American Craft Show, Atlanta 2020

Show Date(s)

March 13: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
March 14: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
March 15: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.


Cobb Galleria Centre

Two Galleria Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30339
United States

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Join us to shop the work of more than 250 diverse makers from around North America, carefully chosen for the quality of their work and impact in the creative economy. Explore hundreds of thousands of unique, handcrafted objects, each with a story you can take home with you.

Wholesale buyers

Click here to learn more about wholesale-buying opportunities at our shows.


Skip the lines and save money by buying your tickets online in advance through March 12.

  • One-day pass: $12 advance / $13 after March 12 (online and on site)
  • Free for ACC members and children 12 and under
  • Tickets are non-refundable


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Special Friday-evening admission

$5 after 5 p.m. for on-site ticket purchases only. No other discounts apply.

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A marketplace with impact

You don’t just shop at American Craft Shows. You celebrate making and connect to the craft community. As a national nonprofit, we’re investing in the future of craft – including you.

Let’s Make ATL creates space for cross-pollination

Get a feel for what’s local. Craft ecosystems come to life at our shows through hands-on opportunities to engage with artists about their making practices. Join us to experience regional entrepreneurial efforts and help grow craft in the marketplace. Let’s Make ATL features a variety of nonprofits, small-batch businesses, artists, and vendors.

Callanwolde Fine Arts Center


Georgia Association of Woodturners


South Carolina Arts Commission Pop-Up


Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance



ACC’s Bureau of Craft Information brings maker resources to you

Presented in collaboration with Schiffer Publishing, this mobile knowledge center gives showgoers an inspiring space to explore books and publications emerging in the craft field and access ACC’s digital archival resources.
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Hip Pop welcomes emerging artists into a community of exhibitors

This five-year track program is designed to provide an accessible pathway for emerging artists to take the next step in turning their craft into a livelihood. Hip Pop introduces 156 artists to the ACC marketplace each year, with the ACC underwriting portions of their expenses and supplying them with booth structures and support for the weekend. We also match Hip Pop artists with seasoned artists for a mentoring partnership.

In Atlanta, we’re excited to have 24 artists exhibiting through the program.


School-to-Market gives students invaluable marketplace experience

We open our shows to students in craft programs across the country to give them the practical insight and exposure to launch a successful practice after graduation. Check out this new wave of artists exploring their pathway to practice.


Pocosin Arts School of Fine Craft (Columbia, NC)



Tennessee Tech University (Cookeville, TN)





Craft matters – you matter to craft

As a national nonprofit, we work to grow craft’s impact, and we couldn’t do it without our members, donors, and program partners. When you support the ACC, you help create engaged marketplaces like this one along with other programs that help craft thrive.

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