By Hannah Connorton
This bracelet is by Tara Locklear, who will be exhibiting at the JA New York Summer Show in the American Craft Council’s booth.
New York--The American Craft Council and the Accessories Council have signed on to exhibit at the JA New York Summer Show and are bringing new brands, designers and artists with them.

Each council will have its own shared booth at the show, where multiple designers will exhibit. 

The American Craft Council will be located at booth #3462 and the Accessories Council has booth #3362.

Slated to exhibit with the Accessories Council are nine designers: Alanna Bess, Dana Bronfman, Deepa Gurnani, Isharya, Ragini Mittal, Stella Valle, Sardeira, Sarah Magid and Roman & Sunstone.

A total of eight brands and designers will be in the American Craft Council booth: Elizabeth Farber Designs, Jennifer Merchant Design, LoriMeg Designs, Meghan Patrice Riley, R/M Studio Jewelry, Shana Kroiz, Shauna Blythe Burke and Tara Locklear.

“We are delighted to have American Craft Council and the Accessories Council represented in separate pavilions at the JA New York Summer Show,” said Drew Lawsky, group show director for the JA New York Shows. “In addition to bringing in 17 designers who have never showcased at our shows before, these two esteemed organizations have a long-standing reputation for championing contemporary artists, as well as a proven track record for creating excitement and awareness among consumers.”

The JA New York Summer Show is scheduled to take place July 26 to 28 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

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