the Guild represents over 180 artists juried into the organization based on his or her original work. The craftsmen’s work must reflect a mastery of technique and originality of design. Our members work includes the following media: basketry, clay, fiber, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, wood, furniture, printmaking, photography, 2-D and 3-D mixed media.
Now in its 55th year, Craft + Design is a museum-quality show that has garnered a reputation for showcasing the finest in contemporary craft.Shoppers spend the weekend browsing the work of over 150 artists from across the country. Awards are presented in ceramics, precious metals, glass, wood and recycled materials, contemporary design, innovative use of traditional craft materials and fiber.
Craft + Design will take place November 22-24, 2019 at Main Street Station’s renovated train shed.
In this class over 2 weekends students will learn basic woodworking skills such as milling rough sawn lumber and how to cut simple joinery with the appropriate tools to build a stool that we will later cover with the classic mid-century-modern technique of Danish paper cord weaving.
Delight in fine art created by 130 of the nation's best artists, live entertainment and Bethesda restaurants.
Located in Bethesda's Woodmont Triangle, along Norfolk, Auburn & Del Ray Avenues.
Admission to the festival is FREE and free parking is available in the public parking garage on Auburn Avenue. This event is held rain or shine.
**The Bethesda Fine Arts Festival was ranked #69 on the 200 Best Shows by Sunshine Artist Magazine in September 2018.
The most prestigious juried show of fine American crafts in the country, the 37th annual Smithsonian Craft Show is not to be missed! On display and for sale—works from 120 artists representing all facets of contemporary design and craft—basketry, ceramics, decorative fiber, furniture, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media, paper, wearable art, and wood. Serious collectors and casual visitors will find one-of-a-kind works of art in all price ranges.
Howard Alan Events is proud to bring the nation’s top artists to the country’s most upscale zip code during the Chevy Chase / Washington, DC National Fine Art Festival. Located along the pedestrian-friendly walks of the Shops at Wisconsin Place, this special showcase is situated on Wisconsin and Western, bordering both Washington, DC and Chevy Chase, MD and includes a Friday set-up for the artists. The Shops at Wisconsin Place is a high end retail and dining district featuring an exciting collection of stores and restaurants.
In this 4-day class students will learn basic woodworking skills such as milling rough sawn lumber and how to cut simple joinery with the appropriate tools to build a stool that we will later cover with the classic mid-century-modern technique of Danish paper cord weaving.
This year’s tour boasts 112 artists in 68 studios, plus 7 galleries, all welcoming seeking a Journey of the Arts.
The exhibition showcases works from fifteen Arrowmont instructors – professional working artists and university faculty from across the nation. These works represent the diversity of materials, techniques and artists who visit Arrowmont to teach their craft.
You will find talented artists handpicked by a select jury for their DIY chops and singular vision. There'll be surprises at every booth including unique homegoods, clothing, punk-rock baby clothes, handcrafted jewelry, plush toys, DIY kits, screen-printing, original art, locally produced food, and much more!
The Indie Craft Parade is a festival of handmade art. Its a gathering of the best makers in the South under one roof and the public in invited to come enjoy art in a whole new way. From food, music and giveaways at our opening night gala, to artisan coffee, designer temporary tattoos and a free photo booth all weekend, the festival is an experience created complement the artisanal goods on display.
a class for women, to give them an introduction to the various tools and processes involved in woodworking without having "them men" around