Fancy filling your house with locally made art, crafts, homewares, ceramics, stationery or jewellery? Or learning how to make your own? From April 13 to 15, the Museum of Brisbane can assist with both — it's holding a three-day artisan market in the middle of the city, and free workshops to go along with it.
If it's browsing and buying that you're after, head along to BNE Design from 4-9pm on Friday or 1oam-4pm on Saturday and Sunday. That's when you'll find a curated range of 30 Brisbane artists and designers showcasing their wares, with the market celebrating the artistry and craftsmanship of the city's best creative folks.
Or, if you're keen on discovering to follow in their footsteps, book in for a class on earring design, rubber stamps or textiles. We're clearly a city that loves jewellery hanging from our faces, because there's not one, not two, but three sessions on decorating your ears in the program.
Images: Ivy & Wood / Little Urban Oasis / Two Warm Hands - Tammie Joske / Yippywhippy.