Wide World of Craft
A blend of cultures and traditions old and new make Santa Fe an enchanting craft destination.
The Gears Are Turning
Once known for steel mills and factories, Cleveland is now a hardworking artisan hub.
Craft on the Coastline
Georgia’s Golden Isles feature a lively and growing community of makers to go along with the sunshine and waves.
The Lure of Lisbon
Why Lisbon should top your list of must-see craft destinations.
Mountain Made: Virginia Blue Ridge
In this corner of southwestern Virginia, tradition exists happily alongside thriving contemporary artisan communities.
The Good Life
Cozy and laid-back, Copenhagen is a must-visit for foodies, designers, makers, and others with a keen sense of style.
Charlotte, North Carolina: Can-Do Community
As skyscrapers rise, makers work to keep the city’s cultural spirit intact.
Istanbul: Labor of Love
In a changing city, it takes passion and innovation to preserve time-honored traditions.
Practical Magic: Portland, Maine
Makers in this down-to-earth New England city mix common sense with playfulness.
Cape Calm: Door County, Wisconsin
Door County, Wisconsin, has a little bit of everything: state parks with scenic trails, a rich maritime history, cherry orchards, and craft artists galore.
Stay Awhile: Halifax, Nova Scotia
This maritime city attracts makers with its affordability – and keeps them with its vibrant arts scene.
Hand in Hand: Fort Collins, Colorado
The neighborly charm of this quaint city makes for a convivial craft scene.
Citywide: Omaha, Nebraska
From established arts districts to fledgling venues, the craft scene in this Midwestern city is booming.
The sun-drenched landscape of this California city is a draw for the rich and famous – and a magnet for artists.
Bohemian Rhapsody: Olympia, Washington
At about 50,000 residents, Olympia, Washington, supports an outsize arts scene.
North Star: Oslo
The Norwegian capital is gathering steam as an international hub of craft.
Come As You Are
Packed with artists, the casual Smoky Mountain city is a mecca for craft connoisseurs.
Island Enclave: San Juan, Puerto Rico
In this sunny Caribbean city, traditional crafts remain a contemporary practice.