Meet the Makers

Explore programming that showcases the originality and uniqueness of craft from the Atlanta/Southeast region.

Historians, curators, and artists in the Southeast share about the handmade objects that add meaning to their lives and work.

Craft Week LIVE is a collection of free in-person experiences September 23–25 that celebrate craft tradition and innovation by makers residing in the Southeast.

Craft Map

The American Craft Council’s Atlanta/Southeast Craft Map features Southeastern museums, galleries, centers, studio tours, residencies, and schools with programs that produce and present the wide-ranging forms of crafts seen in the South today. The map offers a window into the depth of history and contemporary engagement with craft throughout the Southeast. This project, a pilot for ACC, adapts a mapping platform created by artist Michael Strand (ACC Trustee) and designer Aaron Yang for North Dakota State University. 

Atlanta/SE Partners

Thank you to our partners for helping make Atlanta/Southeast Craft Week a success!

Alabama State Council on the Arts 
Alan Avery Art Company 
Alternate Roots 
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts 
Atlanta Contemporary Jewelry Show 
Bella Cucina
Bellagio Art To Wear 
Berea College 
The Bitter Southerner 
Black Craftspeople Digital Archive 
B M Franklin & Co.
Buckhead Art & Company 
Buckhead Village 
Columbia Museum of Art 
Decatur Arts Alliance 
Explore Charleston 
Florida Council on Arts and Culture 
Florida Craft Art 
Georgia Council on the Arts 
Gibbes Museum of Art 
The Hambidge Center 
High Museum of Art 
High Museum Shop 
Jamestown, LP 
John C. Campbell Folk School 
Kentucky Arts Council 
Louisiana State Arts Council 
Marcia Wood Gallery 
Mason Gallery 
Momentum Gallery 
Mississippi Arts Commission 
North Carolina Arts Council 
Penland School of Craft 
Signature Contemporary Craft Gallery 
South Carolina Arts Commission 
Southeastern Museums Conference 
South Arts 
Tennessee Arts Commission 
Whitespace Gallery