We were dismayed to find a small error in our calendar this month! The November Art Walk theme is actually Arts & Crafts and not stained glass. The American Craft and Fine Art show at the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center is a two-day event, Nov. 7-8, and it promises to be an exceptional show, with over 40 vendors featuring jewelry, paintings, ceramics, quilts—plus a variety of craftspeople creating, demonstrating and selling original items. Admission is $3 – or only $1 if you bring a canned food item for the Lord's Cupboard.
As always, galleries and other venues will be hosting an eclectic array of exhibits, music, and food around the square.
On Saturday, Nov. 8, the American Craft and Fine Art Show will also have workshops as part of the activities. Topics include, Knit a Holiday garland from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.; Earring making from 11 a.m. – noon; and Holiday crafts from 1 – 3 p.m. Workshops are $5 per session and additional information and preregistration is available at FairfieldArtWalk.org.
In conjunction with the American Craft and Art Show, the Carnegie Historical Museum will feature 19th century Native American handcrafts and array of artifacts, beadwork, basketry and pottery.
Hope to see you there!