Craft today USA : final report / by Paul J. Smith, curator and project director ; organized by the American Craft Museum, New York, New York ; a cultural presentation of the United States of America, through the United States Information Agency--Arts America ; sponsored by Philip Morris International Inc.

Title: 
Craft today USA : final report / by Paul J. Smith, curator and project director ; organized by the American Craft Museum, New York, New York ; a cultural presentation of the United States of America, through the United States Information Agency--Arts America ; sponsored by Philip Morris International Inc.
Author/Artist: 
American Craft Museum (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher: 
[New York, N.Y.? : American Craft Museum?, c1989]
Description: 
119 leaves : ill., map ; 28 cm.
Other Authors: 
Smith, Paul J.
United States Information Agency. Arts America Program.
Bib ID: 
44595
Variant Title: 
Final report : craft today USA
Notes: 
Participating glass artists: Douglas Anderson, Phillip Baldwin, William Carlson, Dale Chihuly, Michael Cohn, Dan Dailey, Dominic L. DiMare, Fritz Dreisbach, Robert Ebendorf, Stephen Dale Edwards, Donald Friedlich, Henry Halem, Diane Itter, Kreg Kallenberger, Robert Kehlmann, Joey Kirkpatrick, Susie Krasnican, Gregory Litsios, Harvey K. Littleton, Linda MacNeil, Flora C. Mace, Dante Marioni, Paul Marioni, Richard Marquis, Steven Maslach, Concetta Mason, Benjamin Moore, Edward Moulthrop, Kathleen Mulcahuy, Joel Philip Myers, Albert Paley, Michael O. Pavlik, Mark Peiser, Ginny Ruffner, Joyce Scott, Helen Shirk, Therman Statom, James L. Tanner, Catherine Thompson, Karla Trinkley, Steven I. Weinberg, Betty Woodman.
"European tour 1989-1993"--Cover.
"Based on the major survey exhibition organized for the opening of the new American Craft Museum on the occasion of its 30th anniversary in September 1986"--P. 2.
A final report summarizing openings, special events, media coverage, as well as statistics and press clips, for each of the 15 European cities where the exhibit toured from May 24, 1989 through Jan. 31, 1993.
"250 copies of this report were produced."