Thank you to all of our Vendors for an amazing Craft Fair!
Please join us on November 6 for our Halliday Art Fair!
Abington Art Center Spring Craft Fair 2022
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Join us outside on our expansive lawn for a fun day of artwork, food, and more! Artists from around the region will showcase their work in a range of media including jewelry, ceramics, glass, textiles, painting, and photography. Enjoy handcrafted food and locally brewed beer while exploring our 27-acre sculpture park.
Parking for this event is limited, but additional parking is conveniently located across the street at the Triangle Parking Lot, courtesy of Abington Friends School, on the corner of Meetinghouse and Jenkintown Rd.
Abington Art Center will be following all current COVID-19 health and safety guidelines, as outlined by the CDC. Masking is required inside the Manor, and recommended outside when social distancing is not possible. If you are feeling sick, or have been around someone who has tested positive for Covid in the past 14 days, please stay home and join us for our Fall Craft Fair instead. I n the event of dangerous weather, we will postpone to April 10th, 2022. Thank you for helping us to create a safe environment for all our guests!
Call for Vendors
Thank you for your applications! All the tables have filled and vendors will be informed soon if they haven’t already. Our next fair will be in November. You can sign up for our newsletter by clicking the red envelope on the right side of the screen to get weekly updates.
Here Are Our Venders!
AAC Faculty Artists in the Gallery
AAC Studio School
1 Love Jerk Hut
Aaron Schantz Photography
Alessandro Reale – Author
Amy’s Cut Above
Angie’s Vietnamese Cuisine
Annie Perez Jewelry
Art of Kirsten
Back Porch Ice Dye
Better Half Artistic Designs
C Kali Art
Christina Leone Originals
Colleen Elizabeth Designs
Crawly Things and Butterfly Wings
CREATIONS BY KK
Cusp By Cassie
Design Your Own Jewelry W O R K S H O P
Elisabeth Eileen Art
Frank Baseman, Base Press
giltlilies (Martha Kent Martin)
Helens Hands by Tyreesa Wiggins
House of Byrne
james hill – Upcycle
Jean Broden Art
Jillian Taylor Art
Karen Nachimson , Karen Ink and Pen
Katherine Cheetham Glass
Ken O Glass
Kristi Quinn KQ Pottery
Lily Lough Jewelry
Linda Johnson Studio
Love Beads Boutique / Beat it Beads
Lydia Halbert Handcrafted Jewelry
Lynn’s Bags and Dolls
Meei Ling Ng
Momento Mary’s Mementos
Mount Airy Candle Co.
New and Wesley Images
One sweet place LLC
Pat Smith Photography
Pluma Avis Domus
Red Raven Jewelry
Refurbishing for Rescues
Sara Camille Photo
Sarah Brett Ceramics
Second Season Mittens
Settlement Music School
Seven Pines Apothecary
Smitten Weavers House
Sophia Jewelry Design
Teal Marie Davis Design
Toizer Photo & Design
Tray’s Jewelry Box
Wreaths by Elaine
Parking on-site is limited. Additional parking is conveniently located across the street in the Triangle Parking lot (courtesy of Abington Friends School) on the corner of Meetinghouse Rd & Greenwood Rd.
The first floor of the Manor, including the galleries, and all walkways around the grounds are fully accessible. Accessible parking can be found directly in front of the manor as well as in the side parking area. Accessible bathrooms are located in the manor off the main lobby.
We love dogs; however, AAC is located on township property and dogs are not permitted. Please leave your furry friends at home for this event.
No! This event is FREE, open to the public, and family-friendly! You do not need to be a resident of Abington to attend Abington Art Center events or participate in Abington Art Center programs.
There is a non-refundable $20 submission fee.
$225 – Indoor Gallery – exhibit inside in one of AAC’s 3 main art galleries! Art may be hung directly on the gallery wall or displayed on our gallery pedestals. 2 vendor spots available per gallery. If covid protocols at time of craft fair prohibit use of this space, vendors will be given Pathway spots and refunded the difference in fees.
$150 – Pavilion – covered pavilion adjacent to building, access to electricity
$100 – Pathway – spots on level lawn along paved pathways around grounds
$75 – Lawn – spots on lawn that may be slightly uneven around grounds
$100 – Food Vendor – all food/beverage vendors not in self-contained trucks or trailers.
There is access to electricity in the gallery and pavilion spots. Pathway and Lawn spots are on the grounds and do not have access to electricity.
Craft Fairs go on rain or shine. In the event of hazardous weather conditions, the event will move to the designated rain date. AAC reserves the right to cancel the craft fair due to dangerous or severe weather conditions. No credits or refunds will be given. All weather-related changes will be called 24 hours in advance.
In the unlikely event the craft fair is canceled due to current government Covid-19 regulations at the time of the fair all vendor fees, except for the non-refundable $20 submission fee, will be refunded.