THE BEST OF REGIONAL FINE CRAFT AND CREATIVITY
Our Gallery Store sells inspiring work by over 250 local, juried craftspeople in ceramics, jewelry, wearable art and home décor. We are delighted to help you chose the perfect gift for yourself or a friend. Whether you are a collector of fine craft or looking to find something truly inspirational, the Hanover League of NH Craftsmen Gallery Store is a unique shopping experience where we bring fine craft by talented craftspeople people from across the region to you.
CraftStudies at the Hanover League of NH Craftsmen offers you a year-round selection of classes, workshops and vacation camps in metal (jewelry or metal sculpture), clay (hand building and wheel throwing), basketry, felting, sewing, beading, Pysanky, and more. Beginner through advanced students, adult or child, will find a place here to learn and hone their crafting skills. Take a peek at our classes for adults, or camps and classes for kids.
Laundry basket in three days … what are your kids doing this summer?
student answer to the question How was your experience with the Discover Metals instructors? They were funny and entertaining, but still taught us tools, and materials, and to follow the rules!
SUMMER CLASSES FOR ADULTS AND CAMPS FOR CHILDREN!
June 25 – August 24, week-long camps for kids in metalsmithing, jewelry making, sewing, papier mache, metal casting and so much more …
For adults there is some space still available in introductory metalsmithing/jewelry making classes and workshops and in a mixed skills clay class. Check them out! Sign-up today!
13 Lebanon Street
Hanover, NH 03755
603 643 5384
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OUR MISSION: The mission of the League of NH Craftsmen is to encourage, nurture and promote the creation, use and preservation of fine contemporary and traditional craft through the inspiration and education of artists and the broader community.
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