34th Annual American Craft Council Show in Baltimore to Feature Nation’s Top Contemporary Craft Artists Feb 25-28

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New 4-day format includes special show features and categories such as the new LAWN & GARDEN category, CRAFT4KIDS, GREENCRAFT, ALTCRAFT and a live demo stage.

More than 700 top contemporary craft artists will present their latest handmade works including one-of-a-kind furnishings, fine decorative items and clothing at the 34th annual American Craft Council Show in Baltimore, this weekend, February 25-28 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Through a rigorous jury process, master artisans from across the country were selected to participate in the event, which has long been a showcase for contemporary craft.

The largest, juried indoor craft show in the nation, The American Craft Council Show in Baltimore has something for everybody.

The American Craft Council Show in Baltimore
Thursday, February 25 – Sunday, February 28, 2010

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)

WHERE: Baltimore Convention Center, One West Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD

Make sure you check out new work from Baltimore’s own Sherry Insley, aka Dandelion Blu at Altcraft Booth 10!

Some Other Local Baltimore Crafters:
Juliet Ames- The Broken Plate Pendant Company
Danamarie Hosler- Greenstarstudio
Elisa Shere- Elisa Shere Jewelry,
Shannon Delanoy- Sweet Pepita,


About the American Craft Council: The American Craft Council’s mission is to champion craft. As a national, nonprofit public educational organization founded in 1943 by Aileen Osborn Webb, the Council actively promotes the understanding and appreciation of contemporary American craft through its bimonthly magazine American Craft, annual juried shows presenting artists and their work, leadership conferences, awards for excellence, research library, workshops and seminars. For additional information visit

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