Degenerate Craft Fair returns to NYC’s DCTV on Dec. 14 & 15

Craft & Design
Degenerate Craft Fair returns to NYC’s DCTV on Dec. 14 & 15


After a hop-skip across the East River to Brooklyn last year, the Degenerate Craft Fair will return to NYC’s DCTV firehouse venue on December 14 & 15. With lots of gifts to give in December and lots of fairs to choose from also, DCF is usually small with a solid selection of vendors to choose from and I always walk away with one or two gifts that I wouldn’t have found anywhere else.

The DCF transcends the line between art and craft, showcasing artists selling affordable versions of their work, dedicated craftmakers who take unconventional approaches toward traditional techniques, and even small independent businesses that produce their own honey, lotions, and soaps.

DCF will take place at 87 Lafayette Street between Walker and White Streets.

The hours are:
December 14 from 12pm-9pm
with an opening night reception from 6pm-9pm including free music and beer.
December 15 from 11am-6pm
with the first 50 guests receiving a free tote of goodies.

The following vendors will be selling at Degenerate Craft Fair:

100cameras, Inc., Almost Art House, Amaki, Amanda Spinosa, Au Retour, Baba Booey, Bayleaf Studio, Broderpress, Broid Rage, BurnThisArt, Carrie Bilbo Art Jewelry, Carrier Pigeon, Clarklind Pottery, CMP, Conner Calhoun, Dinosaurus, Drive By Press, Fencing & Archery Printing Co., Folktale Fibers, George Spencer, Gingersnap Gals, Grim Dandy Cigar Box Guitars, Hi Rise Hive, Impish Lee, Instant Rabbit, Kayrock Screenprinting, Kylie Lefkowitz, Lady & The Zoo, Masquerades and Bonesaws, Meesch, Metropolis Soap Co., Mike Mirabale, My Own Hands, nico icon, Paper and Plow, Rescue Chocolate, Shelly Mars, Smithereenes, Southern Hospitality, Sue Jean Ko, The Scarf Moment, Three-armed Squid, Town Farm Society, Type A Fibers, Wendy Fung Calligraphy, Wink and Flip

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I'm an artist & maker. A lifelong biblioholic, and advocate for all-things geekathon. Home is Long Island City, Queens, which I consider the greatest place on Earth. 5-year former Resident of Flux Factory, co-organizer for World Maker Faire (NYC), and blogger all over the net. Howdy!

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