (Museum II)
            November 4 - December 30, 1983

M-131 Selections from the Permanent Collections
            October 1 - October 30, 1983

M-132 Robots (Museum II)
            January 13 - May 12, 1984

M-133 Jewelry USA & Jewelry International
            May 25 - September 1, 1984

M-134 Jewelry USA
            Travel: December 1984 - November 1986

M-135 Rudy Autio Retrospective
            September 14 - November 3, 1984

M-136 Raku & Smoke
            September 14 - November 3, 1984

M-137 Art to Wear: USIA
            Travel ONLY: September 1984 - December 1984

M-137A Celebration '84: A Sense of Occasion
              Travel ONLY: June 1984 - January 1985

M-138 Art for the Table
            September - October 17, 1984

M-139 Harvey Littleton Retrospective
            November 16, 1984 - January 12, 1985

M-140 For the Floor
            January 25 - May 11, 1985 

M-141 American Jewelry Now: USIA
           Traveling ONLY

M-142 Art to Wear - Ten American Artists (Handmade clothing from the USA)
            Travel to London ONLY

M-143 Architectural Ceramics: Eight Concepts
            May 24 - August 31, 1985

M-144 Poetry of the Physical
            October 1986 - March 22, 1987

M-145 Designed and Made for Use (two Craft Fairs)
            Travel ONLY

M-146 Interlacing: The Elemental Fabric
            April 11 - July 17, 1987

M-147 Collector's Profile: Contemporary American and European Glass from The Saxe  Collection
            April 11 - October 18, 1987

M-148 Pieces from the Permanent Collection
            ?

M-149 American Ceramics Now: The 27lh Ceramic National Exhibition
            July 30 - October 18, 1987

M-150 Homage to the Quilt
            October 28, 1987 - January 10, 1988

M-151 Scandinavian Craft Today
            January 29 - April 24, 1988

M-152 Ohio Boy: The Ceramic Sculpture of Jack Earl
            January 29 - April 24, 1988

M-153 John Prip: Master Metalsmith
            January 29 - April 24, 1988

M-154 Architectural Art: Affirming the Design Relationship
            May 11 - September 4, 1988

M-155 Young Americans
            September 15 - October 28, 1988

M-156 Ceramics from the ACM Permanent Collection
            September 15 - October 28, 1988

M-157 Associates Benefit
            October 31, 1988

M-158 The Confectioner's Art
            November 10, 1988 - January 8, 1989

M-159 Holiday Ornaments from the Permanent Collection
            November 10, 1988 - January 8, 1989

M-160 Artists of the Book
            November 10, 1988 - January 8, 1989

M-161 The Language of Wood
            February 9 - April 23, 1989

M-162 Craft Today: USA
            May 1989 - February 1993
            International Travel ONLY

M-163 George Nakashima: Full Circle
            May 6 - August 20, 1989

M-164 Rain of Talem: Umbrella Art
            July 18 - September 24, 1989

M-165 The Dreyfus Textile Collection
            August 8 - September 17, 1989

M-166 The Tactile Vessel: New Basket Forms
            August 29 - November 12, 1989

M-167 George Ohr: Modern Potter 1857-1918
            September 29, 1989 - January 7, 1990

M-168 Robert Arneson: 'The Alice Years"
            October 30, 1989 - January 28, 1990

M-169 Who'd A Though It: Improvisation in African-American Quilting
            November 21, 1989 - January 31, 1990

M-170 Holiday Ornaments from the Permanent Collection 
            November 21, 1989 - January 7, 1990

M-171 Ned Smith "Presence" 
            November 29, 1989 - August 2, 1992

M-172 Fragile Blossoms, Enduring Earth: The Japanese Influence on American Ceramics
            January 18 - March 25, 1990

M-173 Selections from the Permanent Collection 
            January 18 - December 3, 1990

M-174 Pat Olesko: Aloft Souls
            February 7 - April 8, 1990

M-175 Explorations: The Aesthetic of Excess
            February 8 - April 8, 1990

M-176 Lenore Tawney: A Retrospective
            February 8 - April 8, 1990

Museum of Contemporary Crafts - Little & Members Gallery Exhibitions

M-M1  Karl Drerup Enamels
           January - February 1957

M-M2  Bhutanese Fabrics
           March - April 7, 1957

M-M2a Emil Milan
            May 17 – June 16, 1957

M-M3  Sterling Silversmiths Guild of America
           October 30 - December 1, 1957

M-M4  Egyptian Tapestries
           December 1957 - January 1958

M-M5  Elizabeth Bayley Willis
           April 24, 1958

M-M6  Tetsuya Kochi-Mosaics
           1958

M-M7  Beatrice Wood's Ceramics
           July 11, 1958 - September 14, 1958

M-M8  Weinrib Tiles Exhibition
           September 25 - November 30, 1958

M-M9  Swedish Textiles Today
           September 25, 1958 - November 30,1958

M-M10 Jettie Panhaat Wall Hangings
            Fall 1958

M-M11 Textile Inlays by Betty Jones
             December 11, 1958 - February 15, 1959

M-M12 Jewelry by Irena Brynner
            February 27 - May 3, 1959

M-M13 Mosaics by Nicolas Vergette
            May 13 – July 5,1959

M-M14 Woven Wall Hangings by Mildred Fisher
             December 10 - 31, 1959

M-M15 Batik Wall Hangings by Maud Rydin
             January 8 - February 14, 1960

M-M16 Stained Glass Sculptures by Alistair Bevington
            January 8 - February 14, 1960

M-M17 Paintings in Fabric by Beldy
            February 25 - April 13, 1960

M-M18 Hangings by Jean Ray Laury
            April 8 -May 15, 1960

M-M19 Pottery of Fong Chow
            May 26 - July 1960

M-M19a A Group of  Wall Hangings
              May 24 - July 15, 1960

M-M20 Pottery Dean Maxfield Mullavey
            September 23 -December 4, 1960

M-M21 Ceramic Reliefs by Harris & Ros Barron
             September 23 - December 4, 1960

M-M22 Glass by John Burton
            December 16, 1960 - January 8, 1961

M-M23 Bookbinding: A Medieval Craft in the 20th Century
            January 20 – February 10, 1961

M-M24 Holloware by Frederick A. Miller
            February 17 - March 12, 1961

M-M25 Machine Stitched Wall Hangings by Frances W. Robinson
            February 17 - March 12, 1961

M-M26 The Pottery of James & Philip Secrest
             March 24 - May 14, 1961

M-M27 Silk Screen Wall Hangings by Zelda Thomas Strecker
            March 30 - May 14, 1961

M-M28 Batik Wall Hangings by Joseph G. Almyda
             September 22 - November 5, 1961

M-M29 Sand Castings by Jack Hesselbarth
            November 17, 1961 - January 15, 1962

M-M30 Cloisonné & Grisaille Enamels by Margaret Seeler
            September 22 - November 5, 1961

M-M31 The Pottery of Toshiko Takaezu
             November 17 - January 14, 1962

M-M32 A Craftsman's Role In Modern Industry (John Prip/ Reed & Barton)
            January 8 -17, 1962

M-M33 Kaye Denning - Enamels
            January 27 - March 4, 1962

M-M34 Hangings by Thelma Becherer
            May 25 - July 29, 1962

M-M35 Donald B. Wright - Jewelry & Woodwork
            May 25 - July 29, 1962

M-M36 Rhode Island Silver Exhibit
            August 1 - 28, 1962

M-M37 Hand-woven Textiles by Alice Parrott
            September 14 - November 4, 1962

M-M38 Glass by Edris Eckhardt
             September 14 – November 4, 1962

M-M39 World of Puppets
            December 7 - January 13, 1963

M-M40 Jewelry & Holloware by Ronald Hayes Pearson
            January 25 - March 1963

M-M41 Ryijy-Rugs and Tapestries by Oili Maki
             January 25 - March 10, 1963

M-M42 Venezuelan Pottery
             March 22 - May 12, 1963

M-M43 American Jewelry 1963
            May 24 - September 8,1963

M-M44 Stainless Steel Jewelry: Mary Ann Scherr
            May 24 - September 8, 1963

M-M45 Ceramics: Shugen Inouye
             September 20 - November 10, 1963

M-M46 Toy Sculpture: William Accorsi
             November 22 - January 5, 1964

M-M47 Ceramics: The Natzlers
             November 22-January 5, 1964

M-M48 French Tapestries
            January 6 - February 23, 1964

M-M49 Glass: Harvey Littleton
            January 6 - February 23, 1964

M-M50 Jewelry: John Paul Miller
            March 6 - May 10, 1964

M-M51 Raku Pottery: Paul Soldner
             March 6 - May 10, 1964

M-M52 The American Indian
             May 22 - September 13, 1964

M-M53 Stained Glass: Apprentice Competition
            September 25 - November 8, 1964

M-M53a Luba Krejci : Lace Constructions
              September 25 – November 8, 1964

M-M54 Pottery: Clayton Bailey
            November 20 - January 17, 1965

M-M55 Jewelry: Margaret de Patta
            January 29 - March 7, 1965

M-M56 Jewelry: Stanley Lechtzin
            January 29 - March 7, 1965

M-M57 The Teapot
            April 2 - May 23, 1965

M-M58 Pottery: Marguerite Wildenhain
            April 2 - May 23, 1965

M-M59 The American Indian Student Name: Alaska Project The American Indian Student Institute of America Indian Art: Santa Fe
             June 4-September 12, 1965

M-M60 New Ceramic Form
            September 24 - November 7, 1965

M-M61 Porcelain: Ann Stockton
            September 24 - November 7, 1965

M-M62 Enamels: June Schwartz
            November 19 - January 9,1966

M-M63 Woven Forms: Dominic DiMare
            November 19 - January 9, 1966

M-M64 The Miniature Tapestry
             January 21 - March 13, 1966

M-M65 Enamels: Paul Hultberg
            January 21 - March 13, 1966

M-M66 Jewelry: Alice Shannon
            April 1 -May 22, 1966

M-M67 Ikat Hangings: Karen Chang
            April 1 - May 22, 1966

M-M68 Wall Hangings: Ranghild Langlet
            September 23 - November 6, 1966

M-M69 Porcelain: Rudolph Staffel
            September 23 - November 6, 1966

M-M70 Wood Turnings from India
            November 18 - January 8, 1967

M-M71 Glass: Joel Philip Myers
            January 20 - March 5, 1967

M-M72 Weavings: Glen Kaufman
            January 20 - March 5, 1967

M-M73 Jewelry: J. Fred Woell
            March 17 - May 14, 1967

M-M74 Ceramics by Hui Ka Kwong
            March 17 - May 14, 1967

M-M75 Enamels by Paoli Di Poll
            May 26 - September 10, 1967

M-M76 Ceramics by Daniel Rhodes
            May 26 - September 10,1967

M-M77 Ceramics: Howard Kottler
            September 23 - November 5, 1967

M-M78 Art in Worship
            August 28 - November 5, 1967

M-M79 Made With Paper
            November 17 - January 7, 1968

M-M80 Jewelry: Olaf Skoogfors
            January 19 - March 24, 1968

M-M81 Textiles: Katherine Westphal & Ed Rossbach
            January 19 - March 24, 1968

M-M82 Macramé: Virginia Harvey
            April 5 - June 9, 1968

M-M83 Clothing and Environment: Alwin Nikolais
            April 5 - June 9, 1968

M-M84 Ceramics: Maija Grotell
            June 21 - September 8, 1968

M-M85 Jewelry: Arline Fisch
            September 21 - November 10,1968

M-M86 Ceramics: James Leedy
            September 21 - November 10, 1968

M-M87 Plastic Sculpture: Freda Koblick
            November 23 - January 12, 1969

M-M88 Wood Turnings: Bob Stocksdale
            January 25 - March 16, 1969

M-M89 Ceramics: Erik Gronborg
            January 25 - March 16, 1969

M-M90 Glass: Marvin Lipofsky
            April 19 - June 15, 1969

M-M91 Metal: Brent Kington
            April 19 - June 15, 1969

M-M92 Sterling Silversmiths Competition
            June 29 - August 29, 1969

M-M93 Ceramics: Gerry Williams
            September 12 - October 12, 1969

M-M94 Jewelry: Art Smith
            September 12 - October 12, 1969

M-M95 Glass: Andre Billed
            March 20 - May 10, 1970

M-M96 Jewelry: Ken Cory
            March 20 - May 10, 1970

M-M97 Permanent Collection
            June 19 - September 13, 1970

M-M98 Coffee, Tea and Other Cups
            September 30 - January 10, 1971

M-M99 Woven Walls by Olga Animal
            September 30 - January 10, 1971

M-M100 Porcelains by Jack Earl
              January 23 - March 7, 1971

M-M101 Tie-dyed Rugs by Ritendra Mozumdar
              January 23 - March 7, 1971

M-M102 Jewelry by Marci Zelmanoff
              March 12 - May 11, 1971

M-M103 Woven Sculptures by Jean Stamsta
              March 12 - May 11, 1971

M-M104 Copper Development
              May 24 - August 27, 1971

M-M105 Glass: Dale Chihuly
              September 24, 1971 - January 2, 1972

M-M106 Salt Glaze Ceramics
              January 27 - April 2, 1972

M-M107 Metal: John Prip 
              April 14 - May 26, 1972

M-M108 Enamel & Plastic: Ellamarie & Jackson Wooley 
              April 14 - May 26, 1972

M-M109 Wayne Higby: Ceramic Landscapes
              April 12 - June 10,1973

M-M110 Mini Exhibit (garments & library)
              June 26 - September 17,1973

M-M111 Charles Loloma Exhibition 
              January 18 - March 17, 1974

M-M112 Dorothy Leibes Permanent Collection 
              January 18 - March 17, 1974

M-M113 Permanent Collection 
              March 29 - May 26, 1974

M-M114 L.A. Flash 
              March 29-May 26, 1974

M-Ml15 Permanent Collection 
             June 7 - September 2, 1974

M-M116 Making Paper: Twinrocker Hand Paper makers & Paper Reliefs by Winifred Lutz
              January 17 - March 2, 1975

M-M117 Robert Sowers: Stained Glass
              January 17 - March 2, 1975

M-M118 Mexican & Guatemalan Belts Collection of Roger D. Johnston
              October 8 - January 4, 1976

M-M119 Soup Tureens 1976 
              April 1 - June 13, 1976

M-M120 Locks & Keys 
              April 1 - June 13, 1976

M-M121 Museum Retrospective
              September 20 - October 3, 1976

M-M122 Handmade Papers by Eishiro Abe
              October 12 - November 28, 1976

M-M123 Toy Sculpture by William Accorsi
              November 30 - January 3, 1977

M-M124 Jewelry in Thread by Ruth Nivola
              April 8 - June 19, 1977

M-M125 Baskets by the Warao Indians
              April 8 - June 19,1977 

M-M125 Warao Indian Basketry
              April 5 - May 26, 1977

M-M126 Bruno LaVerdiere: Clay Sculpture
              July 15 - September 1, 1977

M-M127 American Crafts in the White House
              July 15 - September 1, 1977

M-M128 Art for the Arts: A Collection of Posters & Books Sponsored by Mobil Corp.
              September 8 - September 25, 1977

M-M129 David Gilhooly
              January 28 - April 1978

M-M130 Jewelry from the Permanent Collection
              January 28 - April 2, 1978

M-M131 Christmas Ornaments for the Vice Presidential Tree Made by American Craftspeople
              November 7 - December 12, 1978