Handmade Holiday Crawl 2019
December 7th from 10 am-6 pm
The Handmade Holiday Crawl is an annual event hosted by Tennessee Craft Midstate Chapter where over 40 middle Tennessee makers will host open studio or pop-up sales, making this a great way to shop locally while supporting the arts and the tradition of "handmade in Tennessee." The below map with photos of artwork and links to artists' websites will allow you to easily plan your day and navigate as many studios as possible! Click the toggle bar in the top left corner of the map to see a complete list of artists, or scroll down to see a directory of participating artists sorted by neighborhood. As you arrive at each location, a red balloon will be displayed confirming you are at the correct address!
2019 Map of Participating Artists and Studios:
Participating Artists By Location:
Sylvan Park / Richland:
Nashville Community Education Program
at the Cohn School:
4805 Park Ave, Nashville, TN 37209
124 Bowling Ave, Nashville, TN 37205
East Nashville / Lockeland Springs:
620 Davidson St, Nashville, TN 37213
713 Main St, Nashville, TN 37206
Pegram / Kingston Springs:
Mud Puddle Pottery: NOTE: THIS LOCATION ONLY OPEN UNTIL 4 PM
462 Highway 70, Pegram, TN 37143
T. Weber Pottery Studio:
1001 Pine Bluff Rd. Kingston Springs, TN 37082
|Click below to download a document containing a list of artists sorted by location.|
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THANK YOU TO:
OUR HOST LOCATIONS: MakeNashville, Fort Houston, Nashville Community Education, Jerry's Artorama, The Little Art House, Walker Jewelry, Clay in the Woods, Mud Puddle Pottery, and The Tennessee Craft State Office!
GRAPHIC DESIGN HELP FROM: Drew Philen
GRAPHIC DESIGN HELP FROM: Drew Philen
- Artist agrees to open their studio for the full duration of the event, rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather (snow and ice), TN Craft will communicate with artists and make the call about cancellation.
- Artist agrees to do one or more of the following during this event: Offer tours of their studio, do demonstrations, have “works in progress” or finished artwork on display, and/or have artwork for sale.
- Although you are not required to have work for sale, know that many people have expressed interest in using this event to shop for presents.
- Artwork on display must be handmade. In this context, we are defining handmade as any item where at least 70% or more of the piece was designed and created by hand. Simply assembling store-bought items is not considered handmade enough. Reproductions (commercially printed replicas of paintings, etc.) are only permitted if they are alongside your original artwork. For example, if you wanted to sell a calendar depicting your artwork, this is only okay if at least most of the original artwork depicted is also on display in your studio.
- Artist agrees to provide clear and easy to read signage guiding visitors that somehow incorporates a printed out copy of our event logo (which you will be provided with at a later date). We recommend a big sign on the studio itself, a sign by the street pointing to the studio, and signs at other main streets/intersections nearby helping point visitors your way.
- We will be telling visitors to look for red balloons, so please put red balloons on the building and when possible on signage.
- Artists must agree to share this event and the provided promotional information with their social media and/or email newsletter. Remember, as a new event, we are really relying on the synergy that is created when artists cross-promote each other.
- You will also be asked to provide a way for guests to sign up for the Handmade Holiday Crawl emails (we will provide you with a simple form).
- Not following these guidelines may result in artists not being invited to participate in future Handmade Holiday Crawl events.