Whether your celebrating pancakes or women today, its a beautiful day in the neighborhood and we hope your enjoying large doses of sunshine and fresh air. We’ve been stoked on National Craft Month and Amanda even went on WISH-TV to talk about it! A few new items are hitting the shelves, and we’ve got lots of exciting events coming up to share with you, too. And WE’RE HIRING! Read on…
New prints from Amy Rice Art.
Restock on hoodies and tee from Originalitees.
Cat Person and Dog Person tees new from Scobar.
Our team put together a beautiful new spring themed display window and it is beautiful!
We brought out the tanks, people! This beautiful day inspired us. Come shop some PUP stuff.
We have a new show hanging in our mini gallery space; come see the beautiful line work by Grace Beck, on display through April.
Looking to work in a fun, creative environment? Join our team! We’re looking to hire a part-time sales clerk (20-28 hours) and a part-time assistant sales manager (18-24 hours). Applicants for both positions must have flexible availability, including evenings and weekends. Previous retail, art, and/or design experience preferred. Must have excellent customer service skills (both written and verbally) and the ability to work with a diverse population. If you know someone who fits the bill, send them our way to fill out an application and drop off a resume with three professional references.
Only 4 days remain to get your vendor application submitted for the June 11 INDIEana Handicraft Exchange. All apps must be received before midnight on Saturday, March 12. Don’t procrastinate – go ahead and get it done today! Apply here.
Indy Urban Flea at Biltwell Event Center: Saturday, March 12th, 10am-5pm: Indy Urban Flea is the newest market in the Midwest, designed to promote small businesses that are on the forefront of today’s urban shopping experience. Homespun: Modern Handmade will have a booth at the March event, offering our unique, modern handmade goods. Stop by our booth and say “Hi!”.
Workshop: Dreamcatchers: Saturday, March 19th, 12-2pm: Bewitchingly beautiful with a rich cultural history, dreamcatchers are the ultimate home decor item as well as a powerful protective talisman. First made by the Ojibwe people, dreamcatchers were later adopted by many Native American tribes and are seen as a symbol of unity linking the nations. The folklore says that dreamcatchers ensnare bad dreams and only let the good ones flow through. Students will recieve all supplies for this workshop, but you are welcome to bring in any special stones, knick-knacks, or feathers if you want to personalize your dreamcatcher further. Savannah, the instructor, will also be answering questions about symbolism in dream interpretation.
Fountain Square Music Festival: Saturday, March 26th, 10am-3pm: It’s Girls Rock Family Day at Fountain Square Music Festival, and you’ll find us in the Fountain Square Theater Building vending our handmade goods from 10am – 3pm. Bring the family to this all-ages event with highlights including a coloring station, art, on-stage performances, design-your-own-45-record, musical petting zoo (instruments set up for anyone to use), music robots, DJ performances, face painting, instrument making, and more.
See ya next week, friends!