Category: Edmonton Creative

On the Spot at Latitude 53 – October 25 Vendor List

Wondering what awesome vendors we’ll have at the October 25 Market? Wonder no further! Check out the list below for who will be there!logo

Ameya Studio
Andrea Meredith Fine Art Photography
Axis Mundi Artistry
Cloud & Lolly
Crone-Findlay Creations
Emmys Originals
Flame Touched Glass
Haiku Lane
Heavenly Hot Packs
Justina Smith
Kari Fell/Tojada Hats
KAS Artworks
Love Out Loud
Michael Conforti Art
Mrs. P’s Nails & Nail Potions
Nomad Fibreworks
One Ear Art
Peanut Gallery Jewelry
Photos by Gina
Sashiko Studio
Stuff and Things
Teacup Affair
The Red Elephant
Tiny Treats Soap Co
Uppercase Press
Charms and good wishes
The Alberta Yarn Project
Autumn Reed
Essential Luxuries
Music 2 Hug
jj wool company
Yuchen Tseng Design and Illustration
Marquez Arts and Crafts
fridget apparel
Frog Princess Designs
Ever & Bliss

See you there?

Don’t forget! The new location is at Latitude 53 – 10242 106 Street!

Latitude Map

MADE in CANADA – Musician Spotlight

We are truly lucky to know some amazing musicians in Edmonton. Even more so, as they’re coming out to perform for us this Saturday at the Etsy MADE in CANADA – Edmonton Market at Latitude 53. Get to know these awesome folks below.

Mathew James Potter

Taking inspiration from both blues and folk music, Mathew James Potter is a multi-instrumentalist inspired by the stylings of Paul Simon, Ben Harper, Xavier Rudd, Jack Johnson and many local musicians from the community. His unique combination of Weissenborn slide guitar, stompbox and harmonica mixed with haunting vocals have captivated audiences across the province, including appearances with Julia Nicholson at Big Valley Jamboree, a show with Carly Reirson at Good Earth Cafe in Canmore, and Cha Island Tea Co. in the heart of Old Strathcona. Mathew plans to release his debut album, “Foundations,” this November.

Find more about Mathew and his music here:

CarlyCarly Reirson

Carly was born in Leduc, AB. She grew up playing music and went on to attend Grant MacEwan University for Vocal Performance, focusing on jazz and a wide variety of styles. Her love for folk and jazz is apparent when she sings and plays. She is currently playing at her local church and plans to write, gig and record in the near future.

Have a listen to Carly’s music here:

Ella Coyes

Ella Coyes is a young folk musician and enrapturing singer/songwriter. Her soulful lyrics and unique vocal tone set an intimate quality in any venue, of which she has played many, including Kaleido Festival For The Arts, the recently recorded Song Stage at Cha Island, as well as an opening spot for renowned Canadian folk artist Craig Cardiff. Ella finds her muse coming from day to day life, like the first cup of tea in the morning, or the feeling of crawling into a bed with a set of freshly washed sheets. Her musical inspirations include the likes of Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Jeff Buckley and Lou Reed. Ella is currently working on her debut EP, no current release date set.

Follow what’s going on with Ella’s music here:

PaulPaul Woida

Paul Woida is a very strong instrumentalist/vocalist. He has the unique ability to make his songs sound full as if an entire band, orchestra and choir is performing in front of you with no one else but him on stage. Using cutting edge looping technology he builds the entire song live in front of you from the drums, to the bass, to the choir, to the strings to whatever else is needed, with impeccable timing and accuracy. Although Paul had been involved with music his whole life (since the age of 6), it wasn’t until his time at Grant Macewan that he discovered the secret behind achieving seemingly impossibly high goals; ridiculously hard work. Achieving such great success while studying there showed him that it is possible to do anything you put your mind and efforts towards. You just have to go all in. Paul has been playing more and more shows and his name is spreading out further and further. He has an amazing charisma and rapport with his audience and anywhere he goes he is rarely forgotten leaving his audiences both inspired and amazed.

Find out more about Paul’s music here:

And find out more about these folks, and their group, The Rhythm Group, and how you can support them, here:

Mercer Collective, March 29 Vendors

On the Spot Pop Ups presents Mercer Collective back for 2014!

On the Spot Pop Ups are delighted to present the FIRST Mercer Collective of 2014 on Saturday, March 29 in the basement of the Mercer Warehouse on 104 Street downtown Edmonton.

Want to know who will be there March 29th?

Of course you do.

March 29th Mercer Collective Artists:

  • haiku lane
  • the mombot
  • Dear Fawn
  • Crystal Creations/SOAAR
  • Tiny Treats Soap Co
  • Shooting starfish
  • Creations Gallery
  • Salgado Fenwick
  • Shibuja
  • Painterly
  • Little Day Miniatures & Accessories
  • Jewelry LoVes Nature
  • Kari Fell, Artist/Tojada Hats
  • The Mallow Fellow
  • DonnaDStore
  • AFHandcrafts
  • FreckledTulip
  • Sashiko Studio
  • Juvey
  • DeWitDesigns
  • Heavenly Hot Packs & Ollie Boo Jewlery by Jenn
  • Bouquet of Crochet
  • J² Studios
  • Fruits of Sherbrooke
  • Keri V. Leatherworks
  • Crone-Findlay Creations
  • Thread Pirate
  • Ever & Bliss/ Sweet Sauce
  • Jewels by Jasmin

Getting excited yet?

And don’t forget to join us on Facebook or Twitter to keep up to date on all the Mercer Collective news!

Ready to Get Creative, Edmonton?

February is one of our coldest months in Edmonton and this February the cold seems to be dragging on forever. Thank goodness though that Edmonton is a city of projects and we have some great “make something” projects & exhibitions for you to try.  We’ve put together a list of our favourites so  you can get creative during the 2014 Edmonton winter!


The Drawing Room: Dream Hut

Opening Reception: Friday February 21 from 7 to 11 pm

The Drawing Room is proud to present an exhibition of new work by Adam Maitland. The exhibition features new drawings in a series titled Dream Hut, because “Huts are for bugs and crabs and spiders.” facebook | myspace | wikipedia

  • The Drawing Room (map)

The Paint Spot: Galleries

Memories & Light: Alison Service
January 6 to February 15, 2014

Daily Encounters with Nature
Natasa Vretenar
January 20 to March 22, 2014


dayLittle Day Minatures Polymer Clay Workshop

February 22, 1PM-4PM
Tutorials and inspiration for the creative!
Fees: $45.00 Includes: All Materials and tool rental & Coffee & Doughnuts!

mandelasCity of Edmonton: Visual Art
Drawing: Mandelas

Instructor: Nancy Corrigan
February 23, 1pm-4PM, $50

Harcourt House
Bookbinding & Collage Workshop, Saturday & Sunday, March 22 & 23, 2014

Instructor: Sara French Artist in Residence 2013 – 14
Saturday & Sunday, March 22 & 23, 2014
11am – 4pm
$110, $80 (members)…


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