Regular applications are now closed. Scholarship applications are now open!
Summer ‘18 WCC is June 9th & 10th at Fort Mason Center!West Coast Craft Applications
Summer '18 WCC
June 9 & 10, 2018
Fort Mason Festival Pavilion
10am to 6pm each day.
Applications are now closed.
Scholarship applications are open now!
Click here to apply!
West Coast Craft is a juried exhibition of artist and designer craftspeople inspired by the mood and aesthetics of the West Coast lifestyle.
Cool but sunny, laid back yet innovative, they represent the best of West Coast craft.
The next West Coast Craft will take place June 9 & 10, 2018, in the Festival Pavilion at the historic Fort Mason Center on the San Francisco waterfront.
Attendance is always free and open to the general public.
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West Coast Craft Vendors
West Coast Craft features 250+ of the best contemporary artist and designer craftspeople exhibiting handmade and manufactured products influenced by the cultural and natural histories of the West Coast.
West Coast Craft Artists
West Coast Craft invites a selection of visual artists to exhibit work at each show. We are proud to feature the work of the following artists:
Hippocampian Scrolls: Generation Alef (detail), 2017
Zeina Barakeh (b. Beirut) is an artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her artwork focuses on the body and narratives of war. She constructs grids of digital prints to depict panoramic views of political divisions, and hierarchical systems relating to migration. Her hybrid animations reflect the ever-changing circumstances of conflict. She fragments and re-constructs photoshoots and archival imagery to re-invent new abstracted characters, architectural monuments, and landscapes.
PAST WEST COAST CRAFT ARTISTS INCLUDE:
West Coast Craft Scholars
West Coast Craft is excited to present the WCC Scholarship Program. Each show, WCC offers free half booths to highlight the work of emerging artists and designers who have never shown in a large craft or design show.