Join the Museum of Craft and Design’s Curator Ariel Zaccheo and Education Director Charlotte Jones for a virtual tour of current exhibitions “Design by Time”and “Encoded Holidays: Gary Hutton x Tom Bonauro”. Design by Time explores how the dynamic passage of time can be embodied within design objects. Instead of being stable and obdurate, the works brought together here embody durational movement. Some designers embrace natural and mechanical processes—the growth of plant materials, the pull of gravity, the transformational potential of fire. Some translate temporal activities into visual forms, such as music and drawing. Examples come from many sectors of the design world: textiles, carpets, vessels, lighting fixtures, fashion, clocks, and furniture for example. Encoded Holidays: Gary Hutton x Tom Bonauro advances material innovations and graphic design virtuosity while managing to be joyful, expressive, and relentlessly new. Each year features different, unexpected materials like graphite, aluminum, brushes, or glass to establish an elided visual language embedded with mystery and wintery feeling.