41st Annual Fall Tennessee Craft Fair: Call for Artists

Celebrating the Hand Crafted Tradition.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 30, 2019) – Artists from across the United States are invited to apply for the 41st Annual Fall Tennessee Craft Fair hosted on the front lawn of Centennial Park this October 11, 12, and 13. The application fee is $35 and the deadline to apply is July 15, 2019.

Apply via Zapplication: https://www.zapplication.org/event-info.php?ID=7331.

The Tennessee Craft fair offers many benefits to artist participants, including 24-hour security, convenient load-in and out directly behind their booth (weather permitting), and complimentary breakfast and parking, along with professional advertising and promotion. Additionally, each fair welcomes a new jury panel.

Tennessee Craft is excited to present unique American handmade craft from juried and award-winning artists nationwide. The fall fair is also a keystone event during the Tennessee Craft Week celebration of craft.

Tennessee Craft fairs are the premier outdoor events for artists to showcase and sell their work by connecting to the community and demonstrating their craft knowledge. One of two signature fairs, held each spring and fall, the Tennessee Craft Fall Fair is the largest craft fair of its caliber in the region, serving approximately 45,000 visitors in Nashville’s high-traffic midtown park. Through the fairs and a robust calendar of year-round programs, Tennessee Craft continues to inspire future generations of craft artists and collectors.

For more information, please call 615.736.7600 or email fairs@tennesseecraft.org.


About Tennessee Craft:

Tennessee Craft, formerly The Tennessee Association of Craft Artists (TACA), works to continue and create Tennessee’s fine craft tradition. With more than 500 members throughout the state, Tennessee Craft serves as the premier connecting point for local, independent makers and their audiences through Craft Fairs, exhibitions, professional development, networking, mentorship, and other educational programs. Visit tennesseecraft.org to learn more.