We are thrilled to announce that the WCC Market, a single-day, outdoor market, is returning to Fort Mason Center.

Come shop and support an amazing group of artist and designer craftspeople on Saturday, April 24, from 10am to 4pm, as we celebrate all the incredible craft and design the Bay Area has to offer.

As always, the event is free and open to the public

Fort Mason Center

2 Marina Blvd
San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.


About WCC

WEST COAST CRAFT was founded to create a space for the artists and designers that were underrepresented in other craft shows: people creating works that blurred the line between fine crafts and high art, who were engaged with their communities, and who embodied the cool but sunny, laid back yet innovative mood of the West Coast.

Beginning in 2013, WCC has featured 275+ thoughtfully selected vendors inspired by the cultural and natural histories of the West Coast at each show. Attended by over 50,000 people annually, WCC is the premiere craft and design show in the country.

Since its inception, WCC has taken place twice a year at Fort Mason Center. On Saturday, April 24, 2021 WCC moves from inside the Festival Pavilion to the beautiful outdoor campus of FMC for the next WCC Market. 

The WCC Market

This single-day, outdoor market brings together over 60 of the best artist and designer craftspeople in the Bay Area.

The WCC Market is an opportunity for the WCC community to gather safely, and FMC, home of FORT MASON FLIX, is the perfect place to come together.

As always, West Coast Craft is free and open to the public.


Over 60 Bay Area vendors will be at the WCC Market, including:

Baby Cats of California
Gravel & Gold
Mud Witch
People I’ve Loved
The Great Escape Studio


At West Coast Craft, the safety of our vendors, attendees, and staff is our top priority. We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation via trusted public health sources including the Centers for Disease Control, the California Department of Public Health, and the San Francisco Public Health Department. We are excited for you to join us at the WCC Market, and we are implementing the following best practices to make sure the event is as safe as possible for everyone.

  • Wear masks at all times
  • Layout their booth in a “farmers’ market” style with tables, shelves, and/or rolling racks facing out
  • Wipe down surfaces hourly with disinfecting wipes
  • Maintain 6’ distance from all other vendors and attendees
  • Stay home if they are sick or are exhibiting any symptom associated with COVID-19
  • Limit the number of staff in their booth to 2 people, including themselves
  • Use touchless payment methods and not accept cash
  • Communicate to attendees that they must limit touching items to those they intend to purchase
  • Be residents of one of the following counties: San Francisco, Marin, San Mateo, Contra Costa, Alameda, Santa Clara, Napa, and Solano

  • Wear masks at all times
  • Wait in a designated line with clearly marked social distancing guides in order to enter the market
  • Stay 6’ away from any person outside of their own group
  • Limit touching items to those they intend to purchase
  • Stay home if they are sick or are exhibiting any symptom associated with COVID-19

  • Wear face masks at all times
  • Will ensure that vendors and attendees follow safety guidelines
  • Will space vendor booths 10’ apart to allow for social distancing
  • Limit attendee capacity by cordoning off the marketplace area with barriers, staffing the single entrance and exit to the market, and strictly monitoring the number of attendees entering and leaving the marketplace
  • Place free-standing hand sanitizing stations throughout the market
  • Create two-way aisles, with each aisle being 10’ wide
  • Exclude all and any staff who is sick or exhibiting any symptom associated with COVID-19
  • Place signage at the entrance of the market as well as throughout market itself reminding all employees, vendors, and attendees to wear a mask, remain 6’ away from each other, limit touching of items, and to avoid the area if they are exhibiting any symptom associated with COVID-19



West Coast Craft is referred to as a “show”, please refrain from using “craft fair”.

Social assets and a selection of photos can be found here.

Instagram: @westcoastcraft

Giphy: search “west coast craft” or “wcc” for some fun WCC themed gifs!

Facebook: facebook.com/westcoastcraftshow

Link to Facebook event page: WCC Market

#westcoastcraft - general hashtag for all things WCC

#westcoastcraftvendor - when talking about a specific vendor

#westcoastcraftscholarship - when talking about our scholarship winners