Participants & Events


3800 Vista Oaks Drive, Martinez, CA • Visit website

None planned yet. We can use suggestions.

Penn's Place

New Castle

206 Delaware Street, New Castle, DE • Visit websiteJump to events page

Located in the heart of downtown Historic New Castle this quaint, circa 1682 building, is now a cozy corner for coffee, conversation, buying art and gifts made by local artisans, taking art classes and enjoying weekly LIVE Entertainment. Last year we won ACW's "Best Local Artists' Event"- AWESOME!

Blue Mangrove Gallery

Marco Island

1089 N Collier Blvd #417, Marco Island, FL • Visit website

Handcrafted Gift Gallery with a flair for contemporary, traditional & whimsical. Something for everyone from Artisan jewelry, hand blown glass, functional ceramic, woman's handbags, children's goods, locally crafted accent furniture & so much more. Visit our website & face book page for specials.

237 W Broadway St, Frankfort, KY • Visit website

Completely Kentucky is excited to celebrate the amazing work of our fellow Kentuckians during American Craft Week. We will be highlighting different media and styles of work during the ACW. Come explore our store, munch on Kentucky Proud gourmet treats and take home a piece of original art!

110 North Main Street, Franklin, KY • Visit website

Cumberland Crafts


Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Visitor Center, Middlesboro, KY • Visit website

Cumberland Crafts at the Visitor Center features fine traditional and contemporary crafts all made by mountain artists. Cumberland also hosts special events and craft demonstrations throughout the year.


Belle Grove Road, Prairieville, LA • Visit website

wood sculpting and carving of wood art and fine art boxes with a Louisiana Cajun and Art Deco influence. We participate in shows in the Southern USA

430 Sunnyside Drive, Reno, NV • Visit website

Reno Open Studios is Northwestern Nevada’s window into the creative worlds of incredibly talented visual artists. Our mission is to provide an opportunity for the community to witness the creative process in transforming raw materials into unique works of art.

New Jersey

The Depot

Midland Park

22 Prospect Street, Midland Park, NJ

473 Watchung Avenue, Montclair, NJ • Visit websiteJump to events page

Juried, professional fine artists, fine crafters, photographers and speciality food vendors display and sell their unique work in beautiful Brookdale Park.

North Carolina

Milepost 382 Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville, NC • Visit website

Allanstand is the oldest continuously operating craft shop in the United States. It was started by Presbyterian missionary Frances Goodrich in 1897 in Madison County, NC. The shop eventually moved to downtown Asheville in 1908, and to its current home at the Folk Art Center in 1980.

10 N Spruce St Steve 120, Asheville , NC • Visit website

Guild Crafts


930 Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC • Visit website

A neighborhood tradition, built in 1955 by Ralph Morris Sr. for Stuart Nye and the Southern Highland Craft Guild, a pair of stone houses stand as a monument where time-honored traditions continue. Guild Crafts continues as a craft shop offering the finest handmade crafts including jewelry, pottery, baskets, ironwork, glass, fiber and much more.

Haw Creek Forge


2000 Riverside Drive, #6, Asheville, NC • Visit website

To be decided.

191 LYMAN ST #165, Asheville, NC • Visit website

26 Lodge St., Asheville, NC • Visit website

The gallery in Biltmore Village is the newest Southern Highland Craft Guild shop, selling a wide range of work including pottery, glass, wood, jewelry, fiber, metal, paper, mixed media and natural materials. Learn about the rich craft heritage of the region, and artists who are stretching the boundaries of their craft with modern, innovative techniques.

Milepost 382 Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville, NC • Visit website

An educational, non-profit organization that was founded in 1930 for the
purpose of creating a network and market for mountain craftspeople. Today,
guild membership stands at more than 900 artists from a nine-state region in
the Southern Highlands.

67 Broadway Street, Asheville, NC • Visit website

On display October 2015, 'Made in WNC' examines the legacy of craft-based industry (textiles, pottery, and furniture) in Western North Carolina and their influence on today's artists and designer-makers.

Benchspace Gallery
free, open to the public
check Website for details
Tue -Sat 10 am-6 pm

PO BOX 507, , Asheville, , NC • Visit website

The Asheville Area Arts Council is the collective voice for the arts in Buncombe County, North Carolina. We are partnering with our local organizing team to help produce and promote American Craft Week events in Buncombe County.

Mica Gallery


34 North Mitchell Avenue, Bakersville, NC • Visit website

We are a cooperative gallery of fine crafts. We promote our individual members as fine craft artists year round and make a special push during ACW. In store, website, and social media platforms are utilized to bring a greater understanding of how craft enhances one's life.

Seven Sisters Gallery

Black Mountain

117 Cherry St, Black Mountain, NC • Visit website

We are an American Craft Gallery

Milepost 294, Blue Ridge Parkway, Blowing Rock, NC • Visit website

Parkway Craft Center is one of six shops of the Southern Highland Craft Guild and features work from over 300 Southern Appalachian craftspeople. Work on display includes clay, glass, leather, fiber, jewelry, wood, natural materials, paper and metal.

Yummy Mud Puddle


264 CLEAR VIEW LANE, Burnsville, NC • Visit website

The Yummy Mud Puddle includes John D. Richards, an extremely mixed media sculptor, Claudia Dunaway, potter, and Kathryn Lynch who works with textiles. Located just outside of Burnsville, we also offer a "handmade" vacation rental for visitors to the crafts of area of Western North Carolina.



14 South Main Street, Marshall, NC • Visit website

Flow is a fine craft gallery in the little river town of Marshall, NC offering local and regional handcraft in pottery, jewelry, clothing,
body care, furniture and woodwork, woven and quilted items, painting, photography, sculpture, and stationery and book arts.

Last year, our event "Synesthesia," an exploration of the influence of the senses in artmaking, won recognition for Most Innovative Event.

6148 Peniel Rd, Tryon, NC • Visit website

Tyson Graham is a potter living and working in Tryon, NC, under the mentorship of Claude and Elaine Graves of Little Mountain Pottery.

Crescent Moon


24 N Front Street, Wilmington, NC • Visit website

Crescent Moon is a retail gallery of Craft and Hand Made in the USA products. We support and showcase artists nationally. During Craft Week we will plan several educational events highlighting local and regional artists active in our gallery.

43 Furnace Street, Akron, OH • Visit website

We are a small tw0-person clay studio producing one-of-kind functional and decorative pieces.
We also have a gallery connected to our studio that features our work and the work of about a dozen other artists.

101 E. Alex Bell Rd., #172, Dayton, OH • Visit websiteJump to events page

ZIG ZAG Gallery is an American craft & clothing gallery who is proud to have participated in ACW each year! Our primary event each year is an annual Empty Bowls fundraiser to benefit the Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF). In addition we will have a pottery demonstration & featured local artists.

Art On Symmes

Fairfield Hamilton

1000 Symmes Rd 228 High St, Fairfield Hamilton, OH • Visit website

In conjunction with our annual Pumpkin Festival. Lots of artists on hand all weekend


Village Artisans Gallery

Boiling Springs

321 Walnut Street, Boiling Springs, PA • Visit websiteJump to events page

The Village Artisans Gallery is making plans for an exciting week of events highlighting Pennsylvania craft artists during our sixth year of participating in American Craft Week!

28 S Main St, New Hope, PA • Visit website

201 Washington St, Reading, PA • Visit website

Rhode Island

2007 Broad Street, Cranston, RI • Visit website

Art and Soul Gifts offers unique,handcrafted gifts and home decor created by over 175 American artists and artisans. We celebrate ACW each year by focusing our gallery exhibits on local artists and offering activities that foster artistic expression.

South Carolina

Smith Galleries

Hilton Head Island

1000 William Hilton Parkway, J11 The Village at Wexford, Hilton Head Island, SC • Visit websiteJump to events page

Celebrate American Craft with a 20% savings on one item in the media focus of the day at Smith Galleries. See for details



576 Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN • Visit website

Arrowcraft is the oldest gift shop in Gatlinburg, TN. As one of the Southern Highland Craft Guild shops, it continues the tradition of presenting fine regional crafts. This historic shop sells the best crafts from a nine-state region - weaving, basketry, pottery, woodcarving, glass, and toys.

106 Main St., Brattleboro, VT • Visit website

Vermont Artisan Designs is a contemporary fine art and craft gallery featuring the works of more than 300 artists and artisans. It has been a participant in American Craft Week since the start of ACW. VAD serves as an information center for the Vermont Crafts Council's Fall Open Studio Weekend.

Po Box 444, Crozet, VA • Visit website

Celebrating 35 years in 2015, the Crozet Arts and Crafts Festival is a bi-annual juried event featuring over 120 fine artists and artisans from around the country. Our fall Festival takes place October 10-11 at Claudius Crozet Park in historic Crozet, Virginia.

110 B Bacon Ave, Williamsburg, VA • Visit website

We are a full working studio that provides space and equipment to other artist who do not have a studio to work in.

We are also a Gallery that specializes in Folk and Outsider art, along with Antique books, Maps and prints.

1430 High Street #709, Williamsburg, VA • Visit websiteJump to events page


West Virginia

3310 Piedmont Road, Charleston, WV • Visit website

Our mission is to advocate and expand artisan entrepreneurship to create a vibrant economy for West Virginia. We do this by developing and training artists and artisans, providing them with business development skills, exploring new markets, and communicating success stories.

W341N6950 Northern Lights Drive, Oconomowoc, WI • Visit website

Thomas William Furniture is a small business owned by Tom and Linda Dumke in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Tom is the furniture maker who designs and hand crafts solid wood furniture; traditional with a modern flare. We joined ACW in 2014 and had a Open Studio in celebration of American Craft week.

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