1 June 2013
The Baltic Art & Craft fair is back by popular demand and will now become a monthly event at its Greenland Street home.
The event has emerged as a result of a rising number of people visiting the Baltic Triangle area. Visitors seeking a creative, alternative and independent city centre shopping experience are becoming more aware of this relaxed and cultural community.
The event is set in Camp And Furnace’s largest venue: a space that brings the ‘great outdoors’ inside. Set out like a village square, it inspires, calms and provides an idyllic location for a spot of Easter bank holiday shopping.
With limited edition prints, hand made, knitted, up-cycled and recycled jewellery, photography, handcrafted carpentry, retro and
contemporary homeware, vintage trinkets, stationary, gifts and loads more – there is something for everyone.
On match days the football is shown on the 6-metre big screen in the venue’s ‘Fan Park’ with food and drink from the Camp And Furnace bar and kitchen, it’s a great day out for the whole family.
Threshold Festival will compare and curate a selection of live acoustic music with artists and bands playing throughout the whole day.
Bring your friends and family and join us for a relaxing and wholesome day out at Camp And Furnace.