The exhibition "Designed for Production: The Craftsman's Approach" was shown at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts from March 6 through May 3, 1964. The exhibition was assembled to give focus to careers related to designing for industry and studio production of limited editions. With the emphasis on the home furnishings field, forty-one designers and makers were profiled with examples of work. Among those featured were Dorothy Liebes’s and Jack Lenor Larsen’s textile designs, Joel Philip Myers' glass designs for the Blenko Glass Co., and Jack Prip metal forms for Reed and Barton. Limited production studios included George Nakashima and David Gill. Curated by Paul J. Smith with staff assistance, the exhibition toured nationally under the auspices of the American Federation of Arts.