5 Reasons You Should RSVP To Well Crafted

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If you’re looking for a mid-week night out with friends and family, look no further: Well Crafted is back for the second year and we promise that this year’s event can’t be missed. Don’t believe us? We’ve made a list of the top five reasons you should RSVP to Well Crafted.

Well Crafted 2015

1/ Meet Local Makers

From unique jewelry items and home accessories to masterful woodwork, there will be something for everyone. You will have the chance to meet the makers of the magnificent items and get an exclusive look at unique items not found elsewhere. And, don’t worry—your tastebuds will not be left out: All attendees will be able to enjoy whiskey samples and delicious bites from your favorite St. Louis restaurants.

The Spotlight Series Once

Photo courtesy of The Spotlight Series

2/ Premiere of The Spotlight Series Film

Aside from meeting the many local makers and sampling some tasty treats, guests will get the first look at the newest The Spotlight Series film by Once Films. The series celebrates the lives of local individuals as they have become faces of inspiration, hard work and passion. You won’t want to miss the exciting and moving story of the latest subject and their unique work.


Photo courtesy of The Luminary

3/ The Luminary

Get lost in the event space—an incubator for new ideas in the arts. Experience the unique and expansive site that combines historic architecture from the early 1900s with a redesigned contemporary art gallery perfect for this one-of-a-kind occasion.

Well Crafted 2015

4/ Part of St. Louis Design Week

Well Crafted is just one part of the many events celebrating local artists and designers throughout St. Louis Design Week. Spotlighting local professionals, showcasing talents and sharing creative knowledge, the week will host multiple events, ranging from a wide variety of topics and artistic specializations.

Well Crafted 2015 bar

5/ It’s Free

Oh yeah, did we forget to mention the event is free? Might as well RSVP now.


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