Now in its 75th year, the American Craft Council (ACC) is bringing back its prestigious, juried show to Cobb Galleria Centre, March 17-19, where more than 250 of the country’s top contemporary craft artists will present their latest handmade creations in jewelry, clothing, furniture, and home décor.


Some of East Cobb’s finest craftspeople will be featured at the Southeast’s largest juried show. The show’s longest exhibiting Georgia artist is Ricky Frank from East Cobb, who produces enameled jewelry pieces that feature an emphasis on light, texture, and transparent colors. East Cobber Pj Floyd, a mixed media artist, specializes in whimsical “creatures” showcasing her love of nature and the garden. Another East Cobb resident, Doug Durkee, also works in mixed media, with infinity mirrors, infinity tables and “infinity clock” timepiece creations.


Show-goers will enjoy the return of Make Room: Modern Design Meets Craft “In Space and Time”, featuring specialty designs from the decades of the 1940s to the 1970s, Hip Pop, Let’s Make programs and Style Slam. Style Slam, ACC’s newest program addition, returns for its second year, pairing four professional stylists with the talented network of ACC fashion wearable, accessory and jewelry artists to demonstrate how the statement pieces ACC is known for are the perfect fit for any fashion-conscious wardrobe. One of the stylists, Nichole Moreland from East Cobb, will be selecting items to meld with her styling outlook — minimal and

occasionally quirky.


The three-day show offers a special $5 ticket price Friday evening after 5 p.m. The daily price is $13 (per day). Guests can save time by purchasing tickets online at Online tickets can be printed and brought to the door for easy admission.


Hours of the American Craft Council Show are:

Friday, March 17, 2017 from 10am – 8pm

Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 10am – 6pm

Sunday, March 19, 2017 from 11am – 5pm


FREE passes for the weekend are available by joining the Craft Council for $40. Entry is FREE for children 12 and under and American Craft Council members. For more information about the American Craft Council Show in Atlanta, please visit