Holiday Marketplace

November 2 through December 29

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Join the Arts Council of Lake Oswego for the second annual hand-selected, all-media Holiday Marketplace at our ARTspace! Holiday Marketplace showcases work including fine art, wood, ceramics, jewelry, metal, handmade gifts, ornaments, textiles, and accessories and is located in beautiful downtown Lake Oswego. A staple of the holiday season, ARTspace will be filled with work from new local and regional artists, as well as perennial favorites.

Mark your calendars for special events throughout Holiday Marketplace including:

•    November 2 FIRST FRIDAY! OPENING 5 to 7 p.m.

•    November 28        FRIENDS SHOPPING NIGHT – FRIENDS SAVE 10% - 6 to 8 p.m.

•    December 7          FIRST FRIDAY! RECEPTION WITH GLEEFUL GIVING – PUBLIC DISCOUNT NIGHT WITH RAFFLE SAVINGS AND A DISCOUNT OF A MINIMUM OF 5% FOR ATTENDEES! 5 to 7 p.m.

Also, if you’re a Friend of the Arts Council in good standing, there will be a unique shopping evening—including a 10% discount—just for you on November 28th, from 6 to 8 p.m. Unsure if you’re a Friend? Call or email us to confirm at 503.675.3738 or artscouncillo@gmail.com.

This curated and hand-selected collection of work by local and regional artists includes pieces from current Gallery Without Walls artists Mike Suri and Sharon Warman Agnor, local favorites Bill Baily, Steve Hammond, Andy Vessely, Jenny Watson, and Ha Austin, to the popular work of The House of Rose leather goods creative, Tony Iyke, and the beautiful jewelry collections from Girl in the Pearl, Stubborn Stiles, and Brianna Luce just to name a few.

Additionally, the public is invited December 7 for a First Friday reception and Gleeful Giving event. Attendees will get a minimum of 5% off any purchases. Enter our raffle that night for the chance at larger discounts! Sip on some wine and have a bite of food as you shop Lake Oswego’s only dedicated non-profit visual arts space. Purchases directly benefit the artists and community-enriching programming of the Arts Council.