Saturday, December 11, 11am to 7pm
BUTTER projects presents:
This one day event will feature over 20 artists & crafters selling a wide array of handmade items such as fine art, ceramics, clothing and jewelry in addition to goods such as local honey, homemade elderberry syrup, soaps, lotions and much more!
Gifts for everyone on your list at prices for any budget.
Cash or check accepted.
Participating vendors include artists:
Nate Brent, Jacklyn Brickman, John Charnota, Mary Fortuna, Kelly Frank, Elizabeth Boyd Hartmann, Jessica Harvey, Marie Torbensdatter Hermann, Laith Karmo, Benjamin Teague, Alison Wong and local labels including: bX ceramics, Chain Chain Chained, The Crafty Moms, Elderberry Heaven, Larson Honey and Wound Menswear. Cranbrook Academy of Art's Metalsmithing department will also have a table featuring handcrafted jewelry.
BUTTER projects is a studio and art gallery founded by Cranbrook Art Academy graduates Kelly Frank and Alison Wong with partners Jacklyn Brickman and Elizabeth Boyd Hartmann. Housed in a storefront built in 1915, the space was conceived to be flexible and open to a multitude of creative endeavors. It is a place to make, talk about, and exhibit artwork by artists in the Metro - Detroit area and beyond.
McNamara, Jennifer Paull and Walter Wasacz -- bring with them
backgrounds in electronic arts, performance, photography, video
production and music criticism. Together, they stir up a sonic and
visual experience using original and found material that they edit and
remix live. The process is a perpetual motion machine, the medium
becomes the message. The group appeared at the 2010 MUTEK festival in
Montreal, Detroit's Movement in 2008 and has performed at the Detroit
Film Theatre, the Max M. Fisher Music Center and Cranbrook Art Museum.