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Call for artists and makers, North Wales Contemporary Craft Fair, MOSTYN

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Applications are now being taken for a limited number of seller places at the first North Wales Contemporary Craft Fair to be held at MOSTYN, Llandudno on Saturday 9 March 2019.

Following on from the success of our North Wales Print Fair, we look forward to welcoming artists, designers and makers to present their work for sale in the gallery's beautiful Edwardian spaces. The fair will provide a fantastic opportunity for shoppers to buy affordable and original art direct from the artists. There will be workshops, demonstrations and chances to win some fabulous art-related prizes. Admission is free.

The gallery's shop and retail spaces, have become known as the 'go to' place in North Wales to buy work by contemporary makers at affordable prices. MOSTYN is a registered charity generating over half of our income from trusts, donations and commercial activities. Income generated by the North Wales Contemporary Craft Fair, and proceeds from the prize raffle, will be invested back into our exhibition and engagement programme.

Barry Morris, MOSTYN Retail Manager: “We're thrilled to be planning this, the first ever craft fair at the gallery. We're looking forward to welcoming the very best in contemporary craft. Visitors to the fair will be able to buy affordable and original art, direct from the artists".

Applications are now being taken for a limited number of seller places at the fair. £75 per table. 

Closing date for applications is 18th January 2019 at 5pm.

For more information visit:  www.mostyn.org/craftfair

You can also telephone 01492 868191 or email barry@mostyn.org

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