The American Craft Show returns to San Francisco

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returns to San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture on Friday August 2 and runs through the weekend.

The Bay Area’s longest running craft show, it will feature 250 of the most exciting contemporary craft artists from around the country and showcase an exquisite range of products from handmade ceramics and fine jewelry to furniture and textiles.

More than just an exhibition, the show will also feature special programs unique to this year’s event including: “The Power of Scent”, which celebrates the artistry of fragrance and the innate power that scent has over our lives, spotlighting top Bay Area makers, designers and artisans including Sandoval, Tiger Lily Perfumery and Basik Candle; a food and craft marketplace, features flowers, wine and delectable bites and sips from Art Association Napa Valley, Bread Srsly and Tule Bakeshoppe, among others; and, Hip Pop, which celebrates emerging craft artists and includes exciting work from C’est Bon Clay & Cloth, Jenny Lemons, Nettle Studios and Chan + Krys.

, Friday & Saturday, August 2 & 3 from 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday, August 4 from 11 am – 5 pm at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, 2 Marina Blvd. Bldg. One day passes are $14, children under 12 are free. For tickets, click . Get five dollars off your ticket by using the following code at check out: CHD5OFF



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