2024 – – June 8, 15, 22 – October 5, 12, 19 – – 2024

A Handmade Market for Professional Artists located in historic Pack Square at the center of downtown Asheville North Carolina.

Asheville Art in the Park provides access to some of the finest artists in the region with it’s market series now in its second decade. The event takes place on three Saturdays each June and October. Nationally known artists exhibit at this event and the best part is- they are local. Muddy Knees Design and Production proudly offers local artists the opportunity to connect with the public in Asheville‘s Pack Square Park. You are invited to come out to Asheville Art in the Park, take a stroll around downtown Asheville and experience the textures and forms of a truly unique art garden

What will you see at Asheville Art in the Park?
At the event you are sure to find the finest in handcrafted art that Asheville Area Artists have to offer. Skilled workers of Glass, Ceramics, Wood, Jewelry, and metal make their shops open to display to the public at every market. Positioned in the center of downtown Asheville the market has created over $1M in needed income for area artists. Many artists return to the market to welcome customers each year. Asheville is known as the hub of artistic activity that radiates throughout the area. Not only does Western North Carolina boast many excellent craft education programs, but it also plays host to many tourist each year. The vacationers marvel at the city as it’s arts and culture oozes out of every side of the artcentric mountainous region. Come start your next artistic adventure in the center of Asheville in Pack Square Park this June and October and take home some of the wondrous bounty that is Asheville Art.

Produced by the Asheville Convention & Visitors Bureau and American Craft Week in Western North Carolina, with Jared Kay, Amplified Media. Support provided by the Asheville Area Arts Council and Asheville Art in the Park.

Why Craft in Asheville?
The Blue Ridge Mountain region surrounding Asheville, N.C. is rich with the handcraft traditions that have made the area into the arts destination it is today. Discover Western North Carolina’s rich craft heritage, which goes back more than a century and continues to inform today’s community of local artists. More at www.ExploreAsheville.com.

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