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Visit Craft Contemporary: Now Open to the Public

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Visit Craft Contemporary's New Exhibitions!

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Craft Contemporary will open to the general public and non-members on Saturday, May 9th. Reservations are required and will be available on a first come, first served basis. Museum admission can be paid in person, see admission fees below. Please make reservations for children over the age of 6. The museum is open Thursdays through Sundays, from 11AM- 5PM.

Craft Contemporary is following health and safety guidelines issued by the State of California, and Los Angeles County. To ensure a safe experience for visitors and museum staff, visitors are expected to follow the COVID safety guidelines listed below.


Members get early access to our new exhibitions. Members also enjoy special access to all things craft including free monthly workshops, invitations to special events, shop discounts, and more. Become a member today.


To ensure a safe experience for visitors and museum staff, visitors are expected to follow the safety guidelines listed below.

  • Please stay home if you are feeling sick. Check the CDC website for coronavirus symptoms.
  • Face masks are required of all visitors and staff.
  • Visitors should maintain a physical distance of at least six feet from other visitors and staff.
  • The museum has reduced occupancy and will be regularly disinfecting frequently touched surfaces and objects.
  • Elevator has a capacity of two guest, or a single party/household.
  • Hand sanitizer is available at the museum.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public space where people are present. We cannot guarantee you will not be exposed to COVID-19 during your visit. Those visiting Craft Contemporary do so at their own risk of such exposure.
Please stay home if you are sick or have COVID-19 symptoms. Do not visit if you or anyone in your party is exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19 as identified by the L.A. County Department of Public Health, which include cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fever, or chills. Do not visit Craft Contemporary if in the last 14 days you or anyone in your party has been in close contact (within 6 feet for more than 15 minutes or any unprotected contact with bodily fluids/secretions) with someone with a confirmed or suspected (has symptoms) case of COVID-19 or are you or anyone in your party currently under isolation or quarantine orders.


Making Time

Making Time celebrates a selection of L.A.-based artists who have shared their artwork in solo exhibitions at Craft Contemporary over the last ten years. Their iconic works mark time in a variety of ways and showcase the diversity of materials and processes that have made contemporary craft vibrant and relevant. This exhibition is an opportunity to reflect upon the dynamic work of these artists and highlight the impact they have had on the museum’s development over the years.

Exhibition artists: Tanya Aguiñiga, Uzumaki Cepeda, Beatriz Cortez, Keiko Fukazawa, Katherine Gray, Gronk, Sherin Guirguis, Betye Saar, Timothy Washington, and Ann Weber.

Tomoshibi: Glass Works by Kazuki Takizawa

Los Angeles-based artist Kazuki Takizawa uses glass’s dual ability to be transparent and opaque, durable and fragile, as a metaphor for living with bipolar disorder and to destigmatize mental illness. In his first solo museum exhibition ‘Tomoshibi’, meaning lamp or small light in Japanese, Takizawa stages his elaborately crafted glass vessels and installations in a darkened gallery, where lighting and shadows become integral aspects of the works.

This exhibition is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture and a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. Additional support provided by the Glass Alliance of Los Angeles.

Cathy Cooper: Dramatis Personae

Los Angeles-based artist, performer, and costume designer Cathy Cooper presents a new series of works that oscillate between sculpture and costume. Cooper seeks to expose the inherent energy found in the textures and colors of inanimate fabrics and materials. Through layering, pairing, recombining, and repurposing her materials, Cooper creates dynamic forms that exude a range of movement and emotions.

Additional support provided by the Glass Alliance of Los Angeles.


  • Members: Free
  • General: $9
  • Students, Teachers: $7
  • Seniors over 65: $7
  • Children under 10: $7
  • Sunday: Pay what you can

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