Applications for stallholders are open now for Hunter Arts Network’s next Art Bazaar at Lambton Park on Sunday 28 November. This is our big Christmas market and we will be there from 9am – 3pm. Hoping we will be out of lockdown by then!
Stallholders are selected based on the originality and quality of their wares – so there’s plenty to capture your imagination. Bring the family or meet up with friends to wander the stalls to find unique gifts or treat for yourself, and meet the local Hunter makers and artists.
By purchasing direct from the makers you’ll be supporting their work after what’s been another difficult year and you get to take home a one-of-a kind treasure or get in early with your Christmas shopping!
All stallholders are members of Hunter Arts Network. The event showcases their unique, handmade artisan goods including a wide variety of carefully selected stalls featuring premium local artisan handmade products. Art Bazaar has cemented it’s reputation since 2002 as the event that showcases the Hunter’s creative & vibrant art community that locals & visitors look forward to several times every year. Food trucks, coffee and entertainment is also on offer. HAN is run by a dedicated committee of volunteers who have also worked hard to celebrate all modalities of visual arts
APPLICATIONS FOR STALLHOLDERS ARE NOW OPEN – APPLY ONLINE NOW:
Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar at Lambton Park on Sunday 28 November 9-3pm – stall fee $80.00
Some of the Hunter Arts Network members who will be setting up stalls at Art Bazaar on Sunday 28 November include:
Janet Graham Pottery
Allys glass chimes
Janet Graham Pottery
Natalie Kube fine jewellery
Art for the Soul
T LO ART
Fine Lines by Laura
Karen Scott Murals
Bruce Roxburgh, abstract works on paper- detailed textured drawings
Tinkat Alley Art Studio
Dianna Kellerman Arts
Fancy Nancy Ceramics
Cherry On Top Designs
Sam Blanks Illustration
Dan Bianco Art
Margo Humphries Art
Sharon Williams and Kellie Hornby-Howell
Kimberly Swan Artist
Warped n Twisted Creations
Henrietta Mooney & Victoria Dixon – Natural History Illustrators, and the Hunter Region Field Naturalists & Nature Journaling Club
The Hunter’s Smallest Mobile Art Gallery
Leadlight By Linda
BARNES, Maria (EMBRACE ART)
CULLEN, Wendy Alice (BENNI-ALICE ART)
DEVRIES, Janet (LOVING ART)
LANE, Robyn (ART & LEATHER)
MOSS, Nina (STELLA BELLA)
TWEEDIE, Elwyn (MUMMAS TREASURES)
WILKINSON, Linda (BUSH INK)
ATKINSON, Justine & Nola
GRIEVES, Max & Bronwyn
Crescent Star Food
NSW Government COVID-19 Safety Plan for Non-food markets:
In the interests of keeping everyone as safe and healthy as possible, acceptance of your stall application is conditional upon your compliance with the following guidelines:
If you are feeling unwell or experience flu-like symptoms, please stay at home.
If you have visited a recently compromised venue or a ‘hot spot’ within the last 14 days, please stay at home.
Please observe 1.5m distance from other stall holders or visitors at all times.
As long as people observe the 1.5m rule wherever possible, walk ins should be fine
Please consider wearing a mask.
Please provide hand sanitizer at your stall.
Please clean touch points on your display area frequently.
Please have in place your own COVID Safe Policy regarding the handling of your items, clearly displayed on your stall. For example, you might implement a no touching policy, or insist that customers sanitise their hands before and after handling your art.
Please provide electronic payment options for contactless payment.