We have room for a couple more vendors at the Downtown Pop-Up Party on March 29th at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, 1-5 pm. These few spots will go quickly so if you are a craft or vintage vendor and you’re interested, jump on it!
Some vendor spaces are inside and some are outside. All will be very visible for this super fun event! Once accepted, vendors will be given the option for inside or outside on a first come, first served basis (we will email you your choices). We will not be offering refunds if the weather is bad.
The application is here. Filling these last few spots will be done on a rolling basis. Meaning, go apply now before it’s too late! The event offers a sneak-peek at some of the pop-up shop tenant who will be located along the streetcar route plus all that the Curb Market has to offer!
Have you heard? Atlanta is getting a streetcar connecting the downtown tourist district to the MLKing Jr Historic District.
And did you hear? Central Atlanta Progress has organized a group of pop-up shops along the route.
And BIG NEWS!!!! We are going to have a shop!
More details on that a little later but for now join us on March 29th for a Pop-Up Sneak Peek Block Party held in partnership with Creative Loafing.
Pop-Up Sneak Peek Block Party
Saturday, March 29, 2014
On Edgewood Ave near Jesse Hill Jr Dr
Across from the Sweet Auburn Curb Market
Music, food trucks, beer and a craft & vintage market!
We are accepting applications for craft and vintage vendors on a rolling basis.
We have a limited number of booths available and once we have enough approved vendors we will shut down this application.
MEANING = APPLY NOW
Before it’s too late!
Booths are 10×10.
Booths cost $55.
GO HERE TO APPLY!!!!! NOW!
Atlanta is iced over today. Here are a few views taken by Shannon.
Our friends at Dashboard Co-op are hosting their big awesome annual event on Saturday night.
FEB 8, 7 to 11pm
MIDTOWN PLAZA, 1360 PEACHTREE ST
$8 in advance, $10 at the door
DASH produces art exhibits in vacant properties. The results? Launched art careers and thriving businesses. Since 2010, they have brought major exposure to 51 artists and of the twelve exhibitions they’ve hosted in vacant properties, eleven now house thriving businesses. Yay!
Check out their super cool infographic below and then go buy your ticket for Saturday.
PS- Full disclosure: we share our new studio space with a few super awesome people who we’d like to tell you about. Beth, executive director of DASH, is one of those super awesome people!
Our vintage market Salvage is coming up on April 12 and it’s time to apply to be a vendor! We are taking applications February 1-March 1 (psssst, it’s actually already live on the site!). We are seeking vendors who sell vintage treasures as well as crafters who make items with a vintage aesthetic. The event is a lot of fun and we can’t wait to see you there!
It snowed here in Atlanta yesterday. And the city shut down in to a terrible gridlock turning commutes that normally take 30-45 minutes into 10-hour long treks. Yes, you read that correctly: 10 HOURS. A lot of people became stranded and are still not home this morning. I’m feeling very lucky and thankful and sad for my fellow ATLiens who have had a rough time of it.
This article by local writer Jessica Blankenship sums it up well (make sure you click on “One guy” for further summing up). Please be safe and help others when possible.
View from my commute home yesterday on MARTA, which only took about 10 minutes longer than normal due to cautious walking. I won’t soapbox it while people are suffering, but I will say I wish our city had more transit.
Happy Martin Luther King Jr Day from Atlanta!
We took a walk downtown last week to see the route of the Atlanta Streetcar. The project will be complete this spring and will connect downtown to the MLKing Historic District. It’s going to be a really cool addition to Atlanta. Here are a few snapshots we took along the way, including a photo of the Hero mural of Congressman John Lewis painted by our friends at The Loss Prevention.
You guys, go have yourself a really super awesome Friday evening! We’re talkin’ about takin’ it out and choppin’ it up!
We hand out swag bags to the first attendees at all of our events. It’s a tradition we’ve kept up since our very first event in 2005. Last month, we had two great designs at Summer ICE by Tiger Wizard (top) and Smarty Pants Paper Co. (bottom).
We are so lucky to work with so many super talented artists!
Today is the last day to apply to Salvage, which will be on September 14th. We are looking for awesome vintage vendors as well as crafters who make products with a vintage aesthetic. Salvage is lots of fun with a live DJ, swag bags for the first 100 attendees, photobooth and more!