DIY Art Market: Christmas Special
We're not sure if you're just playing it cool with the gift buying this year but CHRISTMAS IS COMING and we don't want you to endure the traditional panic. So check this: an art market spread across four floors at Rich Mix giving you the chance to get those little mitts on some original and beautifully designed products. Some of London's finest independent publishers and emerging or established artists will be selling their stuff - over 100 in fact - providing an excellent opportunity to discover new cats doing their thing. What kind of items can you expect to see? Art prints, ceramics, zines and independent publications, illustration, photography, jewellery, sewn items, comics, custom tees, home-made cassettes, screen prints, records... and artists' books. Plenty then.
Tickets: Free entry
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