Seward Makes is blossoming with the help of the community. During the Frolic come purchase warm drinks, irresistible eats, and see art from local makers and help fill out their “Inspo Wall” with the seeds of an eventual Seward Makes mural! Find these frolic artists at this new location:
Amanda Duhon: Intricate hand-knitted hats for the whole family
Julie Reneé Benda: Cut-paper illustration, block prints and folk tales
Samantha Saykao: Kawaii anime-style stickers, charms, pillows, and clothing
Lisa Boehlke: Quirky photographs of events in people’s lives around the world
Seward Makes is located at the corner of East Franklin and Milwaukee Avenue.
Stop by these multi and single artist sites during the Frolic for gems such as hand knit accessories, hand dyed fine textiles, functional pottery, natural body care, greeting cards, mixed- media collages and jewelry.
2322 22nd Ave S: Artists Zeke Cato and Nancy Schulz
2925 40th Ave S: Molly Keenan of RetroFuture Designs
2400 E 22nd St: Kathryn Rosebear, Adam Demers, and Jean Gorman
Stop by Pinwheel Arts and Movement for a free workshop “Star Light, Star Bright Art Shanty” during the Winter Frolic. Help create the Star Light, Star Bright shanty for this year’s Art Shanty Projects! It’s a giant L!teBr!te lit and [hopefully] heated by our closest star. All ages and skill levels welcome. If you have plastic water bottles or (clean) single-serving soda bottles, bring them with you! They will be made into colored pegs, and at least 300 are needed.
Stop in 3-6 Saturday and 12-5 Sunday!