A Panel Discussion on Historic Preservation – FREE TO THE PUBLIC

The last live session of Arts & Crafts In August will cover the very timely subject of historic preservation during a time where historic sites and organizations are continuing the fight in this post-Covid pandemic era. Featuring a panel of professionals, we’ll talk about the issues, case studies and what lies ahead in 2023 and beyond. This special discussion is open to the general public free of charge.

Click here to register to attend “A Panel Discussion on Historic Preservation”

Click here to see the live schedule (or click the button above) and if you’d like to have access to view all recordings and seminars from Arts & Crafts In August for the month of August, you can register online on this website or call the office at (828) 628-1915 to register over the phone during regular office business hours.

And yes, we’re also starting preparations for the 36th National Arts and Crafts Conference & Shows at the Grove Park Inn February 17th – 19th, 2023! See the info below for registration.

The 36th National Arts and Crafts Conference & Shows

February 17th – 19th, 2023 – The Omni Grove Park Inn
Asheville, North Carolina

To reserve your Arts and Crafts Weekend Package (Friday/Saturday night stay at GPI) during the National Arts & Crafts Conference and Shows in February 2023:

800-438-5800 (press “1” for group reservations)

If you experience any issues while making your reservations for the conference, email us at acconferenceinfo@charter.net as soon as possible so we can help solve them.

A Slideshow of the National Arts and Crafts Conference and Shows

Never been to the Grove Park Inn?

The historic Grove Park Inn, now owned by Omni, is a perfect Arts & Crafts destination. Its interiors a tribute to the Arts and Crafts era of design, this Asheville historic hotel attracted the affluent and middle class of the early 20th Century with its reputation as a house of healing and comfort amidst the Blue Ridge Mountains. This tradition continues today as its one of a kind subterranean spa, its gorgeous sunset terrace views, and comforting natural interiors attracts visitors from all over, including many U.S. Presidents. View the video below to see Conference Director Emeritus Bruce Johnson give an Arts & Crafts tour of the iconic Grove Park Inn.

Meanwhile, please add yourself to our free weekly newsletter at www.ArtsAndCraftsCollector.com, for we also make major conference announcements there as well.

Many thanks!

Bruce Johnson, Director Emeritus

Kate Nixon, Director of the National Arts and Crafts Conference at the Grove Park Inn and Arts & Crafts In August

Office phone: (828) 628-1915