Some craft shows that take place in Maryland are the annual Arts and Crafts Fair and the Holiday Heap. Other events include the Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Artisans Festival and the Sugarloaf Craft Festival. Another Maryland exhibition is the Nautical and Wildlife Art Festival and Craft Show.
Featuring crafts like jewelry and pottery, the Towson Arts and Crafts Fair includes a wide variety of vendors and is held in March. Visitors can also purchase baked goods and swap or buy prom dresses. Loch Raven High School students display their work in an art show at the event. Holiday Heap takes place in Baltimore City and is a juried show featuring more than 60 independent crafters. It occurs in mid-December; the event is free and open to the public.
Held every April in St. Michael's, Maryland, the Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Artisans Festival includes over 25 craftspeople. Visitors can also learn about the history of the area and listen to live music.
The Sugarloaf Craft Festival operates at several locations in Maryland, such as the fairgrounds at Timonium and Gaithersburg. This large juried show has operated since 1976 and includes thousands of artists.
Featuring over 100 exhibitors and vendors, January's Nautical and Wildlife Art Festival and Craft Show takes place in Ocean City, Maryland.