Artisans of the Pee Dee
Jurying Process


All potential members are selected through a two-part jury process to ensure their craft is of a good standard. Works will be reviewed by e-mailed jpeg photographs in the first stage. Those meeting basic standards will be asked to present their work in person for the final jury stage. Notification will be sent by e-mail within a week of jurying.

  • Visual Arts and Fine Crafts must be of original design.
  • All work must be original work or limited edition prints based on the artist’s original work.
  • All work must be made in accordance with our Statement of Purpose.
  • Locally produced food items, music items and other non-traditional items made by the exhibitor are eligible for the jury process. If you are uncertain whether your work qualifies, please contact the Standards Committee.
  • Cotton themed items or items from other locally indigenous flora are eligible for the jury process.


Crafts produced from commercial kits; commercial patterns, molds and forms; any item violating copyrights; plants (except Bonsai), books, polished rocks, decoupage and similar items; hobby crafts, shell crafts, country crafts, decal crafts, silk or dried floral arrangements, mass-produced items, commercial re-sales. No work made from commercial stencils or prefabricated forms. No copies of masters, advertisements or widely distributed photos. The ASCCT does not condone the use of material considered endangered or threatened. At the discretion of its Standards Committee or the Board, the use of purchased, manufactured items may disqualify an entry. Work produced in a class or workshop is not eligible to be juried or shown.


  • Clay
  • Drawing
  • Fiber
  • Glass
  • Jewelry
  • Leather
  • Metal
  • Mixed Media
  • Natural Materials
  • Painting
  • Paper
  • Photography
  • Sculpture
  • Wood