By Carol Tannenhauser
The work of over 70 independent and emerging craft-makers will be featured this Sunday, March 20th, at a Craft Pop-Up sponsored by Grand Bazaar NYC at 100 W. 77th Street (Columbus Avenue.) The hours are 10 am to 5 pm.
Featured will be handmade fashion, home goods, jewelry, leather goods, furniture, stationery, art, and more, including food.
Here are some of the offerings, described in a press release:
One-of-a-kind hats from Jason Murillo Millinery, bright and colorful art from Mymi’s Art Flow, bespoke furniture and homewares by Khem Studios, leather bags and accessories from Louise Goods as well as slow fashion from Silk Road Spaceship. Additionally, there will be statement jewelry from Lorelei Gruss, one-of-a-kind ceramics from Museum Mile Art, hand poured candles from Moon Goddess Candle, handcrafted men’s belts by Hyde Belt Co, organic bath and beauty from Luna Bella Noir, and educational toys for creative children by Kiboo Kids.
In the artisanal food court there will be KingPana Ramen with handmade ramen noodles where everything is made from scratch, Clubdog with Korean corn dogs, authentic German sausages from German Bratwurst, Maze-Maze serving organic rice bowls, and Mo & Jay Pastry to satisfy any sweet cravings.
Grand Bazaar NYC was created to provide funding to four Upper West Side public schools and to support small independent local merchants and entrepreneurs. Every time a vendor commits to selling their goods at the market, the schools PS 87, The Computer School, PS 334, and M.S. M247 Dual Language Middle School benefit. 100% of the net profits from the rental of a booth benefit over 2,000 public school children by providing them with much-needed school supplies, books, art enrichment, and sports programs.
For more information visit, www.GrandBazaarNYC.org.