Some of Liverpool’s most interesting creatives are set showcase their wares at this year’s Summer Arts Market.
Local makers, bakers and artists will be amongst more than 200 exhibitors at Liverpool Cathedral on 1 June 2019.
Social enterprise Open Culture is bringing its bustling market back the Grade I-listed landmark once again – alongside dedicated vintage and food fairs.
The family-friendly Craft Lab is also back – offering a hands-on creative workshop led by the Silly Scientists from KECS Creative.
Amongst the 200-plus exhibitors at the Summer Arts Market, Liverpool-based printmaker Freida McKitrick will be selling her range of prints and cards depicting the people, places and spaces of the city.
Meanwhile Huyton jeweller Claire Worthington will be on hand with her handmade jewellery made using semi-precious stones and wrapped in tarnish free copper wiring,
If all the shopping makes you hungry, Anfield’s community-owned Homebaked will be serving up its award-winning pies, bread and other baked treats in the food fair.
Finally, New Brighton-based artist Kiaya Thomas will be offering up her abstract paintings inspired by local surroundings and finished in acrylic and oil paints.
Entry is £3 for adults and free for children under-16 on the door.