ADC Makers Market
Handmade Unique Collectible
Following NSW Health advice to cancel non-essential, organised gatherings in context of COVID-19 the ADC Makers Market has been cancelled.
Please consider supporting our makers and making a purchase online from all those who you would have otherwise enjoyed meeting at the Makers Market or from Object Shop.
Australian Design Centre’s boutique outdoor Makers Market is back for the first time in 2020! With a distinctly Darlinghurst vibe this is a friendly local street market that emerges in the morning and is gone by nightfall returning the streets to local people.
Alongside the major ADC exhibition Made/Worn: Australian Contemporary Jewellery, the Makers Market features more than 20 local Sydney artists that have been selected for their exceptional work. Handmade, designed and collectible pieces including textiles, jewellery, ceramics and homewares will be for sale by the makers.
Come and enjoy the market atmosphere under the big marquee as we close off Palmer Street and invite Sydney’s most talented creators to showcase their work.
9R, Alana Douvros Jewellery, Albert Tse Metalsmith, Anna-Lisa Backlund, Benconservato, Byrnt Ceramics, Cobalt & Kin, CQ Aboriginal Jewellery, Eggpicnic, FeltWilde, Hause of Glassborow, JIKA, Katherine Mahoney, Little Rowan Redhead, Liz Lau Studio, Love And West, Luke Abbot Designs, My Menagerie, Nadeena Dixon, The Raconteur, Rokoco Textiles and svikis.
The food truck Shisofine will be set up providing delicious food and coffee on site!
When: Saturday 28 March 10am - 4pm
Where: ADC forecourt, corners of William and Palmer Street, Darlinghurst
Families and dogs welcome.
Follow our Facebook event for more information on each of the stallholders and general updates.
Since 2016, we've produced two markets each year supporting more than 160 makers with an average audience of 3000 people per event.
View a photo gallery from ADC's Makers Market in 2019 here.
Image: Eggpicnic stall and people shopping from Makers Market October 2019. Photo: Rhiannon Hopley.