CANCELED: American Craft Show in Atlanta

CANCELED: American Craft Show in Atlanta

Published on Wednesday, March 11, 2020.
Members at an American Craft Show

In response to the developing situation surrounding COVID-19 and with everyone's health in mind, we have decided to cancel the American Craft Show in Atlanta, originally scheduled for March 13 – 15. Please know that we do not make this decision lightly. On Monday, the world was in a different state than it is now. We hope to have your continued support as we work hard to do what is best for the health and safety of our artists and the general public. We apologize for the disruption in plans that this change may cause and hope to have your continued support as we move forward.

Please refer to the Georgia Department of Public Health website and the City of Atlanta’s website for local information regarding COVID-19:


Three ways to support our artists in lieu of the show

The American Craft Council's mission is to support makers in their practice and to connect you with the best craft being made today. Now is an important time to support artists' livelihoods and stay inspired.


If you already purchased a ticket to the show

While the ticket policy states that tickets are non-refundable, we still want you to have the chance to see our artists next year. All paid tickets will be transferred to next year's show instead of being canceled. If you purchased a ticket, you will receive a new ticket for next year's Atlanta show in an email from Eventbrite before the end of this year.

Thank you for your understanding with this difficult decision to cancel the Atlanta show.

Last updated: March 11, 2020. This page may be updated. Please check back regularly, as contents are subject to change.