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Glass Work that is primarily glass, including blown glass, glass mosaics, glass beading, stained glass, glass sculpture, or glassware.
Jewelry Wearable personal adornments and accessories.
Metal Works created using base and precious metals, including alloys.
Paper Work produced using paper as the predominant material. Cellulose fibers from various plants materials that are either mechanically or chemically made, as well as handmade or manufactured into sheets.
Ceramics The shaping and firing of clay into vessels and objects. Includes earthenware, porcelain, brick, and sculpture.
Textile Cloth and objects produced using natural and artificial fibers that are woven, knit, crocheted, felted, knotted, netted, tufted, dyed, patterned, printed, and painted.
Wood Work that is created with the use of timber, planks, or pieces of lumber derived from trees.
Fashion Haute Couture, costume design, or other unique, handmade, and wearable art objects. (Not including jewelry).
Cross-Disciplinary Work that spans several material explorations.
Interior Design The art of aesthetically enhancing the interior of a building, including decor, furnishings, and furniture.
Fiber Arts Material consisting of natural or synthetic fiber and other components, such as fabric or yarn. It focuses on the materials and on the manual labor on the part of the artist as part of the works’ significance and prioritizes aesthetic value over utility.
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