Arts & Crafts Supplies
Open Tue-Sat 11am-5pm
The Art Center is a locally owned and independently operated art store. The store is run by artists and has supplies for the artist in everyone! Shop in person, over the phone, Insta video chat, FaceTime, & email orders: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have been selling Swarovski crystals and beads since 1974. We have also added crystals from Asfour of Egypt and a line of pewter hanging pieces. We feel very fortunate to be in this business, to have such wonderful customers and to be able to look at such beauty every time we pack an order. One crystal prism or pendant is beautiful on its own, but when you see the different shapes and colors together it is a dazzling sight. Order at our website or find us at festivals and events!
Open limited hours – please call (707) 822-7782 for updates. Appointments also available.
Fabric Temptations is a beautiful and unique fabric and yarn shop located just off the Arcata Plaza. They carry a wide variety of fabric, yarn, books, buttons, patterns, needles, hooks, sewing and quilting materials, and mending materials. They have daily specials in the store, and every Tuesday is Fat Quarter Tuesday.
Open 12 am-4pm Wednesday-Friday, Saturday 11-3
Heart Bead also offers appointments for repairs, private shopping, private classes, curbside pick up or even remote shopping by text/facetime/video chat! (707) 826-9577, Facebook (HeartBeadArcata), Instagram (heartbead.arcata) or email.
Currently creating online content while the physical doors are closed. Check website for links and project updates!
“The Sanctuary exists to creatively connect people with resources, experiences, ideas, and each other. Located in downtown Arcata, CA, the Sanctuary is a community arts center and non-profit organization based in an historic building that was constructed in 1916 to be the Arcata Women’s Clubhouse. Today, it is a bustling community center, gallery, artist residency, library, music venue, and workshop, with lab facilities including printmaking, ceramics, textiles, small metals, book arts, woodworking, music recording, bicycle repair, culinary arts, gardening, homesteading, and more.”