THE AMERICAN CRAFT SHOW, San Francisco
August 3 – 5, 2018
Join us at the American Craft Show in San Francisco at the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture’s Festival Pavilion. This three-day event celebrates all things handmade with shopping, demonstrations, tastings, hands-on activities and festivities.
Kiss of the Wolf designer Lori Bacigalupi has close ties to San Francisco, as well as this show, which she’s participated in from the beginning. She returns, once again, with an exciting new line to share. This is your opportunity to meet her and experience this collection first-hand. The only way to see more of it would be to visit her studio. Lori will be joining more than 225 top contemporary jewelry, clothing, furniture and home décor artists at this exciting show. She hopes to see you, too.
The American Craft Show, San Francisco, began in 1966 and is the largest and most well known craft fair in America. It is a juried show with an outstanding collection of handcrafted works by America’s leading craftspeople. All work is available for purchase by the public and to the trade.
The American Craft Council is the country’s leading arts nonprofit cultivating a culture of making. After 75 years, their efforts span the nation, supporting professional makers, offering educational resources, spotlighting emerging artist and honoring master craftsmen. San Francisco is one of four American Craft Shows held annually. All four are juried marketplace shows. The other three are held in Baltimore, Atlanta and St. Paul.
Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, Festival Pavilion
2 Marina Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94123
Friday, August 3, 10 am to 6 pm
Saturday, August 4, 10 am to 6 pm
Sunday, August 5, 11 am to 5 pm