NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- More than 200 people from 30 states are expected to display their handmade works at an annual fair sponsored by the Tennessee Association of Craft Artists in Nashville.
The juried exhibit is open Friday through Sunday at Nashville's Centennial Park. Artists will be selling pieces created with wood, clay, glass, bone and found objects and there will be demonstrations of craft techniques.
TACA has sponsored the fair for 34 years to encourage, develop and promote craft and craftspeople.
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