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Designers market for Docklands

03 Aug 2010

Independent design and art market Finders Keepers has announced dates for its Melbourne debut at Docklands, expanding to its third Australian state in less than three years.

The collaborative market event started in Sydney in 2007, expanded to Brisbane in 2009 and will launch in Melbourne on Saturday, October 9 and Sunday, October 10 at Shed 4 Victoria Harbour.

Co-founders Sarah Thornton and Brooke Johnston plan to hold the market in Docklands twice a year.

The pair started the markets in 2007 after being frustrated with weekly markets.

“We wanted to bridge the gap between local weekend markets and expensive trade fairs,” Ms Johnston said.

The Docklands event will be the largest yet, showcasing designs from up to 150 best emerging and innovative designers of fashion, jewellery, accessories, homewares, children’s wear, stationery, art and object design – all of which will be hand selected to be involved.

Finders Keepers will offer Melbourne locals an opportunity to immerse themselves in live music, food, all things art and design and discover local and national designers that continue to inspire and delight the community.

For designers who want to be involved in the event, apply online at http://www.thefinderskeepers.com applications close on August 27.

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