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Arkansas Craft Guild

104 East Main Street

Artisans formed the Arkansas Craft Guild as a cooperative in 1962 to promote and preserve the traditional crafts of Arkansas, as well as build a market for high quality handmade products and provide a collaborative environment where craftsmen and women could share information and explore further development of their art.

Today the Guild still supports those early goals and has expanded to provide greater resources for its membership, expanded opportunities for marketing and reaching the public, and excellence in traditional, contemporary, and emerging crafts. The Guild recognizes the cultural and economic role crafts have played in the lives of Arkansans and development of the state and the continued impact they will have into the future.

The Arkansas Craft Guild is a for-profit cooperative, owned and operated by Guild members, and managed by a board of directors elected annually from the membership.


Devi Puckett

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Beautiful art, jewelry, woodwork, photography, glass, and more. A very kind lady gave us some great suggestions for things to do and see - lovely!

Amy Tilghman

Monday, May 14, 2018
Nice to see local artist display their wares. Almost like a art museum. If you like art this is the place to go.

Ty Olson

Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018
One woman that works there is extremely rude. She always has an attitude toward everyone. I’d give it zero stars if I could, all because of this woman.

cynthia rorie

Saturday, June 2, 2018
Nice place.

Irene Crisel

Thursday, July 6, 2017
I work here every Thursday! The Gallery is full of beautiful art from very talented artists!

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