Mission Bazaar Holiday 2008

Event has passed (Sat Dec 6, 2008 - Sun Dec 7, 2008)
Armory Studios
11 am - 6 pm
Shopping, City, Clothes and Accessories, Clubs, Dance, Arts Supply Store


After launching in May ’08 at the historic Mission Armory, Mission Bazaar will get its second installment on Saturday, December 6 (10:00am – 6:00pm) and Sunday, December 7 (11:00am – 6:00pm). The venue, recently renamed from The Amory to
The Armory Community Center (TACC), is a 40,000 square foot hall that provides
the perfect setting for this community happening.

Mission Bazaar is a magical creative marketplace that showcases some of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most vibrant artistic talent. With over 100 local artisans exhibiting their uniquely designed creative products (fashion, accessories, jewelry, leather and more) and over 15 hours of live performances by singers, musicians, circus and dance acts, DJs and much more, Mission Bazaar will be an extraordinary happening for all ages.

For more information on the event or for exhibitor sign-up, go to www.missionbazaar.com

What : A magical creative marketplace showcasing some of the Bay Area’s
most vibrant artisan talent
When: December 6 & 7, Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 11am–6pm
Where The Armory Community Center (TACC)
333 14th Street, San Francisco 94103 (14th & Mission)
Cost: $5 per person (at door), Children under 8 Free
Info: www.missionbazaar.com

December 2008 Exhibitor List (Partial)

CaraUcci – Sparkly gemstone & sterling silver jewelry, clothing & accessories
RocknSocks – Amazing socks made with recycled yarn
Lizard Press – Combining vintage wood & lead typefaces with digital designs
Heart’s Desire Jewelry – Wirework jewelry with lampwork and/or pearls & gems
Moon Chasers – Oils and bags
Dreamtime – Visual art and accessories
FiftySeven-ThiryThree – Hand stenciled, screen printed t-shirts & appliquéd hoodies
LJO Custom Embroidery & Design – Gift items, pillows, shoe bags, sachets & holiday gift items
Dorklandia – Silly hats, Handbags, amigurumi & more
Charming Sam Studios – Paper products
Celestial – Leather, suede and cotton men & women’s clothing
Dutch Door Press – Paper goods, greeting cards, calendars, limited edition prints and more!
E-Star – Hat’s for every occasion!
Nif-Naks – Hand crafted wearable art, critters, and other curiosities!
Effie’s Heart – Clothing designs that are original, classic, comfortable, and long – lasting.
Sarah Hassler – Hand cut, hand dyed and often recycled acrylic and Bakelite cold joined with sterling silver jewelry.
Creative Curiosities – Accessories that are a blend of sweet nostalgia with modern touches.
Heathen – Primarily men’s clothing but also includes women’s apparel, hats, and a toy collection under its own label BLAMO.
Beads of Beauty – Supple bracelets, shimmering earrings, unique necklaces, graceful lariats and more!
Funky & Fabulous – Funky & fabulous jewelry
Feral Artery – T-shirts, underwear, hoodies, belt buckles and stuffed original creatures.
Risto – Jewelry, men’s and women’s clothing and accessories.
Healing Hands – Amazing massages!
Sweet Meats – Plush toys & pillows that look like various cuts of meat!
Open Sesame Jewelry – Hand crafted jewelry using sterling silver, gold and semi-precious gemstones.
Trunk – Unique collection of locally made clothing by the artists of Trunk.
AKA Collective – AKA Collective creates an eclectic mix of jewelry, sculpture and illustrations.
Stitchmind & Hexmachina – Alternative and amine style graphics for adults and kids; also featuring a variety of one of a kind clothing & accessories.
Hipstirr – Gorgeous leather belts and handbags!
P.E.A.C.E. Fits – Celtic & tribal designs with modern urban flavors.
Jan Hilmer Designs – Unique urban street wear.
Bad Unkl Sista – Locally made, one of a kind couture clothing.
KV Arts & Crafts – Hand made leather products such as key chains, coin purses, handbags, wallets and bracelets.
Caitlin Kuhwald Illustration – Original prints of paintings and illustrations
Chrystie Cappelli – Hand woven accessories made with found objects.
TylerBenderBook Company – Hand bound journals built from vintage hardcover books.
O’Lover Hats – O’Lover Hats makes fashionable handcrafted hats.
A Peace Chain – Ceramic pendants with “peace” in many languages
Five & Diamond Collective – Urban outlaw, steampunk, sideshow, hobohemian clothing.
Farm Fresh to You – An organic farm & produce home delivery service.
Danski Beautiful Clothes – Hand made, one of a kind, high end art clothing.
Squishy Sushi – Eco friendly jewelry with an Asian influence.

About the Mission Armory Community Center:

Mission Bazaar is proud to present the first public event at the historic San Francisco Armory in over thirty years. This 200,000 square foot reproduction Moorish Castle was completed in 1914 and was used as a National Guard facility until 1976. It is full of period detail including cavernous dungeon-like basements, stone staircases, sweeping corridors, and a gigantic drill court spanning almost an acre. The Armory was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and has been out of official use since this time. The current owners plan to revive this historic building in consideration of gentrification, and social and environmental concerns while restoring and renovating The Armory to its original splendor, style and beauty.

The Mission Armory Community Center is located at 1800 Mission Street, San Francisco 94103, at the corner of 14th Street and Mission. The main entrance is located on 14th Street. An ADA accessible entrance is located on 14th Street.


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    1800 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA