Norwalk Winter Farmers’ Market Adds Artspace

What: Norwalk Indoor Farmers Market and Artspace

A unique opportunity to see and enjoy the working artists and artisans of Fairfield county and vendors from around the state while shopping the Farmers’ Market. Maine shrimp available through April.

When: Each Saturday 10AM to 2PM

Where: 61-65 Wall St. (near the Garden Cinemas), Norwalk, Ct. 06851

Contact: Duvian Montoya, Artspace coordinator

505-400-4467 or duvianm@prodigy.net

Alexis Gazy, Farmers Market coordinator

203-723-8885 or gazybrothersfarm@sbcglobal.net

Market Hours: 10AM – 2PM

Additional Information:

On Saturday January 23 from 10AM to 2PM the Norwalk Winter Farmers Market at 61-65 Wall St. on the corner of Isaac Street will have its first day of presenting local artists and artisans in its unique space. A space where other artists in the past have influenced the aesthetics of the space and where new artists of today will be able to showcase and expand on an already successful farmers market.

The Norwalk Winter Farmers Market is sponsored in cooperation by the city of Norwalk, POKO Partners, Stanley M. Seligson Properties, Fat Cat City, local residents, and Gazy Brothers Farm. The farmers market has become a weekly social gathering for friends and families in the Norwalk community, as well as visitors from afar. Products available at the farmers market include CT grown produce, farm raised beef, pork, eggs, Maine seafood, goats milk soap products, fresh baked goods, crafts.

The artisan space is sponsored in cooperation with the Norwalk Winter Farmers Market and the Norwalk Arts Commission and  is open to all mediums in the arts. Duvian Montoya states “I truly believe that if we put the energy into building this community and cultural market, we can create a venue to showcase the producers and creators living in Fairfield County. A market where people can distinguish who we are as a community.”

If any artists would like to join the market please contact Duvian Montoya at 505-400-4467 or duvianm@prodigy.net. The space is free to artists and open to all mediums. Currently there is space for about 8, 2D artists on a 10′ x 10′ chunk of wall and about 6 spaces for any 3D artists or artisans on a 10′ x 10′ floor space (more spaces to come). Painting and or creating on site is encouraged but not necessary. We are also open to other vendors who believe in the idea of building the community center.

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