Support The Museum of Science and History-Pink Palace

Organized by Friends of the Pink Palace Museum
Deadline: Dec 12, 2020 11:59 pm
Nov 06, 2020 6:00 pm - Dec 12, 2020 11:00 pm
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In its 48th year, The Pink Palace Crafts Fair is the largest fundraising event for The Museum of Science and History- Pink Palace. When we were forced to cancel the crafts fair due to the pandemic, we began to look for ways to support our artists and to support the museum. We worked diligently to provide artists a platform to showcase and sell their items during these difficult times by featuring ‘Crafters at the Museum’ at the Pink Palace Museum on weekends from September 19 - November 1 showcasing over 25 different local and regional artists. The Pink Palace Crafts Fair 2020 Virtual Show will continue to provide artists a means to promote their craft while also raising funds to support the museum system. We would love for you to join us as we provide support for artists and raise money to support The Museum of Science and History- Pink Palace. Any donation, no matter the amount, benefits the entire museum system. Please note that a 3% transaction fee is deducted from your donation. We appreciate your support for the excellent programs at the Museum of Science and History properties. Your ongoing support is instrumental as we continue as the premier science and history museum in the region.
About the event
The 48th annual Pink Palace Crafts Fair has gone VIRTUAL. In an effort to support both our artists and the Museum of Science and History - Pink Palace, we have taken the 2020 Pink Palace Crafts Fair virtual. Our juried fine arts and crafts fair showcases fine artists and craftsmen who make their own original art by hand. Our diverse group of artists includes potters, jewelry makers, painters, metalsmiths, woodworkers, fiber artists and more. Please join us as we support and celebrate our local and regional artists and The Museum of Science and History - Pink Palace.