The (Makers) Market

 MINDS OVER MATTER AT THE OLD AMERICAN CAN FACTORY

 

 

 

 

   
           
   
 
 
 
       
  1. VISIT THE MARKET   2. SEE THE SHOWS
       
  The (Makers) Market is an indoor, artisan market located at The Old American Can Factory in Gowanus. It is a 'destination' market offering visitors a changing, diverse group  of Makers who exhibit and sell their wares of enduring design, high-quality materials, and artisanal fabrication.   On Sunday 21 November 2010, The (Makers) Market resumes Minds over Matter with (Su) Sugar, the fourth in a series of ten material-based shows, exhibiting and offering a broad range of products made of a different material at each market..
 
 
 
 
   
 
3. MEET YOUR MAKER   4. JOIN THE MARKET
 
  Since opening in Summer 2009, The (Makers) Market featured more than 100 Makers and their wares along with the Park Slope Farmers Market who will join again each Sunday beginning on     12  December 2010.   Artisans working in all materials are invited to apply to join The (Makers) Market, and become a member of a community of Makers to exhibit and sell at either a single materials show or at the general market for an entire season or two, or both.
 
 
 
 
   
 
  5. WORK THE FACTORY   6. LOVE OUR NEIGHBORS  
       
 

The Old American Can Factory is a haven to a curated community of more than 200 artists, artisans, designers, filmmakers, publishers, non-profit organizations and cultural venues set in an historic industrial complex on the edge of the Gowanus Canal's Fifth St  Basin in Brooklyn.

  Gowanus Valley is centrally nestled between Carroll Gardens and Park Slope, Boerum Hill and Red Hook. The (OA) Can Factory sits in the nexus of a neighborhood surrounded by many arts & culture destinations as well as eateries & shops, minutes walk in any direction. (More soon.)

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The (Makers) Market at The Old American Can Factory

232 Third Street Brooklyn NY 11215  T 718-237-4335  F 718-237-4534  MARKET@XOPROJECTS.COM

 

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