Hunter Arts Network, organisers of the ever-popular Art Bazaar, advise that the twice postponed event will now go ahead this Sunday 12 December at from 9am to 3pm at Lambton Park.
With their August event cancelled due to COVID-19 and the November date cancelled due to wet weather, local artists are keener than ever to offer their work to the public.
Drawn from across the Hunter region, the majority of Hunter Arts Network’s (HAN) wide variety of stallholders are exclusive to Art Bazaar. Visitors to Art Bazaar can meet local makers and have the assurance of returning to the next Art Bazaar to find their favourite artisans. By purchasing direct from the makers shoppers are supporting locals.
“The point of difference with Art Bazaar is that you won’t find many of our stallholders at other markets – most of our traders will only set up stalls at Art Bazaar”, Margo Humphries, Publicity Officer, Hunter Arts Network told The Local.
There’s plenty to capture your imagination while you wander the stalls of Art Bazaar. Take home a one-of-a kind treasure or get your Christmas shopping underway.
Art Bazaar has cemented it’s reputation over 20 years as the event that showcases the Hunter’s vibrant arts community that locals and visitors look forward to several times every year. Food trucks, coffee and entertainment is also on offer.
HAN is run by a dedicated committee of volunteers who celebrate visual art in all it forms.