Meet the Makers Market
November 25, 2019

Port of Sale, Wellington Centre | Thursday 5 December 2019 | 4.00pm to 7.00pm

Buy locally made art, local produce and books direct from the makers. Enjoy live music featuring local artists Mary Buckley on harp and singer songwriter Olivia Lay. This is a great chance to meet the creative people behind the fantastic range of local wares available all year at the Port of Sale.

Featured artists include: Sharon Anderson – Art FX, Klaire Anderson – The Huntress and Co, Glenda Bunting – Seaspray Heights, Meg Bye – Made by Meg, Alan Chappelow, Tara Cornell, Fleur Dawkins – Glenmaggie Wines, Kate Doyle – KJD Knitwear, Rebecca Driscoll – Filly Creative, Laura Eddington – Little Bumble Reusable Food Wraps, Robyn Grant – Finch and Wren, Jill Hermans, Deb Jemmeson – Gum Leaf Rag, Amy Joseph – Sweet Afton, Benjamin Kerr, Lotje McDonald – Lotje McDonald Photography, Rebecca McGregor, Heather Nettelbeck – Made in Maffra, Gavin Roberts, Paul Savage, and Martine Gouges-Adolphe  - Chauffe Moi Beanies.

Musicians Mary Buckley and Olivia Lay are delighted to be playing at the Port of Sale for Meet the Makers. Mary plays lilting lullabies and rearranged melodies of familiar tunes in a Celtic folk style on the harp. Mary graduated with a Bachelor of Music at Victoria University in 2017. Olivia is a 19-year-old singer songwriter from Sale. She is known for playing intricate instrumental guitar pieces and recently won the Regional Battle of the Bands Competition. Olivia has played guitar for most of her life and takes inspiration from artists such as Newton Faulkner and John Butler.

We look forward to seeing you at the annual Port of Sale Meet the Makers Market. Come along and join in the festivities of this popular event. You never know what you might find.

For further information or enquiries please telephone Gippsland Art Gallery on 5142 3500 or email

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