Our spring show is coming up on April 25, but there are many other crafty things to do in Cincinnati this month as well!
You’ve been waiting to find out who’s going to be at our spring show, and we spent days going through the applications to select the 50 crafters. And finally you can see the vendor list here! Our spring crafters represent eight states, coming from as far away as New York and North Carolina, and more than a third of them are new to our show! Including Half Hazard Press, whose poster for OK Go is above, and Stephanie Raab, who made the cute gift tags below, jewelry maker tree trunk arts and ceramicist Meagan Martin: Want to do more than just shop at our spring craft show? You can help us out as a volunteer or a sponsor!
Applications for the Crafty Supermarket spring craft show are now closed! We will let everyone who applied know about their acceptance status by March 15.
Accepted crafters will have until April 1 to pay their table fee. If you don’t pay your table fee by April 1, we’ll offer the space to another crafter who applied before the deadline.
I missed the deadline! Can I still apply?
We get more applications for the show than we can accept, so we can’t allow any late applications out of fairness to crafters who applied before the deadline. If a spot opens up from a vendor being unable to attend the show, we select alternates from the people who applied before the deadline.
If you want to apply to be in our next show, be sure to follow us here on the website, on Facebook or via our e-newsletter. We broadcast our upcoming opportunities in all those places! Applications for our holiday show on Nov. 28 will open in July.
Crafty Supermarket is a magical event: Dozens of handmade vendors come from just a few minutes away or a few states away to show their best work to thousands of shoppers. To help us make the craft show the best it can be, we enlist volunteers and work with sponsors — and here’s how you can get involved:
At our spring show on April 25 at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center, we have a couple of opportunities for people to help out. (And when you assist us for a couple hours, you’ll get one of our famous swag bags!) Volunteers can choose to do any of the following things: help shoppers know where everything is, assist vendors who need a break, help load in at the beginning of the day or clean up at the end of the day. You can learn more and submit your info here. We’ll get back to you a few weeks before the show with the schedule. (Note that we sometimes get more volunteer applications than we can take, but we’ll get back to you either way!)
We work with all kinds of local organizations who love handmade and want to help spread the word. From arts nonprofits and landmark institutions to DIY shops and enterprises, if you support the maker movement, we’d love to work with you! Learn more about partnership opportunities here and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have an idea of how we can work together!