Saturday, February 23, 2013

FEB. 24: Indie Craft Bazaar, Riverwalk Sunday Arts, Tea with Marta, Lake Worth Street Painting Fest

Indie Craft Bazaar: Signed, Stitched, Delivered is billed as "an independent art & handmade festival," that also includes repurposed goods, vegan edibles, DIY activities, a raffle, gourmet sweets, fortune telling and tarot card readings  $3 minosas and a cash bar. Vendors will include Rum Cay Island JewelrySweet Caroline Confections and around 60 others, runs noon to 5 p.m. Feb. 24 at Revolution Live, 100 S.W. Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Parking is free (though spaces are limited so car pooling is encouraged) and the first 10 guests will receive free swag bags. Admission is $5. More details at or on Indie Craft Bazaar's Facebook event page.

Riverwalk Sunday Arts (which is walking distance from the above-mentioned indoor fair at Revolution) will also take place in downtown Fort Lauderdale. The event, now held the fourth Sunday afternoon of each month along the New River and at Esplanade Park, will feature local artists, crafters and musicians from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 24. For more info, visit Riverwalk Sunday Arts Facebook page.

Also Sunday: 

Lake Worth Street Painting Festival: Day Two is the best day to see the show (assuming it doesn't rain between now and then) because some artists take all weekend to complete their chalked masterpieces.

Here's a link to the site Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, which will continue 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, and another link to a whole bunch of pics I took on day two of last year's fest.

Sunday Afternoon Tea with Artist Marta Estrems, 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Arch Gallery in Miami. There will be "casual conversations about Marta's artwork, the art world, life in Miami or whatever topic tickles your fancy," notes curator Daniela Montana. Estrems' show Containment: The Tao of Aesthetics is currently on exhibit at the gallery. More details can be found on the Facebook event page.

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