Stop by the empty lot on Cedar Avenue (next door to WBSC) on Saturday from 10 - 3PM for the first in a new series of monthly market days being put on by folks in the neighborhood. This market might not have the
contrived atmosphere glitz of local art fairs, or the foot traffic of our awesome farmers’ markets, but it will have vendors selling art, clothing, jewelery, second-hand items, used bikes, cd’s, records, tshirts, hand made rugs, hand made bags…and anything else that you roll-up to sell or trade. Seriously - it’s the kind of place where you can bring a blanket and a box of books to sell - no reservations needed!
There will be live music, and you can grab a bite to eat at any of the nearby restaurants.
Colin and I will be bringing our new project Movement Museum outdoors for the first time. Stop by to say hello.
Some folks working out of the Bryan Coyle Center are looking for help this summer from artists who might be interested in youth mural and art projects, i.e. painting art on balusters, garbage cans, utility boxes, etc.
If you’re interested, contact them directly, or let us know if you want us to connect the dots.