100% Handmade Craft Market – a benefit for The NYC Museum School
Saturday, September 30, 2017
11:00 am – 5:30 pm
West 17th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues
Contact: [email protected] or (917) 589-8893
NEW YORK, NY (August 25, 2017) – Fair Lady Markets is thrilled to once again organize a 100% handmade craft market featuring NYC’s best local talent! We’ve got jewelry, clothing and accessories for kids and adults, bath and body, housewares, original art, and pet apparel for you and anyone on your gift list. And Animal Care Centers of NYC will be bringing its adoption van of kittens, puppies, cats and dogs (snuggles are always free)!
This one-day, outdoor event is a fundraiser for the Museum School, and Angela Skirianos, Museum School Dean, says, “I love that our fundraiser brings creativity and vibrancy to this special neighborhood. Each year, I am so impressed with the quality and range of these talented artisans!”
About Fair Lady Markets
Fair Lady Markets is Lu Lasson’s dynamic one-woman business that connects NYC-based indie artisans with discerning consumers who are passionate about handmade. Lu’s knack for finding makers of beautiful, fun, quirky, edgy, cute products makes Fair Lady Markets a shopper’s one-stop destination for clothing and accessories, jewelry, bath and body, cards, art, ceramics, home decor and more. A Fair Lady Market is lovingly curated, carefully organized and above all, always handmade. Learn more at http://www.fairladymarkets.com or on Facebook and Instagram with the handle @fairladymarkets.
About The Museum School
The NYC Museum School provides a college-level education using the rich resources of New York City’s premier historic, artistic, scientific, and cultural institutions. Since 1994 they have been ranked among NYC’s top high schools. The vision that sustains the New York City Museum School is the belief that extensive use of experiential learning in the museums and cultural sites of the city afford our students a rigorous educational curriculum rooted in the fundamental excitement of learning. Outside of the isolated classroom, when students experience the real things that exist in this world in the form of the primary resources available to them in this rich city, they have a much better chance of comprehending the value of history, language, science and mathematics in everyday life and throughout the history of civilization. Visit http://www.nycmuseumschool.org for more information.