Gift Market Vendors 2015

What will be at the SIC’s Gift Market, you ask? We’ve invited local artists, crafters, and vendors to come and display some of their best gift ideas.


Tree’s Clothing: Custom Made Clothing That Women Design Themselves Using Our Templates







Alissa Jane: The Art of Beauty & Creation ~ Alissa Jane Offers Custom, Style, Design, Collections for Body & Home. Leather & Crystal Accessories…Cashmere, Silk & Hand-Pigmented Scarves, Tops & Outerwear…Bohemian Chic & Timeless Style.


EklecticoCafe_Chalkboard Eklectíco Café is both an online marketplace as well as pop up merchant. Our inventory ranges from men’s & women’s accessories including our signature bamboo sunglasses, as well as wallets hand-picked from Morocco, scarves, and hair accessories. Our curated collection also includes home décor with a vintage flair and refurbished second-hand goods ready to shine! At many of our pop up events, we offer on-site DIY projects to encourage creativity and customization.

imgLogoGlenville Wine and Spirits:We are a speciality boutique wine shop, run by wine lovers to serve wine lovers, since 1993. We taste and research every wine that we sell and spend countless hours sourcing producers from all over the world- a labor of love.

chaandu logoChaandu is an Indian Inspired Clothing & Accessories that is created from hand picked fabrics from India and sewn in the USA.


SMNC-logoheaderThe Stamford Museum & Nature Center is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of art and popular culture, the natural and agricultural sciences, and history.

FranklinStWorksFranklin Street Works, a not-for-profit contemporary art space and cafe located in downtown Stamford, has worked with more than 250 internationally exhibiting artists, curated 21 original exhibitions, and has organized more than 100 free, public programs. This work was acknowledged with an Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts grant in 2013. Franklin Street Works’ exhibitions have also received positive reviews and features in major art publications such as Artforum online, Art Papers, and Hyperallergic.


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