Art Vs. Craft headed to Harley-Davidson Museum, currently accepting vendor applications
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If Jaill’s recent album release show at Bay View Bowl has taught us anything, it’s that Milwaukee loves some hot, non-traditional-venue action. But a band playing a bowling alley is nothing compared to this year’s Art Vs. Craft, which will take place Nov. 24 at the Harley-Davidson Museum, of all places. Last year, the annual DIY art/craft fair—established in 2004 by Milwaukee artist Faythe Levine—set up shop at the MSOE campus, where it drew more than 3,000 attendees. The Harley museum is certainly a step up, and along with a boost in attendance, could possibly lead to more leather chaps being offered alongside the usual scarves, jewelry, and Dwellephant portraits.
Art Vs. Craft 2012 is accepting vendor applications now through July 20; applications can be found here.