The Key West Craft Show, now in its 35th year, has grown from a local to national juried show and attracts nearly 25,000 visitors in the two-day event including locals, winter residents and tourists. It is set one block off famous Duval Street in Old Town Key West. Booths line Whitehead St. and onto Caroline Street, through the historic Presidential Gates into a beautiful tree lined street in a private affluent community know as Truman Annex. January and February are considered high season and generally the tourists that visit Key West in high season have more disposable income. Take a break from the cold northern winter and add this show to your winter circuit!
The Key West Craft Show is sponsored by The Key West Art Center. Proceeds from the show help support the programs of the Art Center as well as maintain the historic building that houses their gallery at 301 Front Street, in historic Old Town
See what our artists from last year said about the show:
"I had a wonderful show, and an awesome time in Key West afterwards! We came down to Florida from Indiana solely for this show, and it was 100% worth it! I may try to add another show or two in Florida next year, but it would be worth the trip alone for this show!" - Craig Whitten
"We will always return. Both the January and February shows are not only very profitable for us with many returning locals and tourists, these shows are just our favorite of the year." - Jason & Kim Stoddard
"I will always do this show if I am asked to do it. I always have an awesome show year after year." - Alicia Renner
Jury Process: Juried by committee. Three images of work and one image of a booth display is required.