Up until very recently, it seemed like the Museum of Arts and Design, previously known as the American Craft Museum, was losing its identity. The new name came to suggest a direction, which has never been fully defined. Now, the museum revives its true origins when turning its attention to crafted objects. A new show, which I have visited this morning, entitled "What Would Mrs. Webb Do? A Founder's Vision" comes to celebrate the legacy of its founder Eileen Osborn Webb (1892-1979), a philanthropist and patron who in 1956 established the museum, and along with founding the American Craft Council in 1939 and the School for American Crafts, she is definitely one of the key figures in making the American Studio Movement possible. The show included some fantastic objects from the postwar period, when the Movement was in its height. Bravo to the curator Jeannine Falino.