The upper level of the Cranbrook Art Museum is closed October 7 – December 13, 2019, due to repair work on the elevator. During this time, the FIA is opening its doors to give Cranbrook members free admission to FIA exhibitions.
In return, upon reopening, FIA members receive free admission to three special exhibitions at Cranbrook Art Museum.
Be sure to enjoy these benefits while they last!
|Free general admission to the following Cranbrook exhibitions|
|In the Vanguard: Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, 1950–1969||12.14.19 – 3.8.20|
|Ruth Adler Schnee: Modern Designs for Living||12.14.19 – 3.15.2|
|For the Record: Artists on Vinyl||12.14.19 – 4.19.20|
The Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, located in Deer Isle, Maine, was founded in 1950 by Mary Bishop. Mrs. Bishop was the daughter-in-law of A. G. Bishop and served on the FIA Board of Trustees from 1930 through 1950. Haystack has its historic roots in Cranbrook and the FIA.