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Marker Faire 2018 Vendor Gallery

April 19th, 2018

13th Annual Maker Faire Bay Area
May 18-20, 2018
San Mateo Event Center
1346 Saratoga Drive
San Mateo, CA 94403
For more details & tickets check out  makerfaire.com

Artisans and Crafters Wanted for Spring Gift Boutique – Alameda – 4/28/18

March 26th, 2018

Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1910 Santa Clara Ave, Alameda, is hosting their annual One-Day Spring Gift Boutique on Saturday April 28th, 10 am – 4 pm.  Just TWO weeks before Mother’s Day! Seeking local artisans and craft vendors!  Please NO direct sales or commercial vendors.  This event is open to the public.  Free Admission!  Free Parking!  A fun and festive event for local Artisans and Crafters to showcase their wares! Handcrafted items range from jewelry, beauty products, linens, home decor, clothing, accessories, textile arts, foods and lots more!  Gifts for the whole family — maybe pets too!  The fFee: $40 for 8-foot table, 1/2 table $20. Canopy space (10 x 10) in our courtyard is $50.  Reserve your space soon! For further information, or application, contact Karen by email: xhmbq-6538806428@comm.craigslist.org

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

Church Street Fair – Santa Cruz – Aug 4 & 5

March 25th, 2018

The Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium and the Cabrillo Music Festival would like to invite artists of all mediums to apply and showcase their work at the 27th Annual Church Street Fair on August 4 & 5, 2018 from 11am-7pm (new ending time, concerts will start at 7pm).  The fair takes place along Church Street/Center Street outside the Civic Auditorium in downtown Santa Cruz. With attendance expected to exceed 15,000, this is a terrific opportunity to display and sell artwork to collectors and the local community.

Painters, photographers, woodworkers, sculptors and craftspeople are all encouraged to submit an application. All original handmade fine art is welcome but commercially produced and imported items will not be accepted. Booth spaces are $225 each and are 10’ x 10’ with at least 1-2’ on each side.  Participants must provide their own tent, change fund, equipment etc.  Tables and chairs are available for rent.

No percentage of gross sales will be charged.

Exhibitors applications must be submitted by Friday, May 19th, and can be found at here (santacruzcivic.com)

or by calling (831) 420-5262. Applications received after May 19th will be reviewed as space allows.

The Church Street Fair features a myriad of artisans; non-stop live world music and dance on the outdoor stage, free kids events, delicious food and premiere Santa Cruz wine & beer. This popular outdoor fair in downtown Santa Cruz is FREE to the public.

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

Vallemar Craft Fair- April 22 – Pacifica

March 19th, 2018

Vallemar K-8 School in Pacifica home of FogFest, is looking to Sign up vendors for our Craft Fair and Flea Market on April 22.  This is the second year.  There will be music performances throughout the event to bring in shoppers. Get more information here: www.vallemarfleacraft.wordpress.com

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

Temescal Street Fair – Sun, Jun 10, 2018 – Oakland

March 14th, 2018

Come celebrate the 15th Annual Temescal Street Fair!

Enjoy live music on three stages, great food from popular Temescal eateries and mobile food vendors, craft beer, and scores of artisans at this FREE annual Festival!  Come see amazing tricks at the Kinetic Arts Center Circus Stage, visit business and community booths, listen to amazing local music,  and let the kids go wild a the Fun Zone and Carnival rides.  Free Valet Bike parking, a block from MacArthur BART.

If you’re interested in being a vendor, please click below and fill out the form.

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

Glen ParkFestival – Apr 29th – San Francisco

February 24th, 2018

Glen Park has felt like a neighborhood for a very long time. In fact, the first Glen Park all-neighborhood gathering took place 90 years ago, in 1911!

But the modern-day Festival came to life in 1997, created by a group of neighbors who had been talking about the neighborhood’s many artists and craftspeople. “Wouldn’t it be great for them to come together to exhibit their work in Glen Park?” the conversation went. “How about a street fair?” Thus, the Glen Park Festival began.

Since then, the Festival has evolved from a folksy, spontaneous neighborhood get-together to a well-planned annual event that combines fun and community support.

 

Vendor Applications:
https://glenparkfestival.com/vendor-application.shtml

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

 

ART + SOUL – Oakland – July 28 & 29

February 24th, 2018

Art + Soul Oakland is an annual summer art and music festival held in downtown Oakland, California,

The Vendor Application form for 2018 is now available on the Art + Soul Oakland website at www.artandsouloakland.com.

Or  Click here to start your application, or read the detailed descriptions below and click Apply on your category.  If you are unsure of which category to choose, please contact us at the email address below and we’ll help you decide which category is best for you.

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

Fourth of July Art Fair – Corte Madera

February 24th, 2018

Corte Madera invites you to their 2018 Fourth of July Parade and Festival! The parade will feature many incredible bands including the famous Corte Madera Town Band, McIntosh Pipe Band, and the Freedom Band. Parade starts at 10:30am (street closures at 10:00am), beginning at Redwood High School in Larkspur and ending at Corte Madera Town Center.

After the parade, festivities will be held at Corte Madera Town Park from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Festivities include Arts & Crafts with a large selection of artists and artisans inclulding some Twin Cities crafters, live enteratainment on the main stage from 12:30pm-5:00pm featuring music from Pop Rocks (12:30pm-3:30pm) and The 7th Sons (4:00pm-5:00pm), children’s activities including carnival games, bounce houses, slides, and arts and crafts. Food Vendors will serve up hamburgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, kettle corn, pizza, BBQ, and ice cream.

For application to be a Craft Vendor, call:  415-924-0441

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

 

Whole Earth Festival – Davis – May 11-13

February 14th, 2018

Whole Earth Festival began in 1969 as a small art class project (“Art Happening”) on the UC Davis Quad. The students used art to teach visitors about the realms of activism, wellness, and environmental sustainability in an interactive and creative way. Following the United Nations’ recognition of Earth Day in 1970, the event was renamed to “Whole Earth Festival” and has since evolved into an enormous, free, student-run event, attracting over 30,000 visitors annually on Mother’s Day weekend.

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We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

PATCHWORK SHOW – June 16th – Oakland

February 14th, 2018

For nearly a decade the Patchwork Show: Modern Makers Festival, has been showcasing local emerging artists, crafters and designers alongside artisan food, DIY craft workshops, gourmet food trucks and indie music.

Applications for the Spring Patchwork Show season open on February 26, 2018. Save the date!

Vendor info & applications:

Application + Vendor Info

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.