Maine Craft Weekend is an annual, statewide, celebration of craft presented by Maine Crafts Association in partnership with Maine Made, Maine Development Foundation, dedicated Featured Cities and hundreds of artists. This statewide tour features contemporary, traditional and homespun craft, as well as visual and performing arts, local specialty foods and beverages, artist talks, activities for all ages, craft demonstrations with opportunities for visitor participation and
education, and live music with new and exciting additions every year as the program grows.
MCW is scheduled in conjunction with American Craft Week, a nationwide event promoting craft events each October. Modeled after Maine Maple Sunday and Buy Local Saturday, this self-guided tour features participants all over the state who are not regularly open to the public or who have planned special MCW events and demonstrations at their locations.
Maine Craft Weekend is produced by The Maine Crafts Association with Event Partners. Participants/host sites include individual potters’
home studios, craft galleries, glass blowing studios, outdoor installation sites, non-profit craft organizations, craft-based schools, craft beer breweries and craft beer brewery-restaurants. Events vary by type of location and will include open studios, demonstrations, tastings, exhibitions, sales, tours, kids’ projects and other creative and interactive activities.
Craft artists, retailers, breweries and other related businesses and events interested in being included on the map and in our marketing
should contact us.
The public interested in visiting sites during Maine Craft Weekend can visit MaineCraftWeekend.org to learn about participants and events and use the interactive MCW map to plan their route!