Handmade Arcade
Dec
7
11:00 am11:00

Handmade Arcade

 

Join me for my first ever time vending at Handmade Arcade!

Handmade Arcade (HA), founded in 2004, is Pittsburgh’s first and largest independent craft fair. Now in its tenth year, HA brings young, innovative crafters and progressive do-it-yourself designers to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on December 7, 2013 to sell their handmade, locally produced, and offbeat wares at a bustling marketplace. A highly anticipated annual event, HA attracts more than 8,000 attendees in one day. HA provides craft artists working outside mainstream and fine arts sectors with a grassroots, high-visibility venue to sell wares, build community, network, and share their artistic practice.

Handmade Arcade is run by a collective of creative Pittsburghers who have helped to shape and bolster Pittsburgh’s independent craft scene over the past nine years. The group’s founders — who, along with new volunteers, still run the event today — were inspired to organize a craft fair of Pittsburgh’s own that would tap into a national movement and provide a welcoming venue for artists and shoppers to come together. Handmade Arcade’s growth has coincided with the international resurgence of crafting, as new generations are reclaiming and reinventing craft materials and methods.
 

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KODACHROME WORKS
Jan
4
Jan 30

KODACHROME WORKS

  • The Mr. Roboto Project

KODACHROME WORKS at The Mr. Roboto Project, was exhibition of new fiber work, drawings and video. This exhibition was on view throughout the month of January 2013. The opening reception for  KODACHROME WORKS by Sam Ditch was held during the January Unblurred at the Mr. Roboto Project. During the opening, music was provided by Ivory Weeds and Sink Tapes.