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      Marin Arts and Crafts Show in San Rafael

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      November 15, 2019 - November 17, 2019


      10 Avenue of the Flags
      San Rafael, California 94903

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      Marin Arts and Crafts Show

      Marin Arts & Crafts Show begins on November 15-17 at Marin Center Exhibit Hall. The show brings handcraft of design --200 artisan exhibits, interactive atelier workshops, complimentary food, wine, door prizes, music, handcraft demonstrations and more!
      Marin Arts & Crafts Show celebrates great handcraft makers of our time --with a nod to a past when Arts & Crafts artisans revived lost styles, materials, and techniques. The 3-day event includes the complete range of handcraft media --jewelry, clothing, woodwork, fine art, ceramics, paper arts, specialty foods, antiquities, and objets d'art --all designed and made by independent artisans, studio artists, and small production workshops.
      In addition to the unique shopping experience attendees have an opportunity to take part in atelier workshops, to explore handcraft skills such as jewelry making, painting, fabric work, Venetian mask making, and mixed media.
      Marin Arts & Crafts Show presents an unparalleled selection of artisan handcraft and fine art. Fri-Sun, November 15-17, Marin Center, 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael, CA. Hours 10am-6pm daily. Everyone welcome. Complimentary Parking --no admission fee. Visit

      Cost: Free -

      Categories: Conferences & Tradeshows | Art Galleries & Exhibits | Sales & Retail

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