If you have any questions, please contact Carol Heisler-Lawson, Fine Craft Fair Manager at email@example.com or call 610-570-2343
Our Spring Fine Craft Fair unfolds in the heart of Philadelphia’s historic Rittenhouse Square. It is a thriving, walkable area of the city, alive with restaurants, offices, high-income residents, businesses, museums, and universities. Rittenhouse Square is a well-known, upscale tourist area convenient to public transportation. This highly attended event draws from Philadelphia and its surrounding suburbs, as well as New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. Through a partnership with the Friends of Rittenhouse Square and in conjunction with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, this Fine Craft Fair typically brings more than 150 fine craftsmen from across the country to downtown Philadelphia. Admission is free.
The PGC's Rittenhouse Fine Craft Fair is established among artists and buyers as a premier event in Philadelphia. The Fine Craft Fair is open to artists from across the country.
You do not have to be a member to apply to a Fine Craft Fair, however PGC membership must be paid and current for an exhibitor to participate in a Fine Craft Fair. The PGC reserves the right to cancel acceptance to a Fine Craft Fair if the artist’s annual membership is not current (paid in full) at time booth payments are due. You may apply to any Fine Craft Fair and pay annual membership upon acceptance to the event.
Here's to Our Upcoming New Website and a Happy New Year!
At midnight on 31 December, the sculpture network team will not only be celebrating the New Year, but we will also be looking forward to the successful launch of our new website. Before that happens, we would like to take a look at the highlights of the past year with you. Please note: the links to the articles will only work until the end of this year. Enjoy reading and have a great start into 2023!
...met this year at our Online Clubs, where we exchanged ideas beyond national borders about three-dimensional art. We learned how to place installations, weighing tons, on hiking trails in the Dolomites and discussed how sculpture can support commemoration. The topic of melting iron and fire art was a hot one. Julia Weiss told us more about this inspiring Online Club in her article.
...made it possible to finally meet fellow artists and friends again – what a delight! At this year's national and international Dialogues we walked through sculpture gardens, met artists in their studios and took a look behind the scenes of a bronze foundry. A special highlight: the International Dialogue in Wuppertal, which Gabriele Maria Friederichs has written about.
At last the time has come again! For the 15th International Forum we will meet in Malaga5-7 October 2023. We will take three days to address the greatest challenge facing the international community: the climate emergency. How can three-dimensional art contribute to stopping climate change? How do museums, artists and institutions react when sustainability is not only an option but a must? We look forward to having exciting discussions and obtaining valuable insights with you!