We are gathering once again.
We will return to the Columbus Museum of Art with a one day, in-person craft celebration. There are are a number of ways and chances for fans and creative businesses to partner with us as we reemerge from the pandemic.
Join us on Sunday, December 5th from 12pm – 4pm for all the arts and crafts.
Exhibitors interested in joining us to sell their goods: applications will open August 1 – September 15th. Accepted artists will receive a 6ft table space, online promotions which include a 2 page spread in our digital catalog.
Craftin’ Outlaws is a juried event. Notification letters will be sent out by September 20, 2021. Payment fees to sell are $225. Thirty makers will be accepted into the holiday market.
Read our updated FAQs page to learn more.
Become an Craftin’ Ambassador
Spread the news of the event and your favorite makers through your social media. Receive handmade swag for your promotions. APPLY NOW
Building Craftin’ Communities 2022
Become a financial supporter and help us in Building Craftin’ Communities, a campaign that asks our creative fans to helps support the next group of Outlaws through a 5 month virtual program and covers the exhibitor fees for newly established handmade business owners to sell at our in-person Spring Marketplace. Lead by Craftin’ Outlaw mentors and the Outlaws organizing team. You receive handmade perks for your patronage while giving back education and team building experiences for the next generation of makers. Help us reach our goal of $10,000 which provides 10 creatives with tools and the selling space to take their business to the next level.
MORE DETAILS TO COME!
Submit a Digital DIY Tutorial
Do you have a creative project individuals can make from home that you want to share?
We are looking for craft tutorials that we can share in our digital holiday show programming. Selected tutorials will be compensated $100.
Share your Quarantine crafts
Submit a photo of what you’ve been making at home for us to share in our digital holiday show promotions. Have you been mastered the art of bread making? Have you started learning to crochet?