We may marvel at both the creativity and quality of work in a piece of pottery or a sculpture, or of a well-played basketball game or well-acted play. Although each may have similarities, and each may have instances of what might be called creativity, one is often considered art, whereas the other a craft. This article, using concept analyses, will explore what may be guiding the abstract tact “art” and the abstract tact “craft.” The critical features of each as well as the varying features will be described, compared, and contrasted. The consequential contingencies governing the creation or performance of each, and the effect of the work on the audience are the basis of the concept analysis. In the process it will be demonstrated how a consequential contingency analysis may contribute to understanding art, craft, their creation, and definition.