Craft School Art Sale

The exhibition “Craft School” took place at the Shelter in Place Gallery in Boston July 20-26, 2020, in support of The Black School. The Craft School Art Sale is inspired by the excellent Art for Philadelphia model. The sale is now closed. 


The Black School is an experimental art school teaching Black/PoC students and allies to become agents of change through art workshops on radical Black politics and public interventions that address local community needs. The Black School was founded by Joseph Cuillier III and Shani Peters in 2016, socially engaged artists, designers, and educators working at the intersections of K-12/university teaching, art, design, and activism. All programming at The Black School is designed around their core principles of Black Love, self-determination, and wellness.

Shelter in Place is a miniature-scale gallery where 1 inch = 1 foot. Started by artist Eben Haines during the global coronavirus pandemic, it is a way to support artists and audiences while most other art spaces are closed.


All sales are final. The artists retain all copyrights to their work across all formats, in perpetuity.