The Academy Art Museum Craft Show will take place virtually October 16-18. In its 23rd year, the show will take on a new way to view — livestream! The juried craft show this year will featurey 40 artists from across the United States.
This year’s show will provide virtual programming giving participants a chance to meet and better understand the work of some of the Museum’s favorite craft show artists. The first of these Zoom meetings will be held on Thursdays, starting September 17 at 6 p.m. featuring Craft Show Artist Shana Kroiz who does jewelry design. Future Craft Show artists to be featured on Thursdays through October 15 include jewelry artist Amanda Hagerman who will show off her studio and new craft show artist Jennifer McBrien who will teach an embroidery class. In addition, this year’s Craft Show Visionary Artist is painter Katherine Mann who will be making a special installation in the cube where the Gamelatron used to be.
https://www.katherinemann.net/ There will also be a free family craft available.
Sponsors of the Craft Show at the $500 level and up will be invited to a special Preview Event on Friday, October 16 from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sponsors can also access the auction at 32auctions.com and buy items online before regular Craft Show participants. A video of the Visionary Artist will be premiered on the night of the Preview Event for sponsors only and released later for Craft Show participants.
To learn more about the Museum’s Virtual Craft Show 2020, visit academycraftshow.com or to go directly t the Show’s site, text CS2020 to 474747. Participants can register online beginning September 15, watch their favorite items, and register to stay informed right up to the final bidding on Sunday, October 18th at 8 p.m.
Please view the up-to-date schedule and virtual information on the website click here: https://www.academycraftshow.com/