Come celebrate American Craft Week in Western North Carolina

What's happening in 2020 for American Craft Week?

That's a great question!  At this time virtual events are being planned, with the hope of safe, in-person options.  Stay tuned - American Craft Week will take place October 2-11!


 At this time the 2020 WNC participants include:

Grovewood Village                                                                                      Asheville
111 Grovewood Rd, Asheville, NC • Visit website

Grovewood Village is located in the former weaving and woodworking complex of Biltmore Industries. Today, the historic property is home to Grovewood Gallery, working artist studios, the Biltmore Industries Homespun Museum, Golden Fleece restaurant, and Asheville’s only antique car museum.

 Majik Studios                                                                                               Asheville
207 Coxe Avenue, Studio #13, Asheville, NC • Visit website 

The Village Potters Clay Center                                                                Asheville
191 Lyman Street, #180, Asheville, NC • Visit websiteJump to events page

Yummy Mud Puddle                                                                                   Burnsville
264 CLEAR VIEW LANE, Burnsville, NC • Visit websiteJump to events page

We are artist owners of the Yummy Mud Puddle in Burnsville, NC. John Richards is an extremely mixed media artist and Claudia Dunaway is a printmaker working primarily in woodblock prints. Our studios will be open as well as our gallery during ACW.

Click here for a short video of American Craft Week in Western North give you a preview of what to expect and enjoy!

You can also keep up with Western NC events year round on Facebook!

Our American Craft Week in Western NC group worked on a few videos to tell our story of the rich craft heritage in our region.  See the Craft Heritage of WNC video here.

 We look forward to celebrating American Craft Week with you this year!