The American Craft Council Retail Show in Baltimore
More than 700 of the country's leading craft artists will gather under one roof to present their latest designer, handmade work at The American Craft Council Show in Baltimore, the largest juried, indoor craft show in the nation. The highest quality of handmade jewelry, furniture, clothing, home décor, and more, will be available for purchase at the Baltimore Convention Center, February 25-28, 2010.
LAWN & GARDEN: NEW in 2010, this category features artists who craft outdoor and lawn-specific furniture, décor, accessories and more.
CRAFT4KIDS: This category features artists who design objects especially for children and as family heirlooms.
GREEN CRAFT: Responding to pressing contemporary issues, this category highlights artists using found, recycled or green materials and sustainable techniques.
ALTCRAFT: This section features rising indie crafters whose work illustrates the innovative techniques and materials of the burgeoning new handmade movement, in a shared market-style space.
DEMO STAGE: Lively demonstrations, with topics ranging from ceramics, glass, fiber, jewelry and wood techniques, will be presented by local experts.
SCHOOL-TO-MARKET: The Council has invited two exceptional colleges – Savannah College of Art and Design and Rhode Island School of Design– to debut their top students' work at the show.
Baltimore Convention Center
One West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
RETAIL DATES AND SHOW HOURS
Thursday, February 25 (10 am - 6 pm)
Friday, February 26 (10 am - 9 pm)
Saturday, February 27 (10 am - 6 pm)
Sunday, February 28 (10 am - 5 pm)
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$15 per person
$25 for a two-day pass
$30 for a three-day pass
SPECIAL FRIDAY EVENING ADMISSION: $6 after 6pm. Onsite ticket purchases only. No discount offers apply.
$25 introductory new membership at the Show only
Children 12 and under free
American Craft Council members admitted free.