Hecho A Mano
December 2-3, 2017
Hecho a Mano is a two-day event that offers the community and visitors a unique holiday shopping experience. This one of a kind market features an array of fine art and handmade items by local artists that encompass both traditional and contemporary styles. For over 30 years Hecho a Mano has celebrated San Antonio’s culturally unique and vibrant artisan community and this year’s mercado is sure to make your holiday season extra special !
WHERE: Galeria Guadalupe located at 723. S. Brazos SA,TX 78207
Saturday December 2, 2017 ($2 or free with donation of 2 canned goods, donations benefit the Inner City Development Food Bank).
12:00 – 6:00 pm
Sunday, December 3, 2017 ($2 or free with donation of 2 canned goods, donations benefit the Inner City Development Food Bank).
12:00 – 6:00 pm
* Donations can be made at the entrance.
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center is seeking artisan vendors to participate in the 2017 Hecho A Mano Artisan Craft Sale.
Vendors can choose between a 10ft x 5ft booth or a 20ft x 5ft booth. Each booth comes with either one or two 8ft rectangular tables and wall space behind the table to display art work.
* NOTE : Each vendor is responsible for all sales transactions, the set up and take down of their vending area, and must have an attendant at their booth at all times. The GCAC is not responsible for lost items and will not conduct sales transactions on behalf of the vendor.
10ft x 5ft Booth : $100 Flat Fee for the two day event
20ft x 5ft Booth : $200 Flat Fee for the two day event
To Purchase a vendor booth at this year’s event email Joel Settles at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 210-271-3151 x302
Deadline to purchase a booth is Nov. 20, 2017 by 5pm.
Interested vendors should be ready to answer the following questions:
- Name of Artist
- What type of wares will you be selling?
- Will you be able to have your booth attended to at all times?
- Will you need a table or will you provide your own?
- Are you able to email a digital picture of your wares to the Guadalupe for promotional purposes?