American Craft Made
American Craft Made
American Craft Made marketplaces bring craft artists and their work to you from across the country. Join us annually in Baltimore and St. Paul, Minnesota, to discover beautiful handmade pieces and hear the story of how they were made straight from the person who made them.
Formerly known as our American Craft Shows, American Craft Made is a nonprofit ACC program designed to support artists in their practice and connect people to craft.
Save the Date for Our 2023 Baltimore Marketplace
American Craft Made / Baltimore will take place March 3–5, 2023, at the Baltimore Convention Center. Please plan to join us next year!
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Discover craft artists throughout the year—wherever you are!
Browse profiles of over 150 ACC-endorsed artists throughout the year in our new American Craft Made Online Artists Directory. Learn about the artists and the story of their craft practice through Q&As, studio tours, and more. You’ll also be able to buy artists’ work right from the Directory during online shopping pop-ups happening three times per year.
Add directory.craftcouncil.org to your bookmarks and start discovering exciting craft today.
Thanks to everyone who joined us in St. Paul!
View Information About Our St. Paul Marketplace
Browse Artists Participating in This Marketplace
Explore Local Creativity
Discover work from community partners that showcases the vision and uniqueness of craft from the Minnesota region.
COVID-19 Policy for American Craft Made / St. Paul
The safety of our artists, staff, and guests is our top priority as we return to St. Paul this fall. ACC will be implementing the following policy for our American Craft Made marketplace to minimize the risk and spread of COVID-19. Our safety protocols are subject to change as federal, state, and city recommendations evolve. Updated July 8, 2022.
- For Attendees – While COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters are highly recommended for individuals attending events, we do not plan to require vaccination status (nor require a negative COVID-19 test for those unvaccinated) to attend American Craft Made / St. Paul.
Masks are strongly recommended for all attendees, artists, and staff.
- For Exhibiting Artists – We will continue to follow vaccination requirement protocols to mitigate risk and create a safe work space for artists and staff. We are requiring that all exhibitors show proof of a completed COVID-19 vaccination upon check in at the show. Proof of vaccination may include a physical card—or a photo of a complete vaccination card—that matches the artist or visitor’s ID and with their final dose dated at least 14 days prior to the event. View the latest CDC vaccine guidelines.
Again, masks are strongly recommended for all attendees, artists, and staff.
Code of Conduct
ACC is dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming experience for everyone. We do not tolerate harassment or discrimination in any form. Attendees are responsible for knowing and abiding by our Code of Conduct.
Let us know if you are experiencing harassment, or have any other concerns. Reports can be made directly to ACC staff, by email to [email protected], or anonymously via our Code of Conduct page.
Photos, audio, and video taken at this event
By participating in American Craft Made, you consent to being photographed, filmed, or otherwise recorded for use by ACC in any and all media (current and future).
Special Thanks to Our St. Paul Marketplace Sponsors
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund. This activity is supported, in part, by the City of Saint Paul Cultural Sales Tax Revitalization Program.