The Brookfield Craft Center (BCC) is back and starting the summer season with an open house on Saturday, June 28, where attendees can try out some demo classes, see the new gallery exhibit and stay for a special sculpture unveiling.
The Craft Center’s studios will be open to the public Saturday starting at 11 a.m., with teacher and artists demonstrating their crafting techniques from class offered this summer.
The demos will also include use of the BCC’s 3-D printer.
Attendees can also check out the new gallery exhibit, “Traditions Preserved,” which includes work from BCC faculty and the children’s workshops.
At 1:30 p.m., the open house wraps up with the unveiling of the newest addition to the Center’s collection of permanent public art, which will take place in the Lynn Tendler Bigwell Studio.