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PAST EVENTS

AUGUST 19-21, 2011
SLOTIN FOLK FEST
Norcross, GA

The world's largest folk art show & sale hosting 100 galleries & dealers from around the nation specializing in Self-taught Art, Outsider Art, Folk Art and Southern Folk Pottery & Anonymous Antique Folk Art.
North Atlanta Trade Center
1700 Jeurgens Court
Norcross, Georgia 30093


SEPTEMBER 10-11, 2011
RENEGADE CRAFT FAIR
Chicago, Illinois

The Renegade Craft Fair will once again take over Division Street in Wicker Park for its 9th Annual Chicago Fair on September 10 + 11 from 11am-7pm! Always free-to-attend, ChicagoÕs biggest and best indie-craft event will feature over 300 of todayÕs brightest makers of handmade goods, live entertainment, hands-on crafting workshops and so much more! Food, beverages and libations will also be available! At the Renegade Craft Fair you can expect to find only the best indie-craft and DIY artisans! Featuring both local and national talent, shoppers can anticipate a vast array of independently designed jewelry, clothing, paper goods, home + garden goods, posters, artwork, plush objects, bath + body products, and so much more!!.

SEPTEMBER 16-18, 2011
RHYTHM AND ROOTS REUNION
Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia

Yee-Haw will head up the road to the Tennessee/Virginia state line for the eleventh year of this festival, commemorating the historic Bristol recording sessions of Ralph Peer in 1927. It was here that the voices of Jimmie Rodgers, The Carter Family, Ernest "Pop" Stoneman, Uncle Dave Macon, and the West Virginia Coon Hunters were first recorded and released.

OCTOBER 15-16, 2011
KENTUCK FESTIVAL
Northport, Alabama

The Kentuck Festival, nationally recognized for its quality and diversity, celebrates a variety of artistic styles ranging from folk to contemporary arts as well as traditional crafts. Each of the 250+ artists participating in the Festival is either invited as a guest artist or is juried based on the quality and originality of their work. The guest artists are nationally recognized folk and visionary artists whose powerful visual images continue to capture national and international acclaim. Myrtice West, Annie Tolliver Turner, Lonnie Holley, Butch Anthony and Charlie Lucas are among the self-taught artists Kentuck has been honored to showcase. The Kentuck Festival of the Arts takes place the third weekend in October every year.


OCTOBER 20-23
LEAF FESTIVAL
Black Mountain, NC

LEAF is one of the treasured fall traditions for families and friends across the southeast and beyond the weekend of October 20th-23rd at Camp Rockmont in Black Mountain. LEAF appropriately will be falling on the “PEAK LEAF” weekend, and the fall colors complement the stunning beauty of Lake Eden with Mt. Mitchell standing tall in the distance. A weekend at LEAF is the equivalent of going on a year-long multi-cultural music, arts, dance, and outdoor adventures journey, which “recharges our batteries”. A few aspects that make LEAF “one of the best fests in the country” [re: Johnny Irion] is the FAMILY friendly atmosphere, the diverse sampling of arts and music, the setting, and the intimate size. Map out your weekend "travels" at theLEAF.org.

NOVEMBER 4, 5
PRINTS GONE WILD!
Brooklyn, NYC

Get ready for the post-Halloween bash that is PRINTS GONE WILD. The event will be happening at Secret Project Robot in their new location on Melrose Street. There will be plenty of great printmakers to check out. All prints under $50

NOVEMBER 19, 20
ICE - INDIE CRAFT EXPERIENCE
Atlanta, GA

The Indie Craft Experience was founded in January 2005. With a vision to provide indie crafters an opportunity to sell and promote their creations in Atlanta, ICE quickly caught on as a favorite event for participants and attendees alike. ICE is a grass-roots effort, organized by two Atlanta crafters – Christy Petterson of a bardis and Shannon Mulkey of Patina. Inspired by indie craft markets in Chicago and Austin, the Indie Craft Experience was founded in order to provide Atlanta with a major indie craft event. Since its creation there have been twelve ICE markets and the thirteenth is planned for November 2011.

DECEMBER 10-11
BUST MAGAZINE CRAFTACULAR
82 Mercer Street, NYC


DECEMBER 14-23
JINGLE - HOLIDAY POP-UP STORE
Chelsea Market, NYC