AMERICAN CRAFT COUNCIL HOLIDAY CRAFT HOP

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When:
December 2, 2017 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
2017-12-02T12:00:00-06:00
2017-12-02T17:00:00-06:00
Where:
Grain Belt Brew House
1224 Marshall St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
USA

Shop the best in handmade holiday gifts at the American Craft Council’s Holiday Craft Hop, sponsored by RSP Architects. This year, the American Craft Council has partnered with the Minnesota Jewelry Arts Guild (MNJAG) and A Conspiracy of Strange Girls to co-curate a market of more than 60 Minnesota artists and vendors at the historic Grain Belt Brew House in northeast Minneapolis.

For a complete roster of participating artists and vendors, visit craftcouncil.org/crafthop. 

When
Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017
ACC Member Hour: 11 a.m. – noon
Open to the Public: Noon – 5 p.m.

Location
Grain Belt Brew House
1224 Marshall Street NE
Minneapolis, MN  55413

The Grain Belt Brew House is wheelchair accessible. This event is free and open to the public.

Artists and Vendors

Invited by ACC: Annika Jewelry, Celina Kane, Hark Weber Handmade Shoes, Lindsay Locatelli, Makwa Studio, NPW Woodworks, Polka Dot Club, Silvercocoon, and more.

Invited by MNJAG: Beth Novak, Bridget Clark, Cheryl Shohet Designs, EC Design, Elements Jewelry Design, Jacqueline J. Gerhardt Jewelry, Jenny Levernier, Juan Fried, Karin Jacobson, Marisa Martinez Jewelry, Rebecca Wicklund, Sarah C. Chapman, Sheila Bayle, Solid Design Studios, Susan Panciera, Vikse Designs, and more.

Invited by A Conspiracy of Strange Girls: Alexa McAdams, Ann Erickson, Betty Jäger, Black Banjo Arts, BMF Jewelry, Black Spoke Leather Co, Brindle Bag Co., Cabinet of Curious Clay, KFG Apparel, Kindred Folk, Lowwbones, Meg Brown Ceramics, mrrrlln artistries, Nest & Tesselate, Owl & Lark, Stranger Stitchery, WreckCycled, and more.

Invited by RSP Architects: Kari’s Kreations, 4 Angels Creations, and Willy Dawydenko

Additional Vendors: Tandem Vintage, The Beez Kneez, Mademoiselle Miel, Red Table Meat Co. & Lone Grazer, Sweetwater Soaps, Triple Crown Organic BBQ Sauces, and more.

About the American Craft Council
No one understands the world of artful living better than the American Craft Council. The national, nonprofit educational organization has been shaping the artisanal craft movement for decades, serving as a craft chronicler, tastemaker, convener, and provocateur through its magazine American Craft, annual juried shows presenting artists and their work, thought leadership conferences, awards for excellence, and research library. For further information, visit craftcouncil.org.
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