Spring Shopping– Unique Iterms Market | Exhibitors wanted!

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Spring Shopping (27-28 April 2019) is the second edition of Unique Items Market, an event dedicated to the work of Lublin-based designers. Once more, we will meet in Workshops of Culture where  before summer arrives, you will be able to freshen up your wardrobe, get unique gadgets which will make your life easier or at least more pleasant, take part in workshops and discussions and, of course, find original gifts for your nearest and dearest.  We’ve just launched the call for applications. We extend an invitation to take part in the event to “Lublin creative groups” – creators, designers, artisans, artists and all those who are responsible for creating unique items and services. We are not limiting the assortment to specific product categories or sectors, but this time we are anticipating a special place for fashion and accessories designers, as we are joining the initiative Fashion Revolution Day which aims at bringing the attentions to such challenges as raising the standards of clothing production and showing good practices in this field.

Spring Shopping – Unique Items Market is also another attempt to map and network Lublin’s creative sector in order to better understand its needs and become better at effectively supporting and promoting it not only in the local scene. It will be a space for the exchange of experiences and meeting creative people from the same region.

Shopping – Unique Items Market – How to take part as an exhibitor?

Registration: we are accepting registrations until 7 April 2019 via online form.

There are two requirements to be able to take part: receiving confirmation from Workshops of Culture that you have been qualified to take part in the event and pay a fee of 50,00 pln.

For more information, send an e-mail to: sprawunki@warsztatykultury.pl 


Shopping – Unique Items Market – information for buyers:

When: 27-28 April 2019, 12.00-18.00

Where: Workshops of Culture in Lublin in two buildings at Grodzka 5a and Grodzka 7, in the very heart of Lublin’s Old Town.

Free Admission