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Porter Flea AirCraft market — in Nashville June 1

>> Friday, May 17, 2013

Porter Flea AirCraft art show Nashville

Porter Flea Handmade Market — Nashville's best handmade craft show — lifts off soon, promising to be bigger and better than ever. And I do mean bigger. More vendors than any of the first four Porter Flea events will come together June 1 in an unimaginably large venue: three airplane hangars!

I've been busy preparing, because this show has done nothing more than grow in popularity. This time around, the market extends beyond a one-day show, kicking off on Friday night, May 31, with a preview party. Tickets are limited, and about 40 remain, so please jet over to the Porter Flea tickets page to pick yours up. (It's 21 and up that night, with the show featuring local beers, artisan cheeses, and baked goods from the incredible Sweet Betweens.)

Also new this year, each returning artist will be featuring an AirCraft exclusive item. The theme plays up the unique venue, Cornelia Fort Airpark, a small landing strip in East Nashville with a colorful history, but which was closed to air traffic by the May 2010 Nashville flood. Still, the spirit of flight will live on with this event, and I've been busy screenprinting and binding a series of books that feature a vintage Beechcraft airplane.

linenlaid&felt screenprinted Porter Flea book

Please check out the Porter Flea vendor page to learn more about the 80 great artists who will be in attendance. You can also set yourself a reminder, show your support, and invite friends at the event page on Facebook.

And if you're still wanting more, please look back at my postings and photo albums from the previous Porter Flea shows. You can follow these links:

2 comments:

Diana Maria May 19, 2013 at 6:50 AM  

Wow! This looks SO fun! Great location.

Katie May 20, 2013 at 11:09 PM  

Yeah, it should be pretty neat! Tony is especially excited about the new venue since he's written a couple of stories about this airport for the newspaper. He wrote a "guest post" for my blog over the weekend about the quirky history of the venue.

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