The Member-Made Street Gallery

Outside photo of the NC State University Crafts Center at night.
Sculpture by NC State University Crafts Center member Leslie Foster, displayed in a gallery window.
Pottery pieces created by NC State student Jake Goodnight, displayed in a gallery window.

The Crafts Center is pleased to announce our new initiative, the Member-Made Street Gallery. Utilizing the seventeen windows that adorn the front of the center, we invite our dedicated makers to display and sell their artwork. Our windows will be refreshed bimonthly, boasting 102 new, handcrafted displays across a single year.

This opportunity extends to active Crafts Center members, instructors and registered NC State students who are taking classes at the center. Window reservations are made by artists on a first come, first served basis. If you would like more information regarding displaying your artwork in our MMSG, please call our front desk at 919.515.2457 or send an email to crafts-center@ncsu.edu.

The Member-Made Street Gallery has artwork for sale. If you are interested in purchasing items from our windows, please see someone at our front desk during open hours.

NOTE: The Crafts Center is closed December 2, 2021 – January 9, 2022, reopening January 10 at 12:00PM. If you wish to purchase something from our Member Made Street Gallery Windows during closed hours please take a photo of the item(s) and email us at crafts-center@ncsu.edu. We will be in contact with you soon to arrange payment and pickup!
**Purchase requests made between 12/17/21 and 1/3/22 will be contacted after 1/4/22.

Supported by the NC State Foundation.

Current Featured Artists

Left to right when facing the Crafts Center entrance

Jennifer Siegel
Shawn Protz
Elisabeth Flock
Paul Orndorff
Heather Rhymes
Jake Goodnight
Amanda Bury*
Natalie Emerson
Sasha Campbell
Karen Chasen
Jimmy Thiem
Mic Rooney
Lauren Quinn

*The Ceramics Monthly 2021 Artist of the Year award winner and guest speaker at the Crafts Center in January 2022!

Work of the current artists will be on display through Wed., Jan. 12. The windows will then be refreshed and reopen on Jan. 19.

Top gallery window: Sculpture by Leslie Foster.

Bottom gallery window: Pottery by Jake Goodnight.

Photos by Robert Davezac.