The Olive Tree Market at Maitland Regional Art Gallery

Call for Stallholder Expressions of Interest
The Olive Tree Market at Maitland Regional Art Gallery



The Olive Tree Art & Design Market and Maitland Regional Art Gallery are  partnering in 2015 with four exciting seasonal dates of The Olive Tree Market to be held at MRAG.

The Olive Tree Market was established in 2008 and is the Leading Contemporary Handmade Art and Design Market in Newcastle & The Hunter. The Olive Tree Market showcases the work of the region’s most talented artists, designers and gourmet food producers.

The Olive Tree Market is calling for expressions of interest, from established and emerging artists and designers, to join the Olive Tree community at Maitland Regional Art Gallery.This will be highly curated market, with a different stallholder lineup to the market at Civic Park, and local artists and designers are encouraged to apply.

Including: illustrators, print makers, painters, screen printers, textile artists, home wares designers, ceramicists, jewellers, wood and metal workers and glass artists and creatives.

The first The Olive Tree Market at Maitland Regional Art Gallery will be held on May 23rd. Applications are now open for this date. Positions are limited so apply online now at: www.theolivetreemarket.com.au

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The Olive Tree Market at Maitland Regional Art Gallery

Visitors to The Olive Tree Market at Maitland Regional Art Gallery will be able to wander amongst vibrant eclectic stalls, meet the artists and discover work straight from the hands of the makers.

Enjoy great food, participate in artist run workshops,

relax to the sounds of talented local musicians, and spend the day exploring the Art Gallery.MRAG is a multi-award winning cultural facility and an excellent destination for those looking for entertaining and creative activities for the whole family.




Market Dates for 2015:
May 23rd – 9am to 3pm
July 25th – 9am to 3pm
September 26th – 9am to 3pm
Christmas Twilight Market November 28th – 4pm to 8pm

Category: News
Region: Newcastle
Artform: Visual Arts New Media And Design,

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