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Mad Potters Organization Spring Sale

March 18th, 19th & 20th, 2019 | 9 AM – 4:30 PM | Augusta University Summerville Campus

It’s time once again for the MPO’s Spring Semester Pottery Sale. The MPO, or Mad Potters Organization, is the student-led pottery guild of the Augusta University Department of Art. These students will be selling their own work, which includes plates, cups, bowls, vases, and other decorative or functional ceramic pieces. Look for the white tent on the lawn outside the JSAC on the Summerville campus. The sale runs March 18-20, each day from 9:00 am-4:30 pm!

Come early for the best selection!

Visit the Event Page HERE!

Augusta Handmade Fair

Friday, November 2nd, 2018 | 5 PM – 9 PM | The Doris Building

Over 40 local artists and makers will showcase and sell their handmade items & artwork at the 8th semi-annual Augusta Handmade Fair on Friday, Nov. 2 from 5 to 9 p.m. The free event, hosted by Redemption Church, will be held in the Doris Building at 930 Broad Street.

Items for sale include art, bath & body, accessories, home decor, jewelry, gifts, holiday items and more. Attendees can shop for the holidays and may even find something for themselves.  There will be a kids area with face painting & a craft with a $1 donation. Also new this Fall there will be a food court including sandwiches, gluten free Papa Mountain bread, cookies, bubble tea, thai rolled ice cream, light up cotton candy, cupcakes, & New Moon coffee.

Vendor space for the Fall event is sold out, but interested parties can go to augustahandmadefair.com and fill out a form to be added to the contact list for the 2019 spring event.  Event proceeds benefit Sojourn Uganda.

Follow the event on Instagram @augustahandmadefair & Facebook for giveaways prior to the event and attendees can play a scavenger hunt game during the event to win prizes from the vendors.

The event is sponsored by Artsy Me, Mod Ink, Westobou, The Metro Spirit, Field, New Moon Cafe, Augusta Candle Company, The Book Tavern, Redemption Church, The JB Whites Building, & The Doris Building.