It’s that time of year! Each spring season Makers Central comes out of its studio hibernation to transform into one giant artisanal walking market. It’s only a few times each year they invite the public into the workshop, but when they do, they go all out!
During this open studio weekend, you’ll have the opportunity to peruse unique collections of handmade ceramic, paper, wood, concrete, steel, fabric and floral creations. Not only that, you’ll get to learn about the kilns, printing presses, forges, and lathes that are used each day to craft these beautiful works of functional art right here in Tarrytown.
While you’re here, sample beer or bourbon from favorite local breweries and distilleries. Each of the two market dates feature fellow makers who focus on the more drinkable and edible crafts. From beer to bread, coffee to bourbon, there’s lots to explore and taste!
March 7-8th Lineup:
C-los Carpentry – Custom Woodworking & Design
Bat Flower Press – Papermaking & Letterpress
Cape Lily – Floral design & botanical journeys
Michelle Edgemont Design – Event & floral design
Yazel Knives – Custom knifemaking
Pivot Concrete – Concrete creations
Wood Fire Food – Smoked olives & bespoke salts
Connor McGinn Studios – Ceramics
Flying Colors – Organic bird seed
Mateo Mattia – Custom leather goods
The Modern Loom – Handwoven textiles
The Hudson Oven – Sourdough breads, cookies, granola (Sunday only!)
A D’Zine – Handmade jewelry
Pirtti Studio – Sustainable fabric wares and natural dyes
Brandon Kavulla – Burnt wood art
Bucci Coffee – Small batch coffee and coffee goods
Duncan’s Abbey – Tarrytown Brewed Beer
Hillrock Distillery – Whiskey