Please join us for the opening of Shop Talk from 5-7PM on Friday, November 1st at The Garage. Talk shop with the craftspeople of Blanc Creatives and enjoy refreshments.
Blanc Creatives produces handcrafted culinary tools in the heart of Downtown Belmont. The company is comprised of a small team of 15 craftspeople, most of which have their own artistic, craftsman and artisan practices. This includes and is not limited to jewelry, knives, glasswork, ceramics, woodworking and photography. Shop Talk is a personal practice showcase featuring craftspeople of Blanc Creatives meant to highlight the diverse skill set that supports the company. Featured artists include David Heins, Molly Schermer, Vu Nguyen, Sarah Schleer, Charles Lucien Fenaux, Jacqui Stewart, Chad Coffman & Sarah Grace Cheek.
A celebration of Thomas Jefferson’s agricultural and epicurean legacy
Catch Corry in his home state at Mason Fine Arts Gallery in Atlanta.
Georgians, come get some southern cookware!
Artist Made Gifts is a juried holiday art fair that will help you put a creative and personal spin on every item on your list.
Friday | 5-10pm | Saturday 10-5pm | Sunday 12-5pm
This is certainly one of our favorite shows. Come to the beautiful Main Street Station in downtown Richmond for this amazing show full of impressive and noteworthy makers and art.
Join us for Fire, Flour, Fork at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture
12-4, tons of food and drinks and amazing chefs.
We are happy to be very involved with Monticello’s Harvest Fest this year!
We will have our booth and blacksmithing demo going all day on the mountain. Corry will be speaking at a tent talk about “tools of the trade” alongside Monolith Knives and Chef Ian Boden.
Additionally we are working with the chef demos all day long.
Join us in Tarrytown, NY for the annual Stone Barn's Center Sheep Shearing Festival. Tickets always sell out quickly, keep an eye on their website for availability.
Always a really great time.
We will demonstrate our blacksmithery and have pans for sale.
The Southern Grade Winter Marketplace will coincide with the Grand Illumination of Downtown on Friday, December 1st, an annual holiday tradition that draws thousands of visitors into the immediate area. In addition, there will be the largest gathering of Tuba players ever assembled in Richmond on Friday evening within the space (200+) along with a jazz ensemble and live music throughout the weekend.
Main Street Station