CraftNOW Create

Supply Pick-up TBD


Virtual Event

Saturday, November 7, 2020


Craft steps out of the studio and into the hearts of Philadelphians with CraftNOW Create.  

Organizers are currently reimagining a program where participants will be able to access free supplies throughout the city and join in for an interactive online event.

Activities are presented by The Center for Art in Wood, The Clay Studio, Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, University of the Arts and more. Listed below are participating organizations from our 2019 program. See what they are doing to help keep audiences educated and entertained during quarantine! 

CraftNOW Create 2020 is sponsored by the Joseph Robert Foundation 

Upcycling Craft

Learn more about upcycled crafts from plastic bags and the eco art focused exhibit Nordic Changes: Works by Diane Burko

Marionette Making

The creation of these marionette puppets is a few easy steps! Discover the joys of working with wood through this kinetic project.

Bicycle-Powered Wheel Throwing

Enjoy watching and even participate by pedaling on this bicycle made to turn the potter’s wheel.

Galaxy of Games

Families and children are invited to create their own board game inspired by Jacolby Satterwhite’s exhibition Room for Living.

Journal Making

Make a personal journal with needle-felted covers and practice machine sewing to finish your own project to take home.

Comic Book Construction

Participants will craft their very own comics using collage and other colorful materials.

Leaf Printing

Inspired by nature, PAFA will help visitors create their own unique print.

Loom Weaving

Inspired by their craft collection, Philadelphia Museum of Art will help visitors create a large collective project as well as a takeaway small masterpiece using weaving techniques.

Mini Mosaics

Be inspired by renowned artist Isaiah Zagar and create your own miniature tile.

Craft & Material Studies

Join the Craft + Material Studies program from UArts as they demonstrate wheel throwing, woodturning, jewelry making techniques and more!

Kimmel Center

300 South Broad Street