Category Archives: Fairs
The Renegade Craft Fair 2012, London (UK)
The Renegade Craft Fair (RCF) is a large scale marketplace event, showcasing the work of contemporary indie-craft artists. Featuring hundreds of artists at a time, vendors travel from all over to sell their handmade goods and original artwork. RCF is held in urban epicenters of creative indie-entrepreneurship throughout the US and abroad – including Brooklyn, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, and London (UK). Join the London RCF on September 15th and 16th 2012 from 11am-6pm both days at the Old Truman Brewery for the very best in indie crafts from the UK
Handmade Holiday Craft Fair, Brooklyn, NY
3rd Ward is the home for creativity. It’s a special place where you can experiment, practice and polish your craft, and a place to explore the possibilities.
Whether you’re looking to dabble in your creativity or whether you want to seriously turn your passion into your daily living, they are here to help you make it happen. 3rd Ward offers the classes, tools, and space you need to be inspired, share ideas, and express your creativity—all in a fun and supportive environment with people striving to do the same thing as you.
Venetian Carnival: A Place to Go Undercover
The word carnival (Italian: carnevale) possibly comes from the Latin carnem levare or carnelevarium, which means to take away or remove meat. A more probable etymology for the word carnevale may be derived from the Latin carne + vale, meaning “farewell to meat”. Developed around the Roman Catholic festival of Lent (Quaresima – derived from the Latin term Quadragesima, or “the forty days”), carnevale was associated with the pre-Lenten festivals practiced on and around Martedí Grasso (Shrove Tuesday) or Mardi Gras (trans. Fat Tuesday).
17th European Patchwork Meeting
17th European Patchwork Meeting will be organized 15th – 18th Septembre in Ste Marie-aux-Mines (Alsace, France). On the show the visitors will see a selection of more than 1000 antique, traditional and contemporary works of textile art, from all over the world.
This edition is dedicated in remembrance of the Austrian artist Greti Raffeiner, member of the quinTEXsenz group, invited this year for the presentation of their exhibition in which she had participated. Unfortunatelly she died unexpected during last February, and everyone who knew her and her work will miss her kondness, sense of humor and an extraordinary talent.