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Touch, feel, and explore high-quality American craft — plus meet the artisans behind the work at this years American Craft Council Baltimore show —  our three-day celebration of all things handmade! More than 600 of the top contemporary jewelry, clothing, furniture, and home décor artists from across the country will be there. Don’t miss the Hip Pop pop-up shops featuring fresh finds from emerging artists; the Let’s Make Inspiration Stations -where show goers can participate in the process of making; the Make Room, Modern Design Meets Craft vignettes designed by local designers and our new fashion program Style Slam.

ON-SITE ADMISSION $14 one-day pass; children 12 and under FREE

To order tickets – craftcouncil.org/baltimore

BLAIS_LAUREN_471502-5 copy 3Earrings by Lauren Blais

Other Information:
SHOW DATES AND HOURS
Friday, Feb. 19: 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 20: 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 21: 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

LOCATION
The Baltimore Convention Center is at One West Pratt Street.

New for 2016! You may enter the show one of two ways: Our main entrance is on the corner of Pratt and Charles streets. We will have a second entrance and box office open on the corner of Pratt and Howard streets.

SPAKE_THOMAS_471878-1-copyThomas Spake


ADVANCE TICKETS

Save time and money by purchasing your tickets online.
$14 one-day pass
$34 three-day pass

ON-SITE ADMISSION
$16 one-day pass
$36 three-day pass
FREE for American Craft Council members and children 12 and under

Join the ACC and get in free!

SPECIAL FRIDAY EVENING ADMISSION
Get into the show for just $5 after 5 p.m. Sorry, no other discounts apply.

Top Image: Arza Gilad

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