A table by Eben Blaney made of ebonized mahogany, walnut and blackwood.
A glass Emperor bowl by Randi Solin of Solinglass Studio.
A ceramic teapot by Takashi Ichihara of Yume Studio.
A ceramic teapot by Takashi Ichihara of Yume Studio.

Cachet: Creative Fusion

The American Craft Council Show returns to Baltimore in February

More than 650 artisans who create contemporary jewelry, clothing, furniture and home-décor pieces will converge from February 19 to 21 for the 40th annual American Craft Council Show at the Baltimore Convention Center. In line with the show’s 2016 theme, “Four Directions,” designers and architects will create room vignettes inspired by crafts representing each region of the United States. Other highlights will include Hip Hop, an emerging-artists program for which participants will be chosen through a juried process; Let’s Make, featuring interactive craft-making demonstrations; and Style Slam, a new fashion-focused program that will pair professional stylists with members of the Craft Council’s network of wearable, accessory and jewelry artists for demonstrations.

Visit craftcouncil.org/baltimore for information and tickets.