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The new Museum of Arts and Design Building

The new Museum of Arts and Design at 2 Columbus Circle in NYC opened to the public in September 2008. Formerly the American Craft Museum, the institution is dedicated to the collection and exhibition of contemporary objects created in media such as clay, glass, wood, metal, and fiber.

For the first time in its history, the Museum will have dedicated space for its permanent collection. The new building will also house its educational programs and three artist-in-residence studios, making the Museum the first multi-disciplinary institution to offer arts-in-education, hands-on art-making, and art making within the museum experience.

For more information, visit: http://www.madmuseum.org

You can also see New York Times coverage of the museum at: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2008/05/01/nyregion/20080501_COLUMBUS.html

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Abrams publishes book on Dan Dailey

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Dan Dailey’s glasswork has been in the public eye for the past four decades. DAN DAILEY (Abrams; August 2007; $60.00), offers a comprehensive and stunningly illustrated look at Dailey’s work.

William Morris Announces Retirement

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At the age of 49, after almost thirty years at the furnace, American glass artist William Morris has decided to retire in order to pursue other personal interests. The work of William Morris has been strongly influenced by his interest in archeology and ancient pagan cultures.

See the complete article by critic James Yood in Glass the Urban Glass Art Quarterly Summer 2007. A documentary on Morris by the New York production Company Spot Creative will be released this year. See a clip at www.spotcreative.com. Morris’ official website is www.wmorris.com.