16th Annual Twin Cities 20th Century Design Show and Sale

Saturday September 26th and Sunday September 27th 2015

Minnesota State Fairgrounds at the Progress Center Building in St. Paul, Minnesota

16th Annual 20th Century Art and Design
Show and Sale
"From Mission to Modern"

The 16th Annual Twin Cities Arts and Crafts Show and Sale has a new name and a new look. The newly named Twin Cities 20th Century Art and Design Show "From Mission to Modern" is still the largest event in the Midwest showcasing mission furniture and accessories of the American Arts and Crafts Movement (1890 - 1920), but now will include other 20th Century movements including Art Moderne, Art Deco and Mid Century. It will still be held at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in the Progress Center Building on Saturday September 26th and Sunday September 27th, 2015. You'll find furniture, metalwork, pottery, textiles, art and lighting; everything from Stickley, Limbert, Roycroft, Rookwood and the esteemed Minneapolis Handicraft Guild. High quality reproductions will be for sale as well. Many of the nation's leading dealers will be on hand to answer questions and advise on how to decorate your home.

The show will also offer the highest quality 20th Century Design including pieces by Eames, Herman Miller, Knoll and much more.

A unique show, unlike anything the Twin Cities has seen before. The 16th Annual Twin Cities 20th Century Art and Design Show and Sale "From Mission to Modern" will offer the highest quality, and will certainly be a show talked about for a long time. All under one roof and one weekend only, Saturday September 26th from 9 am - 5 pm and Sunday September 27th from 11 am - 4 pm at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds Progress Center Building. Admission is only $7. For more information call 651-695-1902.

Directions

The show is located on the Minnesota State Fairgrounds at the Progress Center Building in St. Paul, Minnesota 55108. Located on Snelling Avenue at 1265 North Snelling Avenue. Coming from Interstate 94 from the east or west, exit on Snelling Avenue and head North approximately 3 miles. Take a left at the Main Entrance to the Minnesota State Fairgrounds(Dan Patch Avenue). After going through the main gate, take your first right and head north until you run into the Progress Center Building. Free Parking on the fairgrounds.



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Saturday Presentations:

All presentations will be given in the Progress Center Building. Free with paid admission to the show.

10:30 AM Saturday

Contemporary Coppersmithing in the Arts & Crafts Style

Master metalsmith Frank M. Glapa will give a brief overview of copperwork in the Arts & Crafts Movement, both historically and today. Frank will discuss how he became interested in working with copper and demonstrate some hammering techniques, most notably repousse (from the French to beat back). During the demonstration Frank will take questions from the audience so feel free to jump in with any questions you may have. 'I create original and custom designs in copper, hammered brass, nickel silver, silver and wood. I primarily work in the Arts & Crafts and Craftsman Style, inspired by the works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh from Glasgow Scotland, the Greene & Greene brothers and The Roycroft Art Metal Shop of The Roycrofters Guild of East Aurora, NY.'

Career Highlights

- 1st Annual Gustav Stickley Symposium at Craftsman Farms, Parsippany, NJ in 1996

- State of Illinois Artisan since 1996

- Exhibitor at Grove Park Inn Arts and Crafts Conference, Asheville, NC since 1998

- Master Roycroft Renaissance Artisan in Metal since 2003

- Plaques for Historic Chicago Bungalow Association Annual 'The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Awards' since 2005

 

11:30 a.m. Saturday

White Oak America's Most Useful Hardwood

This talk will explore the historic uses of the indigenous White Oak tree used in the making of early ships, wagons, barrels and furniture. The differences between plain sawn, rift and quartered will be discussed as wellas useful applications of each.

Finally, we will look at the current demand for white oak created by the revival of the arts and crafts movement and the Whiskey industry.

Dard Hunter III has been making quartersawn white oak frames for the past 20 years and has been involved in architectural restoration for most of his life. These interests combined have instilled a great appreciation for White Oak and further study of its history in America.

The grandson of legendary Roycrofter, Dard Hunter (1883-1966), he was immersed with the ideals of the arts and crafts movement from an early age and founded Dard Hunter Studios in 1995.


Dealer List

20th Century Art and Design
Newport, MN

Althea Maps and Prints
St. Paul, MN

Archive Edition Inc.
Hawthorne, CA
www.archiveedition.com

William Billsland
Cedar Rapids, IA

Boom Glass Art
Minneapolis, MN
www.boomglassart.wordpress.com

Carol Eppel Antiques
Stillwater, MN

Common Ground Pottery
Vero Beach, FL
www.ericolsonpottery.com

Craftsmen Hardware Co. Ltd
Marceline, MO
www.craftsmenhardware.com

Century Studios
St. Paul, MN
www.centurystudios.com

Christine L. Boone Antiques
Roscoe, IL

Clay Squared to Infinity
Minneapolis, MN
www.claysquared.com

Contes Antiques
Moorhead, MN

Cook Creek Woodworks
Cashton, WI

Dard Hunter Studios
Chillicothe, OH
www.dardhunter.com

David Heide Design Studio
Minneapolis, MN
www.DHDstudio.com

Dovetail Antiques
Deerfield, WI
www.dovetailantiques.com

Eastwood Gallery
St. Paul, MN
www.eastwoodgallery.com

FMG Designs
Chicago, IL
www.fmgdesigns.com

Ford Craftsman Studios
Mansfield, TX
www.fordcraftsman.com

Gallenberg Studio
White Lake, WI
www.gallenbergstudio.com

Heritage Tile
Oakpark, IL
www.heritagetile.com

Kindred Styles Antiques
Rock Island, IL
www.webteek.com/kindredstylesantiques

Lightworks
Rock Island, IL
www.lightworkslighting.com

Jim & Ellen Tyne
Dekalb, IL

Master Framers
St. Paul, MN
www.masterframers.com

MIDMODMADHAUS
Fargo, ND
www.midmodfargo.com

Minnesota Art Pottery Association

Nokomis Antiques
Minneapolis, MN

North Prairie Tileworks
Minneapolis, MN
www.handmadetile.com

Northtier Antiques
Duluth, MN

Oberkirsch Designs
Hillsboro, MO
www.tooledcopperart.com

Omforme
Minneapolis, MN
www.omformedesign.com

Phil Taylor Antiques
Ottumwa, IA
www.philtaylorantiques.com

Pottery Sales
Appleton, WI

Prairie Woodworking
Minneapolis, MN
www.prairie-woodworking.com

Pratt Clay Studio
Lake Geneva, WI
www.prattclaystudio.com

SALA Architects
Minneapolis, MN
www.SALAarc.com

SG Clocks
Moorhead, MN

Spinario Design
Minneapolis, MN
www.spinario.1stdibs.com

Stewart/Breidel
Minneapolis, MN

Stone Hollow Tile
Blaine, MN
www.stonehollowtile.com

Studio Niche
Cannon Falls, MN
www.studionichedesigns.com

T.R.Hawkinson
St. Paul, MN
www.trhltd.com

Turn of the Century Editions/The Parchment Press
Kalamazoo, MI
www.turnofthecenturyeditions.com

Twin City Mission
St. Paul, MN

Twin Cities Bungalow Club
Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN
www.bungalowclub.org


 

Accommodations

If you are staying in St. Paul area, we recommend staying at one of the following hotels.

Best Western Bandana Square
1010 Bandana Boulevard West
St. Paul, MN 55108
651-647-1637

Country Inn and Suites (Please Note: NEW location and new hotel)
2740 Snelling Avenue North
Roseville, MN 55113
651-628-3500

Courtyard Marriott
2905 Centre Pointe Drive
Roseville, MN 55113
651-746-8000

Fairfield Inn and Suites Marriott
3045 Centre Pointe Drive
Roseville, MN 55113
651-636-5800

Holiday Inn Express
2715 Long Lake Road
Roseville, MN 55113
800-451-7258 or 651-636-5800

Radisson
2540 Cleveland Avenue North
Roseville, MN 55113
651-636-4567

Residence Inn
2985 Centre Pointe Drive
Roseville, MN 55113
651-636-0680

Red Roof Inn (formerly the Roseville Super 8)
2401 Prior Avenue
Roseville, MN 55113
651-636-8888

For additional local information www.visitroseville.com