The American Craft Council
The American Craft Council (ACC) is a national nonprofit working to keep the craft community connected, inspired, and supported. ACC founder, Aileen Osborn Webb, recognized the significant impact craft has on individuals and communities and established a nonprofit to preserve, cultivate, and celebrate this communal heritage. 80 years later, their efforts span the nation. Whether their amplifying artists’ stories, investing in creative economies, honoring innovators in the field, or engaging the community in discussion, their efforts need support. Become a part of their community.
The ACC shares stories and amplify voices through American Craft magazine and other online content; produce American Craft Made marketplace events that support artists and connect people to craft; celebrate craft’s legacy through longstanding awards and a unique research library; and create space for dialogue and action—because craft can bring people together.
The American Craft Council is a national nonprofit organization that connects and galvanizes diverse craft communities to advance craft’s impact in contemporary American Life. Discover content from their magazine and blog, find details about their marketplaces, register for an upcoming forum, and more at craftcouncil.org.