Show Overview


The Annual Event for the Art & Framing Industry

Art and custom framing, a multi-billion dollar industry, includes independent retailers, national chains, home decor stores, museums, specialty retailers, designers, art galleries, department stores, photographers, art material stores, and more. Whether your business is large or small, domestic or international, well established or just taking off, the West Coast Art & Frame Expo is here to help you succeed.


One of a Kind Opportunity

The National Conference at the WCAF Expo offers strategic educational sessions on the topics that matter to you most in the art and framing industry. With over 100 sessions covering various topics and trends, you will find everything you need. What makes our content unique is that our speakers are not only knowledgeable but are prepared with helpful presentations and hands-on workshops for you to learn from. Your perfect agenda is awaiting.


Find the Business Solutions Necessary for You

The exhibit hall at the WCAF Expo features over 150 exhibitors, ready to help your business succeed in everything framing and beyond. With the largest exhibit hall in the industry you’ll find the solutions you need, whether you’re looking for new vendors, strategies to social media, marketing, accounting, digital printing, and more, the hall has a solution provider for you.

The exhibit hall also features lounges and other break areas to ensure you’re getting the breaks you need, as well as the ability to seamlessly visit the exhibitors and take part in various events and sessions.


 

United States Attendance

The WCAF Expo attracts attendees from all over the United States, with half of our American attendees traveling from the East Coast and Central time zones and over a third coming from the Pacific time zone.

Top 10 Exhibiting Countries

The WCAF Expo has become an international destination for art and custom framing professionals with attendees traveling from 46 countries to attend the 2019 show.

 


National Conference Sponsors