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Makers Market 2011

By Objectsnotpaintings
Be among the first to shop Makers Market while enjoying cocktails by St-Germain, wine tastings by Robert Do of East Coast Services, and hors d'oeuvres with Breadbox Cafe, on the waterfront as the sun sets over the Manhattan skyline.Click Here to Buy Preview Tickets OnlineA portion of every Preview ticket purchase helps support the Park and is tax deductible.All tickets are non-refundable and will be held at the door.A limited number of tickets will also be available at the door, payable by cash or check only.For group rates or to purchase tickets over the phone, contact Ellen Staller at 718-956-1819 x 12.Makers MarketThursday, 23 June, Preview Benefit, 5-8pm / $50Friday, 24 June, 11am - 7pm / FreeSaturday, 25 June, 11am - 7pm / FreeSunday, 26 June, 11am - 5pm / FreeNow in its third year,Makers Marketis a premier forum to experience the convergence of design and contemporary craft in an open air marketplace presented within Socrates Sculpture Park's spring exhibition. Collectors and enthusiasts will have the opportunity to meet over 50 American makers and shop a curated selection of skillfully crafted, one-of-a-kind objects, including: ceramics, glassware, motorcycles, knives, tableware, jewelry, baskets, furniture, lighting, textiles, surfboards and more.Socrates Sculpture Park32-01 Vernon Boulevard (at Broadway)Long Island City, Queens, NY 11106Makers Market is presented by Socrates Sculpture Park in partnership with Alan Wanzenberg Architect/Design, The Noguchi Museum and R 20th Century.

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