The 31st National Arts & Crafts Conference at the Omni Grove Park Inn, Asheville, NC February 16 - 18, 2018
"The most important weekend of the year for Arts & Crafts collectors." - The New York Times
Registration for the National Arts & Crafts Conference is very simple.
You can attend the National Arts & Crafts Conference at THREE different levels.
Here are a couple of guidelines to help you:
1.) Omni-Grove Park Inn Weekend Package:
If you want to stay at the Omni Grove Park Inn, you simply call (828) 252-2711 and ask for "Group Reservations." You can then reserve your Arts and Crafts Weekend Package.
It will include your room on Friday and Saturday nights, a large continental breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings, the seven major seminar presentations, the daily Small Group Discussions, the walking tours, the afternoon demonstrations, the Saturday night movie, and the special educational exhibits, plus receive a Conference Catalog, a Conference Poster and a canvas tote bag, as well as entry to all three shows each day
When you make a room reservation at the Omni Grove Park Inn under the Arts & Crafts Weekend Package, you are automatically registered for the National Arts & Crafts Conference. No additional deposit is required.
Please Note: We ask that those of you who make a reservation at the Omni Grove Park Inn take a moment to complete the Registration Form below. This will insure that you will not have any delay when you arrive at the Arts & Crafts Registration Desk. Simply indicate on the form below that you have a confirmed Weekend Package reservation at the Omni Grove Park Inn. We will double-check that with the Omni Grove Park Inn to avoid any confusion. No additional deposit is required.
The cost of your $160 per person Conference Events Pass will be included in your room bill when you depart.
2.) Conference Events Pass:
If you will NOT be staying at the Omni Grove Park Inn, but want to attend the six major seminar presentations, the daily Small Group Discussions, the walking tours, the afternoon demonstrations, the Saturday night movie, and the special educational exhibits, plus receive a Conference Catalog, a Conference Poster and a canvas tote bag, as well as entry to all three shows each day, you will need to register in advance for the Conference Events Pass. The cost is $160 per person.
If you are NOT staying at the Omni Grove Park Inn, you can register for the National Arts & Crafts Conference and purchase a Conference Events Pass either by using the form below or by calling Bruce Johnson's office at (828) 628-1915.
Payment Options for People NOT Staying at the Omni Grove Park Inn:
-- Using PayPal (See button after Registration Form below.)
-- Calling Bruce Johnson's office at (828) 628-1915 with your credit card information
-- Sending a check made out to Bruce Johnson, 25 Upper Brush Creek Road, Fletcher, NC 28732.
Refund Policy: For those staying at the Omni Grove Park Inn, you may lose your deposit if you cancel fewer than seven days before your scheduled arrival. For those staying elsewhere who have purchased a $160 Conference Events Pass through Bruce Johnson, refunds will be made until February 1, minus a $10 handling fee. From February 1 until the Thursday prior to the conference, the amount paid will be credited toward next year's conference pass. No refunds can be made for cancellations made after February 1.
Regardless, please submit the Registration Form below! Sending your current information immediately will make your registration process flow smoothly when you arrive. Thanks!
3.) General Admission:
If you only want to shop the three selling shows (Antiques Show, Contemporary Craftsfirms Show, and the Books, Magazines & More Show) any of the three afternoons, you do not need to register in advance. When you arrive you can purchase a $10 ticket good for all three shows during all three days. Signs will direct you to the ticket booth and the show location. We can accept cash, credit/debit cards or a check for the $10 ticket.
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