New Museum Pass Available-Fuller Art Museum

The Westwood Library's newest museum pass is to the Fuller Art Museum.  "The museum collects contemporary craft, which is rooted in the creation of functional objects and dates back roughly to the end of World War II. Makers who work primarily with their hands in materials that are tactile and familiar (wood, metal, glass, ceramics, and fiber) have stretched the boundaries of these functional everyday objects into the conceptual, the personal, the virtuosic, and wildly imaginative studio craft scene. Right now, Fuller Craft Museum is the most exciting place to be in the world of contemporary craft. The museum offers a collection, exhibitions, demonstrations, workshops, and special events where you can literally touch the materials and objects. The museum strives to keep this work accessible, to put people in touch with the minds and methods of the makers, in touch with the values embodied by craft. Thus the motto–let the art touch you."  For details, visit the website,      To make a reservation, click here or call the library, 781-326-7562.   Thanks to the Westwood Cultural Council for sponsoring this pass.