Calling all crafty sellers

Article dated Tuesday Aug 7, 2018 at 01:59 PM

Cartwright Hall Art Gallery  is offering designers and makers of contemporary crafts the opportunity to sell their products at the event at the Bradford Council-run museum and gallery on Sunday 7 October.

They are looking for anyone who makes and sells their own products, including makers of jewellery, prints, textiles, ceramics, glass and bespoke gifts, who would like to have a stall at this exclusive event.

The event follows on from previous successful craft exhibitions.

This is an excellent opportunity for people to showcase their artistic talents in the civic art gallery in the beautiful Grade II listed building which is surrounded by the award winning Lister Park.

Coun Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Healthy People and Places, said: “Design and craft making is vital to our society, culture and economy. Continuing the success of previous craft exhibitions, this craft fair will showcase current contemporary UK makers, allowing them to share their creative talents and sell their products to a wide range of people.

“Visitors will be invited to buy products from all disciplines including beautiful ceramics, illustration, jewellery, prints, textiles as well as a handpicked selection of unique, bespoke gifts and design.”

For more information about this exciting opportunity visit www.bradfordmuseums.org or email sonja.kielty@bradford.gov.uk.

Traders will need to return their completed booking forms by Monday 13 August to be in with the chance of trading at the craft fair.

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