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Handcrafted Discovery, San Francisco, CA
Don’t miss the internationally renown San Francisco Textile & Tribal Arts Show at the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason, February 11-13th, 2011. Join collectors, textile experts and designers as the show previews 100+ tribal art experts from around the world showcasing their best artifacts for sale. Connect with global culture and get a front row seat to the pre-1940 handcrafted arts such as ethnographic sculptures, textiles, artifacts and more in a museum-like setting in the heart of San Francisco.
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Handcrafted Discovery, Santa Barbara, CA
Looking for unique, funky, and hand-crafted finds for the home? Then the Random Store on State Street in Santa Barbara is your dream destination for anyone seeking unique and funky decorations. When we visited last, one-of-a-kind poles and horses from a vintage carousel dominated the window display, towering Chinese apothecary cabinets were filled with treasures, and wonderfully free form Javan wood benches anchored the middle of the store.
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Handcrafted Discovery, Seattle, Washington
If the greatness of a culture lies in what it leaves behind, then the legacy of the tribes represented in Weaving Heritage at The Burke Museum this winter will be rich, indeed. The exhibit’s hand-woven artifacts represent an amazing geographical swath of the globe: gleaming silk robes from Tibet and Japan, rough-spun woolens from Chile and Oaxaca, and filmy batik sarongs from the Pacific Isles. Don’t wait too long to learn about these one-of-a-kind textiles–the exhibit concludes at the end of February.
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Handcrafted Discovery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
When visiting this historic state capitol, a surprise find is the TAI Gallery/Textile Arts. Its spare, refined, museum-quality pieces have been carefully curated and the space showcases what is possibly the finest collection of bamboo art anywhere in the West. Discover traveling exhibits and more information about the gallery’s exquisite pieces online.
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Handcrafted Discovery, Boulder, Colorado
Handcrafted furniture and repurposed materials make The Center for ReSource Conservation a unique resource where you can learn how to lower your carbon footprint. The nonprofit has channeled 30+ years of conservation experience into a trove of eco-friendly ideas for individuals looking to outfit their homes. Locals can also drop off their gently used furniture to reduce and recycle and give quality pieces a second life in a new home.
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