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Sydney Craft Week: Makers Market

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When:
Sat 07 Oct 2017
Cost:
Free
Details:
The Australian Design Centre is holding a special Makers Market in Palmer Street, Darlinghurst, with a curated selection of works by some of the city’s brightest talent. In a celebration of creativity, materials and entrepreneurship, this market presents work by artists who weave, hammer, throw, bend, twist, fire, decorate and create – day in, day out – right across the Greater Sydney area. This is your chance to buy local and support makers, while purchasing hand-made items of exceptional quality.

Makers include: Amy Tamblin, Blak Markets, Chase Fate, City East Community College, Clay Canoe, Cloth Fabric, Heirloom Fibrecraft, Herbert and Friends, IdeastoForm, Katherine Mahoney Ceramics, Little White Dish, Modern Murri, Molly Coombs Marr, Mukumono Ceramics, Outer Island, Public Holiday, Tara Burke, The Raconteur, the Raisin did It, Trade the Mark and Workshop 85.

Opening and Closing Dates:
Saturday, 7th October 10am – 4pm

Organisation: Australian Design Centre

Photo courtesy of Clay Canoe
Location:
Australian Design Centre
101-115 William Street
(Corner of William and Palmer St)
Darlinghurst

Contact:
Australian Design Centre on
  02 9361 4555

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