The 100 American Craftsmen Show is noted as one of the top favorite craft shows/ festivals in New York State, and Buffalo Niagara's only, and longest-running show dedicated exclusively to contemporary craft art. The show features many fashions of art including leather, glass, metal, clay, wood, basketry, fiber, paper, and mixed media. Some of the highlighted artists include; Andrea Geer, Wearable Fiber, JoAnn Vanderheite, Decorative Gourds, Scott Sober, Wood, and Richard Aerni, Clay.
|Andrea Greer / Wearable Fiber|
In addition to the amazing show, visitors enjoy a full weekend of activity including live music, gourment edibles, and much more! Pluse a free raffle ticket for a chance to win an original work of craft art donated by our artisans is provided to each patron along with admission.
|JoAnn Vanderheite, Gourds|
The 100 American Craftsmen Show is located at the Kenan Center Arena, just a short drive from the Red Coach Inn
. If you are planning on visiting the Niagara Falls area at the end of May we highly recommend attending this one of a kind art show. Many of the artisans return year after year because they enjoy the friendly, intimate atmosphere that encourages plenty of one-on-one with shoppers. Visitors to 100 American Craftsmen Show enjoy wide, handicapped accessible, aisles that allow for leisurely browsing.
|Scott Sober, Wood|
Location and Directions to the Kenan Center
|Richard Aerni, Clay|
The 100 American Craftsmen Show takes place indoors at the Kenan Center Arena, 105 Beattie Avenue, on the east side of the Kenan Center campus. You can enter the grounds from either Locust of Beattie. Ample free parking is available, but can be full during peak show hours. Parking is permitted on neighboring side streets. For directions from the Red Coach Inn
to the Kenan Center CLICK HERE