Center for the Creative Arts in Yorklyn plans Artisan Show
The Center for the Creative Arts in Yorklyn transforms into a marketplace of fine handcrafted gifts just in time for the holidays during the annual Artisan Show Saturday, Nov. 21 and Sunday, Nov. 22.
Admission is $5, good for both days. CCArts members and children 10 and under are free.
“We are pleased to be continuing our annual tradition this year,” said Melissa Paolercio, CCArts executive director. “We have accepted fewer artists than in past years and instituted timed ticketing to ensure proper social distancing and a safe experience for all involved. But walkups are still welcome. This has been a very hard year for all of us but we hope that people can find a little joy in purchasing the perfect handmade gift for someone they love and supporting our local artists who have been greatly affected this year."
Twenty-two artists -- the majority Delaware-based artists -- will be selling handmade fine art and crafts including ceramics, jewelry, felting, turned wood, collage, leatherwork, paper crafts, painting and more.
A raffle table with donated handcrafted items will help raise money for CCArts.
Olé Tapas Food Truck will be on site both days, and CCArts will have light refreshments and beverages for sale.
Artists include: Elisabeth Bard, Jill Beard (Living in Glass Houses), Zachary Bloom (Zachary Bloom Jewelry Designs), John Bragger (Classic Elegance, LLC), Sarah Chase Dressler (ToadstoolsNTreestump), Sue Ann Cox (The Fairy Potter), Dina du Pont (Illustrations by Dina du Pont), Christina Fabris (Iris and Callisto’s Apiary), Julie Hazzard (A Peace of Color, LLC), Gilda Jennings (GCJ Uniques), Bethann C. Kelleher (BBK Ceramics), Brenda Kingham, William S. Konowitz (Pine Valley Designs), Greg Losco (Losco Glass, LLC), Kelly Martin (Paper Hibiscus), Annachristina Meckl, Jennifer Moon-Child (Moon-Child Wood Craft), Stephanie Przybylek (Creative Animal), Chris Quimby, Brady Shuert (Hope’s Caramels), John A. Styer (The Lathe-meister), and Laxmi Verma (Horn Please Studio).
IF YOU GO
WHAT Artisan Show
WHERE Center for the Creative Arts, 410 Upper Snuff Mill Row and Route 82, Yorklyn
WHEN Saturday, Nov. 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 22 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
MORE INFO www.ccarts.org or 302-239-2434 or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/2126210987503177/
ABOUT THE CENTER CCArts has been offering classes in the fine and performing arts for over 40 years as well as art exhibits, community celebrations and the popular "Yorklyn Live: Open Mic Night." The summer program serves 800 or more children over ten weeks each year and offers scholarships to children in need. This program is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.