November 30, December 1 and 2, 2017
Information on the 2017 show:
Crafts at the Cathedral, a high quality, jury-limited craft show, offers artisans an opportunity to market their work in an exceptional
venue in New York City during the winter holiday season. The show raises funds for the work of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and
is one of the few true craft shows in the metro area where everything is handmade by the exhibitor.
The show takes place in the nave of Saint John the Divine – a grand, historic Cathedral in which to display and market fine crafts.
Our exhibitors tell us this show is both easy and fun to do. Easy load in and out, with dozens of helpful volunteers from the Cathedral's
congregation on-site throughout the show. A café with home-made food is open during show hours. Lunch orders are taken at your booth
and food is brought to you in your booth. Coffee and tea are free.
The Cathedral is a prime tourist destination on Manhattan's bustling Upper West Side just south of Columbia University. The show has a
dedicated following in New York City, Westchester and New Jersey. An aggressive marketing campaign includes distribution of thousands of
postcards, press releases, targeted radio spots, electronic advertising and social media.
For detailed information on being an exhibitor, please review the Prospectus, Application and Layout, shown below.
Artisans of high quality crafts and art are invited to apply.
All work must be made by the exhibitor - imports and vendors will not be accepted. In the interest
of maintaining a balanced show, there will be a limited number of booths available in each category.
Applications are due by April 15.
The categories include Ceramics; Fiber (Wearable; Decorative; Weaving; Quilting) Glass; Leather; Mixed-Media;
Jewelry; Metalwork (not including jewelry); Sculpture; Two dimensional work (painting; photography) Sculpture; Woodworking
What are the Fees?
Please consult the Application and Layout for the application and booth fees.
How many slides/photos are required?
Each applicant is required to supply five digital images of their work plus one digital image or photo of
their booth set up. Submit digital images on a CD with a minimum resolution 900 X 600. We do not
return the CD.
Artists are strongly encouraged to apply through the ZAPP system.