(Washington DC) There is a new art market sprouting in the Edgewood Neighborhood in Northeast DC. It is the home to our "From Edgewood to the Edge of the World" mural. The neighborhood is changing daily. When you walk down my street, you see that residents are planting more flowers, fixing up their porches, new folks and businesses moving into empty houses. And now with the new trail that connects the place with the rest of the city for the bikers and pedestrians, more and more people visit the neighborhood from the surrounding areas. On June 5th, there will be an official trail opening event, so there will be a lot of people in the area. Take advantage of it to market your artwork!
Name: Edgewood Arts Market
Original, handcrafted, locally produced arts and good, and antiques
Dates: The market grand opening is on June 5th, 10am – 6pm. (Also an opening day of the Metropolitan Branch Trail)
Contacts: Omowale Sia firstname.lastname@example.org and Quest Skinnerquestskinner@gmail.com
Cost: $25 for a single space (10 x 18 feet), $80 if you sign up for four Saturdays
Tents provided on June 5th on first-come first-serve basis until supplies last.
Sign up soon to reserve the best spot!
Schedule: Area opens at 8:30 for set up. All vehicles must be removed by 9:45 (can be parked in the adjacent parking lot).