Frist Center for the Visual Arts attends TACA Fall Craft Fair

. September 23, 2012 . 0 Comments

The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is attending the TACA Fall Craft Fair on September 28, 29 & 30 at Nashville’s Centennial Park.

Join Frist Center educators and help celebrate Tennessee’s rich craft heritage at the 34th Tennessee Association of Craft Artists Fall Craft Fair. The Frist Center will offer a hands-on, family-friendly activity in the TACA Kids’ Tent. The fair will feature over 200 artisans and craft demonstrations with food from area vendors.

The TACA Craft Fairs are produced by the Tennessee Association of Craft Artists (TACA), an independent, statewide nonprofit organization and recipient of the Tennessee Governor’s Award in the Arts. By maintaining high standards of excellence, the Tennessee Association of Craft Artists is appreciated for producing festivals representing the finest in American craftsmanship. We are proud to be a part of Celebrate Nashville, the #1 Craft Fair in Tennessee as designated by Harris List, and as one of the 200 Best List by the Sunshine Artist magazine.

Founded in 1965, TACA is a statewide, nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging, developing and promoting crafts and craftspeople in Tennessee. Through the use of Craft Fairs, TACA works to expose the residents of Tennessee to the art of fine craft, while providing a forum for creative and personal expression for the artists.

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