Why exhibit with us?
Twice a year – Spring and Autumn – the Landmark Art Fair presents a vibrant variety of visual art including painting, print making, photography, jewellery, glass, collage and sculpture with around 75 exhibitors at each fair.
The Contemporary Textiles Fair, now held every two years in March, is an established must-visit event in the textile lovers’ calendar. The fair is unique in its focus on textile artists and designer makers, unencumbered by suppliers, DIY kits, and other craft disciplines. The next is March 2024.
Paper/Ink/Print Festival is a new fair that runs every other year, in March. Championing the art of hand-printmaking, paper-making and artists’ books. The first festival was in March 2023, the second will be in 2025.
Sparkle Festive Fair is held every November. See and buy a dazzling range of contemporary work over 65 designer makers including jewellery, glass, ceramics, stylish accessories and so much more, plus small food & drink businesses and other festive gifts.
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Paper/Ink/Print Festival 2023 – 17-19 March – applications CLOSED
Spring Art Fair 2023 – 19-21 May – applications CLOSED
Autumn Art Fair 2023 – 13-15 October -CLOSED
Sparkle Festive Fair 2023 – 17-19 November – applications NOW open!
Contemporary Textiles Fair 2024 – 15-17 March – applications open in late Summer 2023
Please join the exhibitors mailing list to stay up to date, and check back here regularly for more information.
2023 Sparkle Festive Fair – Application Information
Sparkle Festive Fair is an annual event in the Landmark calendar and creates a seasonal shopping experience with a wonderful array of handmade products from craftspeople, artists and small independent businesses.
Sparkle Festive Fair is open to individual artists and makers that make high quality art, craft and design items; including ceramics, jewellery, textiles, homewares, illustration, prints, paintings, candles, soaps, and other gift items that are not mass-produced. We also accept applications from independent food & drink vendors who produce consumables as gifts, eg. Jars of chutney, chocolates, gift wrapped biscuits, small batch spirits, liqueurs, local craft beers, etc.
Interested in exhibiting? More info via the links below:
Please send your queries about any of the fairs to Abigail Thomas, the Visual Arts Curator, at [email protected]