| NOTE: This collection of links and online resources was collected to give craftspeople the opportunity to expand their knowledge and experience of craft, and for those interested in craft to see what the rest of the world is up to.
C A N A D A
Canadian Craft Federation/ Federation canadienne des metiers d'art www.canadaincraftsfederation.ca
Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association
Crafts Council of Newfoundland and Labrador
A member site which features the artisans and craftspeople of Newfoundland and Labrador.
New Brunswick Craft Council
Prince Edward Island Crafts Council firstname.lastname@example.org
Nova Scotia Designer Crafts Council
is the officially recognized provincial crafts organization, with a mandate to encourage and promote crafts in Nova Scotia, and to increase the public awareness and appreciation of craft products and activities.
Counceil des metiers d'art du Quebec/ Quebec Craft Council
Ontario Crafts Council
The Ontario Crafts Council is committed to building a strong and vibrant crafts community through public awareness, professional development, advocacy, marketing and information services.
Saskatchewan Craft Council
Alberta Crafts CouncilSTATES of AMERICA
Since being incorporated in 1980, the ACC has promoted craft in Alberta through exhibitions, publications, marketing, education, and information services to its membership and to the general public.
Crafts Association of British Columbia
The Crafts Association of British Columbia promotes BC crafts and craftspeople through member services, lectures, programmes, events, and Crafthouse, our retail outlet on Granville Island.
Canadian Quilters Association
For the promotion of a greater understanding, appreciation and knowledge of the art, techniques and heritage of patchwork, appliqué and quilting.
The Crafts Center - Washington
The Crafts Center is an international, non-profit organization which is dedicated to improving the lives of low-income artisans by increasing their access to markets and resources.
The CraftWEB Project online community creates the opportunity for professional craftspeople, craft organizations and people interested in crafts to meet, share information and promote fine crafts worldwide.
Crafts dot Org
The Crafts dot Org site is a special interest community site created for people that want to know more about gifts and crafts.
Craftnet is a new venture from the managers of the largest, most successful handcrafted leather shop on the Oregon Coast.
Abigail's Bead and Tassel Craft Resource Guide
A Comprehensive Resource for the Needlearts
Wood -N- Crafts On-Line
Wood -N- Crafts Inc. specializes in meeting the craft, hardware, and woodworking needs of crafters like you.
Glass Art Society
The Glass Art Society is an international non-profit organization founded in 1971 to encourage excellence and to advance the appreciation, understanding and development of the glass arts worldwide.
Handweavers Guild of America
For thirty years, the Handweavers Guild of America, Inc., has been the organization for fiber!
The Crafts Report
The Crafts Report, established in 1975, is the premier business magazine for the crafts professional.
I N T E R N A T I O N A L
World Crafts Council
Founded in 1964, the Word Crafts Council (WCC) is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization. Its purpose is to strengthen the status of crafts as a vital part of cultural and economic life, to promote fellowship among the craftspeople of the world and to offer them encouragement, help and advice.
Artesanias de Chile
Artesanias de Chile (Craft From Chile)is a program of the New Times Foundation, a non profit organization, aims to develope and promote handcrafts.
Craftsite Australia is a way to explore contemporary Australian craft; to see what professional Australian craftspeople are making, see examples of their work and access their biographical data.
Crafts Council of Britian
The Crafts Council promotes the contemporary crafts in Great Britain. It is an independent organisation funded by government and provides services to craftspeople and the public.
CIPA - Morocco
Centre international pour la promotion de l'artisanat.
Traditional Crafts of Japan - WNN
WNN means that it has the contents from all over the WORLD, has the targets of all the things in NATURE, and tries to build up the NETWORK of information.
This is a resource directory for fibre artists.
a charming gift and decorative arts shop in Montreal
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