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    Glebe Artisans Market - Spring Market 2018

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    Glebe Artisans Market - Lost Collective

    We will be part of the upcoming Glebe Artisans Market - Spring market, taking place on the 15th of September from 10 AM to 3 PM in Dr H J Foley Rest Park on the corner of Glebe Point Road and Bridge Road, Glebe.

    We will be exhibiting some new pieces, including this spanking new 1200 X 800mm glass print , the first edition of a limited run of 10 only to be ever made.

    a lost collective glass print of an arched window looking out to trees

    Additionally, we will have some framed and unframed prints available for purchase on the day, as well as taking orders for any of your favourite photographs in the Lost Collective Shop, with free shipping for any orders placed on the day of the market.

    Getting to the market is easy. Take the 431 (Glebe Point) from Martin Place, 433 (Balmain) from Railway Square, and 370 (Leichhardt) from Newtown. Each of these routes stops directly outside the markets. Alternatively, the Glebe Light Rail stop is approximately 10 minutes walk to the markets.

    Lost Collective glass print above a sofa.

    Make sure to sign up to our email newsletter and RSVP via the Facebook Event Invite to keep updated of developments, and follow us on Instagram for behind the scenes updates.Facebook and Instagram accounts closer to the date, but you can also keep updated always by joining our newsletter at the bottom of the page. RSVP to the Facebook event here .

    Lost Collective glass prints of Callan Park.

    The Glebe Artisans Market The Glebe Artisans Market grew out of a couple of informal craft markets attached to the Glebe Art Show. It was recognised that there was a real need for opportunities for local artisans to showcase their goods to the community.