Hazelhurst Arts Centre in Sydney’s Gymea will again hold its hugely popular art and design market on Sunday 13 October, and this year will be bigger than ever with more stalls and a diverse range of ceramics, jewellery, wearable art, fashion and accessories, toys, textiles, candles, Greek sweets, vegan treats, homewares, paintings, photography, prints, and food; all lovingly made by hand by local artisans. There will be 99 stalls in the Made By Hand market for 2019.
More than 4,000 people attended the Made by Hand art & design market last year.
The markets will feature a range of artists and designers, including: jewellery by Jika, Unbutton Handmade, UNU Handcrafted Jewellery, and Bizwacky Designs, hats by Jenepher Walker Millinery, ceramics by DM Pottery, Mona-Lisa Ceramics, and Rachel Farag Pottery, hand blown glassware by Maimai glass, artworks by Liza Murphy, Alison Dickin and FOXYTROT, candles and fragrances by VERVE Candles, textiles and homewares by Belinda Doyle Art, Created by Culture, Shiztastic, and the Sylvanvale Foundation, wood-based art by Plant One On Me, and Simon Begg, as well as delicious treats by The Mimistry, and food and coffee by Underground Coffee Roasters, Onya Ghocchi, El Taco Loco and Diego’s Donuts.
Alongside the buzzing market, visitors will be able to enjoy face painting, live music, family craft activities, art talks and tours of the current exhibition, Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award.