Blak Makers Market

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A woman with long dark hair tied in a high ponytail stands in front of colourful jewellery inside a white market tent. She is wearing a red and black ruffled blouse with a chunky belt and smiling.
Photograph: Tiffany Garvie

Time Out says

Browse the wares of First Nations makers and creators at this free market

Some of the most talented First Nations artisans, makers and creators are one show this May as part of the Blak Makers Market. The market is happening for one day only as part of Yirramboi festival and showcases fashion, jewellery, food and crafts from talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander makers. 

Head down to the Malthouse Outdoor Stage on Sunday, May 9 to pick up dazzling jewellery from Haus of Dizzy, original art and apparel from Yarli Creative, T-shirts and acessories from Bananalands, flowers from Gathermore Floral Events, Indigenous balms and essential oils from Wunyun, chocolate from Living Koko and creative acknowledgement of country plaques for both indoor and outdoor locations from Kinya Lerrk.

The Blak Makers Market is free to enter and runs from 10am to 3pm on Sunday, May 9. 


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