October 17, 2024 | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Admission tickets start at $50 per person

 

Globe Dye Works

4500 Worth Street, Philadelphia, PA 19124

 

Questions? 

emily@craftnowphila.org

Save the Date! Ticket sales will go live soon!

 

Join us on Wednesday, October 17, 2024, at Globe Dye Works for an evening filled with fine craft, food, drinks, live music and exciting craft demos!

Connect with leaders and supporters of Philadelphia’s craft community, enjoy delicious food and drinks, participate in a live auction highlighting innovative artists and organizations, and enjoy live music. Watch live demonstrations by talented artists. It’s a perfect opportunity to experience the talent and creativity that Philadelphia’s craft community has to offer!

Tickets start at $50 for Young Friends and $150 for General Admission. 

Register online for the CraftBLAST! auction, which will go live on September 19th!  Bidding will end at 8:30pm on October 17th.

Globe Dye Works hosts a dynamic community of maker spaces, providing artisans, entrepreneurs, and creatives with an inspiring environment to innovate, collaborate, and bring their projects to life. Established in 1865 along the Little Tacony Creek (now Torresdale Avenue) in Frankford by Richard Greenwood and William Bault. Over the years, the facility increased in number and size of buildings as each subsequent new section was built and integrated into the whole.The company that sustained the buildings was an economic engine, churning out its product for 140 years. The Greenwood family ran the business, dyeing and winding yarn in the same buildings until 2005. 

There are a number of corporate sponsorship options available. To learn more click here Please contact Development Associate Rachel Horvath at rachel@craftnowphila.org with questions regarding a sponsorship.

 

Support provided by the Philadelphia Cultural Fund

 

CraftNOW Philadelphia spotlights the artists and institutions that make up Philadelphia’s thriving craft community through this online auction.

Artists and organizations have been invited to retain 50% of auction proceeds, and many have generously chosen to donate their contribution in full.