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Seventy Local Artists in SouthSide Works for Three-Day “Exposed”
I Made It! Market, the city’s nomadic indie craft marketplace, will pop into the
SouthSide Works Friday, July 13 from 5 - 10 pm, Saturday, July 14 from 12
- 10 pm and Sunday, July 15 from 12 - 5 pm, for the SouthSide Works
“Exposed” Artists Market.
local and regional artists will be set up through the weekend lining 27th
Street, offering handmade items including jewelry, hand-dyed clothing and
accessories, children’s clothing, housewares, ceramics, handbags, natural bath
and body products, beautiful work made from repurposed materials, Pittsburgh
themed t-shirts–even treats for your furry friends.
event includes live musicians and entertainers throughout each day, activities
for kids, a sidewalk sale offering great deals from SSW tenants, and a variety
of food vendors. Meet our artists
For a schedule of events and entertainers, visit the SouthSide Works website.
McClure is making a name for herself in the handmade world, bringing vintage
jewelry created with repurposed materials to the pittsburgh community http://imadeitmarket.com/bel-monili/
Yes, concrete CAN be art! Nicole makes large scale planters, tiles and
countertops all beautifully set in concrete http://imadeitmarket.com/concrete-zen/
Steel City Cotton Works: Carly and Brandon bring you the t-shirts you’ve been searching
for, like shirts emblazoned with Gotham City and Pittsburgh Zombie themed
Melissa and Lew McCabe give discarded silverware a new life as jewelry,
beautifully crafted wind chimes and other accessories–like fork
WRRYFree Skin Care:
William Reynolds offers skin care products for the whole family that are safe
and natural. http://imadeitmarket.com/wrryfree-skin-care/
textile artist Amber Coppings, creates hand-dyed clothing and accessories http://imadeitmarket.com/xmittens /
SouthSide Works parking lots are conveniently located around the
central square. Parking after 5 pm and on weekends tops at $3 and the
first hour is free.
I Made It! Market creates events with a two-fold
mission in mind: to
provide the opportunity for regional craftspeople to establish small businesses
and to partner with non-profit, arts, and community groups in order to raise
awareness–and sometimes funds–for their causes.
with IMI!: For more information, including sponsorship and
partnerships, or if you are interested in vending at a future I Made It! Market
event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Event sponsors include: SouthSide Works, the Port Authority, YELP, 82 Concepts
and the Cotton Factory. Also, I Made It! would like to thank our Ultimate
Artist Sponsors, Bel Monili, Whimsical Wonders and WRRYFree Skin Care.
July 13 2012