Are you ready for Artscape 2014?
It’s happening from July 18 to July 20!
New for 2014, the Emerging Artist Program supports artists participating in their first outdoor art show. Selected Emerging Artists are paired with established artists working in the same medium to answer questions about exhibiting and offer advice on maximizingsales, booth design and art pricing. The program also provides a space in the Artists Market, free of cost.
- Emerging Artists Jewelry
- Exhibitors Baltimore Jewelry Center (Baltimore, MD)
- Wearable Art/Fashion
- Annie Kaufman (Baltimore, MD)
Some local crafters/designers to check out:
Yummy & Company
Allison Fomich, Brett Lojzim
Be sure to check out the website to plan your Artscape adventure: http://www.artscape.org/
Guess what, Baltimore Fashion Alliance’s Fashion Block is back at Artscae this year! On Saturday, July 19 from noon to 11:30 p.m. stop by 1800 Charles Street to see ever changing runqya shows and to check out local fashion vendors.
SPEAKING OF BALTIMORE FASHION ALLIANCE…
Say hello to their new President of Baltimore Fashion Alliance, Caprece Jackson-Garrett!!
Besides Fashion Block at Artscape, the Baltimore Fashion Alliance has a few other fashion events you should mark on your calendar!
JULY 26 and AUGUST 30 INAUGURAL FASHION AND ART BLOCK AT THE INNER HARBOR
It will be from 1p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Pratt Street promenade between Charles Street and Light Street. It is being co-produced by RAW Baltimore (you know how much Ms. Charm loves and supports RAW) and Wear It Out Baltimore. Both days will feature a fashion show with professional models and commentary from the participating vendors and designers. In addition, the Fashion and Art Block will host local artists who will have their work on display and for sale.
Participating vendors for the events, many of them Baltimore-based, include the Tin Lizzy Mobile Boutique fashion truck, yoga clothing company 3 Clothing and designer Evette Street. Jackson-Garrett said that more than 25 vendors will be featured at each event. Items for sale will include custom designs and one-of-a-kind garments.
To be a part of the 7/25 or 8/30 events, go to www.wearitoutbaltimore.com to register.