Emily Smith

  • donated 2017-06-24 13:54:38 -0400

    Artist Membership

    CREATE! Artist Members a free booth at the Indie Market on Laurel and a free booth at the Live Oak Art & Music Fest.

    Artist Members organize and attend workshops and quarterly Meet & Greets. Artist Members also have a voice and can serve as leaders on event teams and projects. Get involved and let's make art happen as we build art and culture in the Conway area.

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  • commented on Indie Market on Laurel 2015-09-30 11:38:44 -0400
    Barbara,

    Please keep me updated on the Indie Market!

    Indie Market on Laurel

    In the Historic Riverfront District of Conway

    On April 18, 2020, CREATE Conway presents the Indie Market on Laurel with live music plus local goodness for sale. Spend the day and enjoy the river. Meet your local creative community and purchase from a wide variety of handmade, homegrown and local art & fine craft for sale and food trucks. On stage, local musicians and songwriters perform from 11 am - 4 pm. 

    Conway is located on the Waccamaw River and the location for Indie Market is at the entrance to the Riverwalk from the roundabout fountain on Laurel Street to Second Ave. Artisan Demos, Pine Needle Basket Weaving, Jewelry Making and Painting will also be featured throughout the day.

    Conway bubbles up with creativity at the Indie Market with a variety of goods for sale from over 50 local artists, artisans, designers, and vintage makers. You'll find handmade soaps and candles, precious glass and pottery, handcrafted pine needle baskets, colorful fibers, beautiful jewelry, healthful holistic products, delicious cuisine, local honey products and so much more. The Indie Market is all about Handmade + Homegrown + Local Goodness!

    Become a CREATE! Conway Member here.

    The Indie Market is funded in part by a generous award from the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina and the SC Arts Commission which receives support from the National Endowment of the Arts and Horry County Government. We also thank our sponsors for their generous support: Dr. Nicholas Twigg, Conway Glass, 104 Laurel, the Warehouse, City of Conway and Elvis Services. Also, a BIG Thank You to our members and volunteers!

     

     

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I've been making soap for over 15 years, creating artisan bars using the cold process and hot process of soapmaking. I start with a pure vegetable oil recipe and whip it into soaps the way gramma used to do - Thick rich bubbles and clean, fresh skin...
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