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Craft Alliance is in the news. Whether it be a blogger taking one of our extraordinary classes, a magazine reviewing the latest exhibition, or a local radio station highlighting one of our artists, we have collected it all here for you to check out. Read a bit about what we do, get excited, and come join us! 

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Craft Alliance Moving to Delmar Maker District

Craft Alliance is planning a move this fall, but the nonprofit arts center isn't going far.

Teapot and Jar by Mike Gesiakowski

HEC-TV Visits Tea and Cookies Exhibition

HEC-TV visits Tea and Cookies: 17th Biennial Teapot Exhibition and talks with Galleries Director Stefanie Kirkland.

Threading Our Way Into The World: Innovative textiles making the cut in a modern age

The Innovations in Textiles STL collaborative dates back to 1994, when Craft Alliance, COCA, Art Saint Louis, Saint Louis Art Museum and Duane Reed Gallery created a joint event celebrating contemporary fiber art. There are now 48 regional partners participating in what is the largest art collaborative in metropolitan St. Louis.

Craft Alliance highlights one artist's immigration experience in new exhibition

Opening this weekend at Craft Alliance, the exhibit Fidencio Fifield-Perez: Little Cuttings offers an intimate, personal look at immigration and the concept of home.

Missouri Artist Explores Mexican Heritage, Immigration Through Paper And Paintings

Fidencio Fifield-Perez’s art details moments in time. He uses paintings and paper cuttings that reflect his early life in Oaxaca, Mexico, his childhood in North Carolina, and his struggle as a young adult who applied for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

St. Louis history to brewing to metalsmithing: You're never too old to learn something new

Whether you have a favorite medium or want to try your hand at something new, Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design ( has you covered. The nonprofit art center offers programming in clay, metals, fiber, wood and glass at its locations in Grand Center and the Delmar Loop.