With a curated selection of handcrafted goods, artisanal treats, and unique products, this year’s market will feature 30+ local, small businesses.

This year, The Makers Show will boast an impressive lineup of talented artists and makers, a mix of returning and new local vendors. Returning to City Point are Carry Kismet, hand-embroidered and floral-inspired sustainable tote bags, Salam Forever, unique greeting cards with a Persian flair and Woof Accessories, with handmade bandanas, bowties, and pet accessories for every occasion. New to The Makers Show are: Katerina NYC, a handbag collection handcrafted from remnants from luxury handbag companies, Lovemore Pottery, an assorted collection of mugs and copper caldrons, Melda Moda, luxury PJs for long and cozy nights, Peek a Loop, handmade yarn friends for the little ones, and The Herstory Studio, a curated collection of antique prints and accessories that highlight the presence of Black & Brown women in global art history. 

Friday, Saturday & Sunday, October 13, 14 & 15, and 20, 21 & 22

Open from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

Admission: FREE

City Point

445 Albee Square West, Downtown Brooklyn


Instagram: @citypointbklyn I @themakersshow

About The Makers Show

Bringing over a decade of New York City holiday market-making and retail experience, Founders Julie Feltman and Tiziana Indelicato created The Makers Show (TMS) as a mixed-use retail market platform rooted in social justice. Promising a commitment to promoting equity and community investment through local marketplaces, TMS believes in keeping resources in local economies by using sustainable materials as well as amplifying businesses owned by BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, women, and other underrepresented groups. And of course, helping consumers shop local. TMS creates immersive and festive marketplaces that engage, enchant and inspire.

About City PointCity Point, a 1.8 million-square-foot retail, entertainment, residential and office complex at the epicenter of Downtown Brooklyn, is the nexus of the burgeoning borough’s creative energy and entrepreneurial spirit.  The mixed-use development includes 1,100 residential units, the culinary and entertainment destination DeKalb Market Hall, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Trader Joe’s, Target, and Lululemon.  Prince Street passage, its rendition of a town square, features a mix of local and national retailers, including Fellow Barber, Flying Tiger, Joybird, and McNally Jackson Books.  www.citypointbrooklyn.com

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