Every year the Furniture Masters have a big gala party – this year we are in Manchester at the Currier Museum, which has a fabulous collection of White Mountains art (think Cole and Bierstadt) as well as a contemporary side that stands up well to many larger, more well known museums.
How about a photo of a new piece for a client in Boston?
These events are always distracting – I want to be in the shop, making pieces, designing and working on problems to be solved, but this is going to be a great evening! Music by Honest Millie, a few surprises from the NH Dance Collaboratives, and work by students of NHIA and inmates of both the NH and Maine prison systems. And a silent auction of Masters’ work to benefit our educational initiatives.
And if you come early, your admission ticket (click this for a ticket) entitles you to entrance to the Museum all day. (p.s. – I’m talking at 2pm on the development of the studio furniture movement in the US)
I hope to see you all on Saturday, for a rousing good time. I hope you can join us.
Co-chair, Furniture Masters