Winter Arts Market 2019 will feature more than 200 contemporary artists, designers and makers who will transform the cathedral into the region’s biggest arts market on Saturday, December 7.
Created by Open Culture, the market will open from 10am and encourages shoppers to support local artists and makers while finding the perfect gifts for family and friends this Christmas.
There will be a wide variety of work from original screen prints, paintings, jewellery, music, woodwork, tableware, beauty products, decorations, knitwear, candles and food.
Downstairs in the cathedral’s Concert Room, a pop-up vintage and clothing fair will offer a range of vintage clothing, jewellery, handbags, homewares and vinyl alongside work from independent clothing designers.
A dedicated food fair will feature some of the very best local artisan producers who will bring a variety of items such as chocolate, liqueurs, tea, jams, cake and much more.
Open Culture director and organiser Charlotte Corrie told the Globe: “The event is the biggest celebration of independent artists and makers in the region, and we are thrilled to present the work of over 200 homegrown creatives in such an iconic venue.
“Each year thousands of people come to purchase original works and soak up the festive atmosphere, and this year will be no different.
“Expect stalls from emerging artists alongside seasoned favourites, and always beautiful, affordable and high-quality creations.”
Entry to Open Culture presents: Winter Arts Market is £3 with children under 16 free.
For more information visit www.winterartsmarket.com