Thursday, March 1, 2012

Dan Dailey Show in Massachusetts

Are you on the East Coast? Near Boston is the Brockton, Massachusetts Fuller Craft Museum. This last month an exhibit of the works of Dan Dailey began on February 18. Dan Dailey, those of you who have read our biography on our site will know was one of the founders of the Pilchuck Glass School in the early 1970's. Dan Dailey's works are influenced by industrial methods and forms. He often added metal bands and fitted other metallic gizmos to the surface of his pieces. In the exhibit at the Fuller Museum there will also be drawings and video.
The glass art exhibit will run through September 12, 2012 and admission and other info can be found on the Fuller Museum site. Hours are Friday through Sundays 10AM-5PM; Thursdays 10AM to 9PM.
It has just come to our attention that the Fuller Museum is posting on Twitter bits about "Dan Dailey: Working Method" under the hash tag #glassart. Gosh! We didn't know there was a hashtag for that. Maybe we should join the conversation, as they say.

Fuller Craft Museum
455 Oak Street
Brockton, MA 02301
T 508-588-6000
F 508-587-6191

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