Lincoln Square Artisan And Makers Market opens at Ainslie Arts Plaza on Saturday

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LINCOLN SQUARE – A pop-up market is coming to Ainslie Arts Plaza starting Saturday.

The new Artisan and Makers Market, organized by the Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce, features a rotating selection of local artists and makers selling a variety of curated items.

The market is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and takes place every second Saturday from this week until August 21. Entry is free and beer and wine are available for purchase.

The square opened last year in the triangular block east of McDonald’s at 4844 N. Lincoln Ave. located to improve an overlooked section of Lincoln Avenue’s north trade corridor.

Below is a list of the vendors that will hit the market this summer:

  • Abenaart
    Flower and resin pictures, wood pictures, coasters, botanically printed and dyed scarves and more.
    July 10th and August 21st
  • Alma Curiosa goods
    Gifts, Vintage Items, Resin Art / Moonbow, Tufted Art / Teresa Therrien, Cards./Middle Sister Card Co.
    June 26th and July 24th
  • Irises and bubbles
    Sterling silver jewelry, brass and copper accessories and a selection of leather items.
    August 7th and August 21st
  • Bon Femmes
    Home decor, art prints, stationery and fashion accessories.
    June 26th and July 24th
  • Chicago Printmakers Collaboration
    Works on paper, t-shirts, tote bags and a demonstration of printing techniques.
    24th July
  • Crystalline studios
    Crystal, mineral and fossil jewelry and household goods for the healing arts.
    July 10th and August 21st
  • Current location Press
    Art prints printed with letterpress, stationery, naturally colored and block-printed textile work.
    June 26th, July 10th, July 24th and August 21st
  • digitalKENTE
    Yoga leggings, athleisure, swimwear and accessories.
    July 24th and August 21st
  • Edgewater candles
    Scented candles, wearable aromatherapy, and more.
    August 21
  • Indie followers
    Jewelry: sterling silver, vermeil, with / (without) precious stones.
    June 26th
  • InSpirit ornaments
    Handmade healing jewelry made from crystals, fossils, glass and reclaimed pearls.
    June 26th, July 10th, July 24th and August 21st
  • It will shine on you illustrations
    Painted terracotta planters with Chicago or animal motifs and greeting cards.
    July 10th and August 7th
  • Locked and superimposed
    Unisex jewelry that highlights architectural, industrial and minimalist designs.
    August 7th
  • Milky milk ice cream
    Handmade ice cream in small numbers! Flavors like Ube Bae, Lemon Blueberry and Coffee Oreo.
    August 7th
  • Island of nature
    All natural products for skin, sinus and muscle relief and more. 95% of the ingredients come from the region.
    July 10th and July 24th
  • Nomadic ant
    Changing selection of unique pieces of jewelry from different artists.
    June 26th, July 10th, July 24th, August 7th & August 21st
  • Reppin pins
    Enamel Pins to Repeat What You Love! Custom pins are also available.
    June 26th
  • Rocco bee collective
    Fancy t-shirts, toys and accessories for children. Cool kids need cool t-shirts!
    June 26th
  • Sacred art
    Artwork, prints, bath and personal care items, clothing and more from a diverse selection of local artists.
    June 26th, July 10th and July 24th
  • Slab and stone
    Handmade modern jewelry. Each piece is unique.
    24th July
  • These city maps
    Chicago transit and map posters, city prints, postcards, and more.
    10th of July
  • Tori Grace Outfitter
    Chicago-inspired clothing, accessories, home decor and gifts.
    July 10th and August 7th
  • Twenty thousand
    Jewelry and accessories made of copper, brass, sterling silver, gold filler and rose gold filler metals.
    July 10th, July 24th, August 7th and August 21st
  • Fully creative studio
    Handmade toys, children’s items and house decorations made from high quality felt.
    24th July

Further information on the market can be found in the chamber website. People interested in becoming a vendor in the market can Click here.

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