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Want to throw a music, art or fundraising event at the Gladstone?
As part of a B-Corporation commitment to social engagement and responsibility, The Gladstone Hotel works with community partners and artists on a host of cultural events, from Pride parties to trivia nights. If you have a proposal for a cultural-events partnership, please out our partnership request form.
Calling all Black artists and makers!
The Gladstone Hotel and BAND are teaming up to present a special Carnival GH Marketplaceevent on Sunday July 28. BAND will be curating this event and spin calypso and classic reggae for you in the ballroom while you sell your crafty wares, African fashions and art. TheGladstone’s famous Melody Bar Brunch will make this a destination for masqueraders to dine and shop
In partnership with BAND
Image Credit: Bokunzi, Rwandan Dance
Market Date and Details:
Vendor Load in and Set up – 9:00am – 10am
NEW Extended Market hours – 10am-4pm
Vendor Strike and Load Out – 4pm-5pm
Vendor Fee Includes:
BAND is dedicated to supporting, documenting and showcasing the artistic and cultural contributions of Black artists and cultural workers in Canada and internationally.
BAND Programming: BAND Gallery and Cultural Centre is dedicated to developing emerging and mid-career professional artists and arts administrators by providing an accessible venue to showcase artists’ work and to present Black cultural community events and programs to the general public. BAND’s Black History Month Programming connects Canadians to Black history and culture through presentations of artistic and cultural excellence BAND’s Cultural Series is a performing arts and speaking series intended to encourage dialogue on current events among Black artists, cultural workers and the larger society through.
About GH Marketplace
The GH Marketplace presents curated monthly shopping experiences highlighting local artists and entrepreneurs, artisanal producers, creative collectives and social enterprises. At the Gladstone, we believe buying local, seasonal and championing and facilitating opportunities for artists, entrepreneurs and micro producers is necessary to support our local environment and our local economy. Our monthly marketplace is connected to our cultural programming strategy. And one of the ways that we strive to grow our community of creatives and innovators and connect them to each other and to our guests. Each GH Marketplace is themed and collaboratively created working with independent curators or in partnership with cultural and community groups.
How to Apply: