Are You An Arts & Crafts Groupie Yet?

No, I’m not talking about THAT kind of groupie. To my knowledge there isn’t an Arts and Crafts Movement band…yet (I play drums!). I’m talking about joining up with one of the handful of Arts and Crafts related societies and clubs across the country. From monthly discussion meetings to home and garden tours to special trips and more, these groups exist for people just like you — enthusiastic historians, collectors, business people, home owners and more, from every walk of life — with one common thread, your love of the Arts and Crafts Movement and Revival. Wonder where they’ve been all this time? Well, one may exist in your area! Below is a list of current societies and clubs that we are aware of. Know of others? Please do share this information with us so we can update our listings and spread the word! And if you see one in your area, check it out! You might just discover you have more alike with folks than just that one common Arts and Crafts thread…

Kansas City Bungalow Club

The Kansas City Bungalow Club is an advocacy, educational, and social organization dedicated to promoting the restoration and preservation of Kansas City’s early residential architecture, with an emphasis on the Arts and Crafts style.

5724 Harrison Street

Kansas City, MO 64110


[email protected]

Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York

The Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of the Arts and Crafts Movement through a schedule of lectures, symposia, tours and other educational programs.

PO Box 6035

Syracuse, NY 13217


[email protected]

Twin Cities Bungalow Club

The Twin Cities Bungalow Club is committed to preserving bungalows and other Arts and Crafts style homes of the era along with the neighborhoods they occupy; to learning their history; and to exploring the furnishings and decorative objects that filled them.

1136 James Avenue

St. Paul, MN 55105

[email protected]

Bungalow Society of Central Pennsylvania

The Bungalow Society of Central Pennsylvania is dedicated to preserving Bungalow and vintage homes and exploring the benefits of the Arts and Crafts Movement as they might be applied to contemporary times.

Harrisburg, PA


[email protected]

Colorado Arts and Crafts Society

The Colorado Arts and Crafts Society is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation and study of the Arts and Crafts Movement in Colorado. They promote this rich cultural heritage through annual events such as their Winter Symposium & Spring Show, Sale and Workshops.

c/o Boettcher Mansion

900 Colorow Road

Golden, CO 80401


[email protected]

St. Louis Arts and Crafts Society

Are you interested in St. Louis architecture from 1900 to 1940? St. Louis has a rich stock of Arts and Crafts architecture that is often overlooked. Please join the St. Louis Arts and Crafts Society if you are interested in learning more!

700 Bellerive Blvd.

St. Louis, MO 63111


[email protected]

CFA Voysey Society

The CFA Voysey Society has been founded to celebrate the work of the architect and designer Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857-1941), one of the leading figures in both the Arts and Crafts movement and its immediate successors.

Voysey House

Barley Mow Passage

Chiswick, London, ZZ W4 4PN

[email protected]

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society

The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society is an independent, non-profit making charity, established in 1973 to promote and encourage awareness of the Scottish architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Queen’s Cross Church

870 Garscube Road

Glagow, UK, ZZ G20 7EL

[email protected]

The William Morris Society in the UK

The Society, established in 1955, publishes a Journal, Newsletter and commentaries on all aspects of his work and runs a varied and interesting series of talks and visits throughout the year.

Kelmscott House

26 Upper Mall

Hammersmith, ZZ W6 9TA

[email protected]

The William Morris Society in the US

Founded in New York in 1971 as an affiliate of the UK William Morris Society, the William Morris Society in the United States strives to publicize the life and work of William Morris and his associates.

P. O. Box 53263

Washington, DC 20009

[email protected]