Saturday, November 18 at 10 AM - 3 PM
Fine Arts and Fine Crafts indoor Market of original work featuring area artists, Winter Solstice Facepainting with "Painted Love" by Jennifer Sekella, and for Kids Under 12 Only, One per Child: Winter Solstice Votive Activity with Maddie Piper and Bracelet Beading with Marie Curtis, Free! #elmiracreativecorridor (Image: "Community Arts of Elmira" by Diane Janowski)
Our events feature over 70 independent artists and small business from around the Rochester area. Unlike standard craft shows, Mayday! Underground offers shoppers a spectrum of items that put an unconventional spin on traditional art and craft. They focus on modern, hip and trendy items that are completely handmade, coupled with a more urban shopping experience. Included in the merchant lineup are jewelers, soap makers, painters and illustrative artists, ceramicists, fiber crafters, and many more unique artisans. In addition to free admission for all, the first 50 patrons through the door will receive one of Mayday's reusable, limited edition “swag bags” screen printed with artwork by Casey Wright. Each one is filled with artistic contributions from the vendors at the show.
Mayday! Underground was inspired by the “indie” craft movement taking place in larger cities around the country. They take pride in finding local artist who can bring the avant garde, the extraordinary and a dash of bizarre to their unique craft show.
The events are organized by Amanda Preske, Casey Wright, Jessica Goodenbury and Erin Gursslin, Rochestarians and artists themselves. Back in 2009, Amanda and Casey realized that Rochester had a gap in its thriving art scene for non-traditional crafts so they set out to create a show that focuses on it. Since its inception, Mayday! Underground has grown to be the biggest and most attended indie art fair in Rochester and they hope that this year's event will be their most successful to date.
art + craft + food trucks
It's our 10th Anniversary!
We're celebrating by bringing Second Storie Market 2017 to a new venue for a brand new fall show. Change is good!
Mark your calendars and join us at Second Chic in the Edge of the Wedge on October 28th. We'll have many of your favorite local artists, crafters, and more for the coziest autumn show around!
Vendor lineup coming soon!
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Saturday, October 28 at 10 AM - 6 PM
The Ithaca Farmers Market is a cooperative with 165 vendors who live within 30 miles of Ithaca, New York. Agricultural vendors grow and offer high quality fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs, poultry and dairy products. Food vendors bring a wide variety of freshly baked goods, jellies, honey, and sauces as well as delicious meals to eat at the market. Many talented artists and craftspeople sell their exceptional, locally made items.
Ithaca's premier event of the Fall, Apple Harvest Festival presented by the Tompkins Trust Company is a three day celebration of food, fun, and apples!
The 33rd Annual Great Downtown Ithaca Apple Harvest Festival set to take place on Friday October 2nd (12pm-6pm), Saturday October 3rd (10am-6pm) and Sunday October 4th (10am-6pm). The 2015 Apple Harvest Festival made possible by support from the Tompkins Trust Company hosts plenty of apples, local produce, fresh baked goods, family entertainment at every turn, games, rides, prizes and live performances on two stages. Apple Harvest Festival is a great introduction to the rich farm and artist community of Ithaca. First time visitors can witness a variety of wonderful local entertainment while also visiting the historical outdoor pedestrian shopping mall, The Ithaca Commons. The pedestrian mall is the epicenter of the festival and the gateway to a nostalgic journey to harvest season fun.
Over 100 vendors will be selling unique apple varieties, hot apple cider donuts, kettle corn, local farm fresh baked goods and a multitude of around the world specialties. Local farmers are on site selling everything from tasty apple beverages to local pumpkins and of course, apples, apples and more apples. Wineries and cideries have regional beverages available for tasting and purchase. Kids can visit with the goats and learn how fiber is made with Laughing Goat Fiber Farm. Looking for quality goods, visit 50 different handcrafting artisans along Cayuga Street at the fall craft show which includes jewelry, ceramics, home decor, body care, specialty gifts, unique sculpture, clothing and so much more.
Nearly 60 years after the first Clothesline, Rochester’s largest and longest-running fine art and crafts festival continues to thrive. It’s now the place to
- browse and buy original artwork by more than 400 New York state artists
- experience all-day live entertainment
- sample food from some of Rochester’s favorite vendors
- enjoy free family art activities at the Creative Workshop
- search for bargains at the Gallery Store’s Sidewalk Sale and the art library’s used book sale
- visit the museum (included in admission)
When: Saturday, September 12, 10 am–6 pm | Sunday, September 13, 10 am–5 pm | Rain or shine! Exclusive to MAG members: early bird shopping Saturday, 9:30–10 am
Admission: $5 (MAG members $4) to benefit the Gallery; 10 and under free if accompanied by an adult.
Shop – With more than 170 artists and craftspeople selling work done in 16 different mediums, you’re sure to find something you love.
See over fifty performances on three stages.
Dance at our family friendly dance tent.
Bring the family to Kidsfest, where children can do hands-on arts projects, see kids-oriented performances, and march in Sunday’s Kidsfest parade.
Environmentalism is a huge part of our mission and Environmental Row is a big part of that, featuring booths demonstrating things we can do to help sustain the planet.
Cultural Row features over 30 local and regional organizations working to make our communities stronger.
Eat – When you are ready for a snack, our festival café will have vendors waiting to serve you.
It promises to be a great time. We can’t wait to see you there!
ROCHESTER’S MOST DAZZLING SUMMER FESTIVAL!
Renowned for its architecture, culture, and hip urban atmosphere, the Park Avenue neighborhood is transformed for one weekend each year into a one-of-a-kind shopping mecca, filled with original creations from more than 350 artists, craftspeople and exhibitors from the U.S. and Canada.
You won’t want to miss a single thing for the festival’s entire “miracle mile and a quarter!” The Park Ave Summer Art Fest stretches a full 1¼ miles from Alexander Street at its west end to Culver Road at the east. Exhibitors set up from curb to sidewalk, and Park Avenue itself closes to vehicular traffic, filling from end to end with festival-goers. There’s plenty of room for viewing, socializing, eating, and—of course—shopping from one end of the festival to the other.
This spectacular 3-day showcase of the country's most talented artists, craftspeople, and entertainers is centered on historic Columbus Circle in downtown Syracuse. The show features more than 160 artists representing 30 states and Canada. More than 50,000 visitors will shop and browse among the art and craft exhibits and enjoy a wide variety of music, multi-cultural performances, summer refreshments, and participatory activities. The festival is one of the premier events of ArtsWeek.
The Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival provides an opportunity for visitors to experience the vitality of life in downtown Syracuse through a showcase of visual and performing arts that demonstrate diverse art forms and cultures.
This event is made possible, in part, by a grant through New York State Senator John A. DeFrancisco and a Tier Three Project Support Grant through Onondaga County, administered by CNY Central.
Join us for our 8th annual
Finger Lakes Lavender Festival
Saturday, July 11th & Sunday, July 12th
Free Admission and Parking
Artists and Crafters will be offering unique products from handcrafted jewelry, handmade wooden bowl, pottery, artistic landscapes, baskets and so much more. Shop Lockwood Lavender Farm's, Lavender Market offering all-natural lavender and honey products.
Expect a lively atmosphere at the RCF Pop-Ups with shopping, interactive activities, and only made better by all the tasty treats next door from the array of selected local food purveyors at Smorgasburg.
We have some fun activities to join in on that will be popping in and out each weekend. Lauren Simkin Berke will be dispensing drawings, hand-lettered notes and transcriptions with influence and inspiration from the crowd each Saturday as a nice handcrafted memento of your day on the waterfront. Don’t forget to stop by the free-to-use Magnolia Photo Booth! It will be on site each Saturday too, furnished with props and accessories to help commemorate your visit to the inaugural Renegade Craft Fair Brooklyn Pop-Ups!
At the June 27th Pop-Up, Melissa Diaz, invites attendees to enter and explore her interactive hut, where attendees can weave and blend their own creations onto the structure using materials on-hand. Spend a snippet of your day at the June 27th Pop-Up learning polymer clay techniques with Okru. In this series of short workshops hosted by State x State, you’ll learn the basic polymer techniques (such as marbling, gradients, and abstract texturing) that have become the foundation for the Okru collection. Not only will you leave with new skills, you’ll also have your own unbaked polymer creation to bake when you get home!
We hope you will join us at one or more of our Saturday Pop-Ups this June! In the meantime, please feel free to grab a Fair flyer and help us spread the word!
The 2015 Ithaca Festival will kick off with the parade, Thursday May 28th, followed by programming downtown through Sunday, May 31.
The 2015 theme "Better Together" speaks to the vast diversity of people, cultures and perspectives that make our community complete. The combination of celebration and creative expression becomes a backdrop for approaching differences and building understanding among people.
Ithaca Festival is delighted to offer a wide range of opportunities for local professionals, amateurs and youth groups to present their work, celebrating the wide array of art and creative talent of Ithaca.
2014 marks the sixth year for the Salt Market event, which focuses on handmade goods and art, and was created by Briana Kohlbrenner and Vanessa Rose.
Craftspeople from Upstate New York and beyond showcase their products, including ceramics, screen-printing, upcycled fashion, and reclaimed furniture. There will be beverages and sweet treats to enjoy provided by Recess Coffee and LOFO, along with live musicians to entertain the crowd as they shop this vibrant, community-based event.
Salt Market connects the community at large with independent artists & designers whose wares are not easily accessible otherwise. Many of the market vendors don’t sell in nearby stores or other craft markets, making this market a unique event for our city.
The Salt Market asks for a $2 donation at the door.
Fifty-eight years after the first Clothesline, Rochester's largest and longest-running fine art and crafts festival continues to evolve. It's now the place to experience all-day live entertainment, sample food from some of Rochester’s favorite vendors, enjoy free family art activities, visit the museum, and of course, browse and buy original artwork throughout the grounds
One of Rochester's oldest and most unique neighborhoods celebrates its 37th Annual Festival of arts, crafts and music. This festival annually attracts over 250,000 people!
Artists and Crafts people
This year's festival will feature 300 artists, vendors, and exhibitors from 21 states and Canada!
Food & Drink
A variety of foods, enough to satisfy any craving-Cajun specialties, Spicy Caribbean chicken, fish and chips, steamed clams, chicken Caesar salad roll-ups, Portobello mushroom sandwiches, crepes, candied nuts, bloomin' onions, lime rickeys, jambalaya, fried dough, giant turkey drumsticks, soft pretzels, Italian ices, espresso, strawberry shortcake and more! As always, the Park Avenue Summer Art Fest is a nonalcoholic event-The City's open container law will be enforced. (from website)
This spectacular 3-day showcase of the country's most talented artists, craftspeople, and entertainers is centered on historic Columbus Circle in downtown Syracuse. The show features more than 160 artists representing 30 states and Canada. More than 50,000 visitors will shop and browse among the art and craft exhibits and enjoy a wide variety of music, multi-cultural performances, summer refreshments, and participatory activities. The festival is one of the premier events of ArtsWeek. The Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival provides an opportunity for visitors to experience the vitality of life in downtown Syracuse through a showcase of visual and performing arts that demonstrate diverse art forms and cultures. (Festival Homepage)
With just a short drive from the hustle and bustle of city life, the Lavender Festival is a perfect day in the country. Not only is this event a celebration of all the wonders of lavender, but also an event that knits together local, talented artisans. The festival offers outstanding photographic opportunities throughout the grounds and at the presentations.
Lockwood Farm 1862 West Lake Rd Skaneateles, NY