Adornment Artisan Christmas Market

Excitement is brewing between locals and artists for the Adornment Artisan Market. Back: Kathy Piscioneri, Howard Wittwer, Pete O’Brien, Anthea Piszczuk, Laura Mudge and Rowena Sloane (Gallery Project Officer). Front: Cara Boehm (Gallery Project Officer), Carol Dadds and Jon Durdin.

The Barossa Council is presenting the Barossa Regional Gallery’s Adornment Artisan Christmas Market at Barossa Regional Gallery, Tanunda on Saturday, November 30 from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.

The market will be a carefully curated gathering of over 50 artists and artisans, food and beverage stalls, including potters, woodworkers, candle makers, jewellers and card creators, showcasing a treasure trove of fabulous local and South Australian made items in a festive setting.

Held just in time for Christmas, the Adornment Artisan Christmas Market will offer the Barossa community a unique, high quality line up of shopping opportunities, with an emphasis on hand-made products including jewellery, textiles, fashion, homewares, ceramics, art and crafts.. and more!

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Visitors can look forward to the beautiful food and drinks on offer from Z Wine, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers, Barossa Bean Bar, El Estanco, Vietnamese On The Go, Atomic Food, Joanne’s Café, Marilyn’s Cupcakes and Barossa Valley Ice
Cream.

Entertainment line-up for the event is an exciting mix of music, puppetry and activities. 

The schedule includes local musician Cloudy, Berni Bremond, the mesmerising 1877 Hill & Son Organ performances and the Amazing Drumming Monkeys. 

Art workshops for children (and adults alike) will run throughout the market with Deb Twining, plus ‘Meet the Maker’ tables generously hosted by the Gallery’s artist stallholders.

With a vision to support South Australian artists and showcase to the local community the talent in our region and further afield, this unique shopping experience featuring live music, food, wine and gin vendors amongst the quality artisan market stalls, is sure to be a popular element of the festive season. 

Ms Kirsty Hage, Manager, Community and Culture – The Barossa Council, said, “We are incredibly grateful for the assistance the Barossa Regional Gallery’s big-hearted volunteers are able to provide us both in the day-to-day running of the Gallery and on collective occasions such as the Christmas market.

“The Adornment Artisan Christmas Market is a brilliant platform for local and South Australian artists to gain exposure in the Barossa Valley. 

“We are thrilled to be able to extend our ability to host and support not only those artisans featured in our Gallery Shop but other quality artisans from the region and further afield.
“With an overwhelming response to the call for stallholders this year, the organising committee has chosen artisan stalls best befitting of our market vision, creating the best possible shopping experience for locals.”