Are you looking for an outlet to sell your art work, graphic designs, photographs, jewellery ceramics, illustrations, wood / metal work, home decor items, textiles, chocolates, soaps, candles, honey, sauce and pickles?
Platform Arts Hub shop
Platform Arts Hub Blayney requires stock for their boutique shop at the Platform. We are looking for high quality art and artisan products from the local Blayney Shire and surrounding Central West cities, towns and villages.
We are looking for items which reflect the variety of artisans, artists and craftspeople in our community. People who reflect the imagery, activities and emotion of our rural surroundings. Maybe your work reflects an industrial theme to suit the railway setting? Items which would appeal to local shoppers and visitors alike. Are these your items?
Platform Arts Hub Markets
We would welcome you to our vendor market to be held at the Platform Arts Hub, located at the Blayney railway station, on May the 29 from 10 am to 2pm. The market will be open to the public for sales during these times.
The vendor market will be held inside the gallery, so the exhibition space and display space (1m squared table space) will be limited.
If you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org address your email to the Manager and you will be sent an application for the market and Ts & Cs.
About Platform Arts Hub
Platform Arts Hub Blayney is an art gallery and community hub located at the the refurbished 1876 heritage listed Blayney Railway Station in Central NSW.
The continually changing cultural and exhibition program showcases regional and local artists, meaning there is always something new and exciting to inspire you.
Get involved and hands on with the creative arts workshops and various community activities.
The project is funded by FRRR’s Tackling Tough Times Together program with a top up from Arts OutWest via the NSW Government’s Arts Restart funding package.
Partners are Sydney Trains, PLATFORM Committee of Blayney Town Association, Blayney Shire Council and Arts OutWest.
IMAGE: Canva stock photo