2020 Art Market
Sunday 29 March 2020
Sorry, the Autumn Art Market 2020 is cancelled.
We love this event and all the artists with their amazing art. We are so sad it’s not happening in 2020, but let’s look forward to its return in 2021,
ART, PHOTOGRAPHY, FASHION, JEWELLERY, POTTERY, MOSAICS, WOODCRAFT, SCULPTURE AND MORE!
Sunday 29 March 2020
10am – 2pm
Victoria Street, Cambridge.
Calling all Stallholders!
Under the shop canopies in the main street of Cambridge, the footpaths will be transformed into pop-up entertainment spaces where musicians, dancers and street theatre perform, where artists have stalls to sell their artwork of all types, and community groups have stalls to promote their activities. The art market encompasses original art, photography, fashion, jewellery, pottery, mosaics, woodcraft, garden ornaments and more. It’s a fun family event with live music and street performers.
THIS ART MARKET IS FOR ORIGINAL ART AND UNIQUE PIECES. NO IMPORTED OR MASS PRODUCTION.
We would love to have working artists on the day – you can get a stall discount too.
Please bring your own table.
Stall size: approx. 3m x 3m.
Indoor option (if weather dictates) is the Town Hall – space is limited so this is available for the first 20 stallholders who register.
Stall cost: to be paid with registration:
$25 (reduced to $10 for working/demonstrating artists). For students (with ID), the $25 will be refunded on the day. Stall cost to be paid with registration, by 20 March 2020.
Stall set up times and allocations will be confirmed closer to the market.
Payment is either:
- Cheque: made out and posted to Cambridge Autumn Festival Trust,
PO Box 369, Cambridge 3450 or
- Direct bank transfer: to the Cambridge Autumn Festival Bank Account:
06 0301 0179016 000. Please include your name as reference.
Questions? If you have any questions or need more information, please email email@example.com
2020 Art Market Registration Form
You need a completed entry form to obtain a market stall.
View Cambridge Autumn Festival’s Health and Safety documentation: