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American Craft Made for the Baltimore show this winter is now accepting artist applications until Monday, August 23, 2021. To apply, visit https://bit.ly/3x4E4Y8. Photo Credit: ClipArt.com

American Craft Made (formerly American Craft Shows) is a series of marketplace events produced by the American Craft Council (ACC), a national nonprofit dedicated to supporting craft and its artists.

In-person, with an added online component, American Craft Made marketplaces will be in Baltimore, February 11-13, 2022, at the Baltimore Convention Center, and at the Saint Paul River Centre, October 7-9, 2022.

These prestigious shows are open to artists from across the country creating work that reflects the diversity of contemporary craft (generally a three-dimensional form of art) and together draw 25,000 attendees on average and generate an estimated $6.4M in artist retail sales.

Artists can apply online before August 23, 2021 to participate in these opportunities where they can share their stories and sell their work to American Craft Council’s focused audience of craft enthusiasts.

American Craft Made for the Baltimore show this winter is now accepting artist applications until Monday, August 23, 2021. The cost to apply is only $45. To apply, visit https://bit.ly/3x4E4Y8.

For details on artist applications and booth information, visit: https://bit.ly/3zC6GcW

“We know the pandemic has created huge challenges for artists, and we’re committed to reviving our industry,” says Keona Tranby, marketing director of the ACC.

“ACC has a long history of promoting and mentoring artists, and we’re proud to lead the way back to major in-person art marketplaces.”

To learn more about why an artist would want to join ACC’s prestigious community of artists and to learn more about the Baltimore marketplace, visit: https://bit.ly/2WmuDXc.