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The Gladstone Hotel and curator Ange-line Tetrault (Founder, Nanange) invite vendors to apply to participate in Love Design Shop, a curated marketplace to be held as part of the Gladstone Hotel’s 2020 Come Up To My Room annual alternative design event.
This one-day-only shopping event will feature a group of designers and makers whose work blur the line between function, style, and wellness. Designer/makers who create design forward and wellness focused homewares and textiles, accessories, artwork, jewelry, beauty products and more are invited to apply.
Love Design Shop Curator: Ange-line TetraultApplication Form
Market Date and Details:
● The Market will take place on Sunday, January 19, 2020 in the North Ballroom on the
main floor of the Gladstone.
Vendor Load in and Set up – 10am – 11am
Market hours – 11am-6pm
Vendor Strike and Load Out – 6pm-7pm
● Admission is Free to the Public
● The Vendor Fee is $100 +HST
Vendor Fee Includes:
● 6′ standard banquet table and chair. (Vendors must bring their own tablecloth/display
● promotional support, social media and targeted audience outreach in coordination with
curator and as part of the Gladstone Hotel’s Come Up To My Room alternative design
event and Design TO
● Note to Vendors: Vendors are responsible to be on site during market hours and for all
payment transactions. Gladstone Hotel cannot provide change.
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.