A Holiday Arts and Craft Show at the Staircase Theatre Wants You!
THE DEADLINE FOR THIS SHOW IS June 30, 2016!
When? Saturday November 26 and Sunday November 27, 2016
11 am to 5 pm.
A one of a kind show that celebrates 32 of the finest local makers of art and craft.
Handmade Hamilton celebrates it’s 5th year in Hamilton and it’s 3rd year at the Staircase.
The show is organized by The Staircase Cafe Theatre and Lisa Pijuan-Nomura of GirlCanCreate. Pijuan-Nomura is the founder of Movies and Makers in Toronto, one of the co-founders of Queen and Jackson in Hamilton and is especially interested in bringing together the best creative makers in beautiful vintage buildings. Together with the hospitality of The Staircase Cafe, Handmade Hamilton showcases great makers, local community and good food, all under one roof
Handmade Hamilton is looking for a variety of makers.
If you make jewelry, clothes, art, stuffies, zines, buttons…we want you.
Please note that we cannot accept any makers of food or drink due to building health codes.
The deadline for applications is midnight on June 30, 2016.
All applicants will be notified of participation by July 20, 2016.
Please email all applications to curator Lisa Pijuan-Nomura email@example.com
Applicants must submit the following:
* Primary Contact
(please keep files under 500k in JPEG or GIF format.)
These photos might be used for as on screen promotion at the Staircase Theatre. If you have a logo please include that.
4ft x 2ft table-$115
Please note that there are 3 separate rooms in the building that will be used for the show.
Unfortunately the building is not fully accessible, only partially accessible.
Upon receipt of your application you will receive an email confirmation.
We will contact all applicants by email by July 20, 2016.
Once accepted all vendor payments must be submitted by August 15, 2016. If payment is not received by this date acceptance will be withdrawn. If accepted payment info will be sent out along with your acceptance letter.
Once accepted into Handmade Hamilton and your payment has been submitted, your participation fee is non-refundable.
Contact Lisa Pijuan-Nomura at girlcancreate [at] gmail.com with any questions.
I love challenges and so when Hundred Dollar Gallery asked if I wanted to do a show with local author and dear friend Gary Barwin, I was very interested. I was wanting to do something bookish and so, I decided to create collages out of a set of encyclopedias from 1952. I am allowed to add up to 5 extra pieces of ephemera to each collage but each piece will have paper only from one volume from the set. It’s been interesting to combine such abstract images together to create a cohesive piece. I have a handful more to finish and I am very excited to share so I hope that you will join us at Encyclopedia of Everything.