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The Craft in America Study Center will conclude its three-part series of exhibitions focusing on the intersection of craft and food culture with Good Enough to Eat: Food as Medium for Craft.

The Craft in America website describes the show as "a chance to look at what we eat from an entirely fresh perspective." It continues:

In this age of food-centrism in popular culture, food is providing artists with endless inspiration thematically, physically, and symbolically. With palpable avant-garde spirit, each artist boldly looks beyond the confines of the establishment. They each find new inspiration in alternative materials that offer multi-sensory potential.

The exhibition opens to the public with a reception and will run through June 22.

The craft in America Study Center is open Thursday-Saturday, noon-6 p.m., and by appointment.

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CORRECTION: Artists' Opening is 5:00 to 7:00.
Gallery is open 12:00 to 6:00.
Candy wrapper matador and flamenco dancer ... chocolate nude torsos ... Splenda packet bussle ... cabbage, sugar, embroidered bread and citrus ... Twinkie, sugar and salt crystals ... Indian corn ... jello ... THESE are some of the artists favorite material for craft.

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CORRECTION: Artists' Opening is 5:00 to 7:00.
Gallery is open 12:00 to 6:00.
Candy wrapper matador and flamenco dancer ... chocolate nude torsos ... Splenda packet bussle ... cabbage, sugar, embroidered bread and citrus ... Twinkie, sugar and salt crystals ... Indian corn ... jello ... THESE are some of the artists favorite material for craft.

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Another correction: Opening was April 20, but this wonderful exhibit continues through June 22nd! Go! See! Be Inspired!

It is a combination of works, media and use of food never seen together. Truly a special opportunity. Study Center Director Emily Zaiden culled some terrific talent, emerging and established, into a small but inspiring show. Don't miss it .

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Correction: Opening was April 20, but this wonderful exhibit continues through June 22nd! Go! See! Be Inspired!

It is a combination of works, media and use of food never seen together. Truly a special opportunity. Study Center Director Emily Zaiden culled some terrific talent, emerging and established, into a small but inspiring show. Don't miss it .