The Wisconsin Designer Crafts Council was established in 1916 and is the second oldest Fine Crafts Organization in the country, which speaks to its success. Check out our Historical Journey from inception to the present day. WDCC recognizes a responsibility to influence and provide support to multiple communities.
First and foremost, our members. We strive to assist them by providing opportunities to expose their work to the public. Most importantly, this is done through our premier Morning Glory Fine Craft Fair. In addition, members can display a portfolio of their work on this web site, participate in WDCC sponsored workshops and studio visits, enjoy the opportunity to submit work to exhibit at WDCC sponsored Morning Glory Gallery in the Marcus Center, network with other artists at WDCC events, and exhibit in our biennial members exhibit.
WDCC furthers its mission of outreach and support of the broader fine craft community by donating to cerf+.
Craft Emergency Relief Fund, a national organization which provides financial support to artists who have experienced a major setback due to illness, accident, fire, natural disaster, or other type of unexpected event. A portion of the proceeds from our annual silent auction go to support this cause. Click on the logo above for more insight into this organization, or here to read an account of how they helped one member of the arts community.
Wisconsin Designer Crafts Council 3900 West Brown Deer Road, Suite A PMB 130 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209