In partnership with Dallas Market Center, the American Made Show marks its second year in showcasing the best of handcrafted new work by American studio artisans during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market. Better yet, its return engagement, on June 23-26, takes place in newly expanded space on the World Trade Center building’s twelfth floor.
Shopping is almost everything when it comes to attending Dallas Market Center’s Total Home & Gift Show, but it isn’t everything. You’ve still got to eat, right? The question is where?
Dallas Market Center has elected to make the American Made Show a main attraction in Dallas. 2016 is an important year and a great time…
“Celebration,” part of the ongoing Peabody Award-winning Craft in America series, marks the upcoming holiday season with an all-new hour premiering nationwide on PBS Friday, Dec. 11. The new episode examines the role craft plays in holiday customs.
A comprehensive listing of wholesale trade shows—happening now through October 2014.
Following long and successful retail careers, two well-known members of the arts community have closed their galleries and retired.
ArtPrize, the radically open international art competition decided by both public vote and expert jury, announced the winners of $500,000 in prizes in its seventh annual edition on Oct. 9 in Grand Rapids, Mich. Two $200,000 Grand Prizes were awarded, by public vote to the husband and wife duo Loveless PhotoFiber for “Northwood Awakening,” and by a jury of art experts to Kate Gilmore for her three-dimensional performance piece, “Higher Ground.”
Get out your 10-gallon hats, everybody, and polish up your most comfortable cowboy boots: in June, the American Made Show is heading to Dallas and we want you to come along!