Mississippi is filled with people with all sorts of creative and eclectic talents. In the same light, there a niche market of shoppers who seek to buy uniquely made and one of a kind originals. The Artisan Mixer provides a venue for the eclectic shopper to buy from curated selection of visual, culinary and literary artists, jewelry makers, designers, herbalist and more.
Experience The Artisan Mixer, Thursday, July 18 from 6 p.m.to 9 p.m. at the Mississippi Arts Center located at 201 E. Pascagoula St.
This is the second Artisan Mixer held this year. Jackson resident Dejanae Gray attended the May 9th Artisan Mixer held at the Midtown Arts Center.
“I never knew Jackson had so many creative talents! I’m not sure what I was expecting before, but I’ve definitely become a fan of The Artisan Mixer,” Gray said. “My friends and I are always looking for something different to do and this event has everything; shopping, music, food, and drinks. I’m sold.”
The Artisan Mixer only feature vendors that make their own crafts such as pottery, handmade jewelry, custom designed fashions, and even sweet treats.
The event is sponsored by Poised PR and Events and Savvy Lifestyle Magazine.
“This is an amazing and intimate event where artisans can mingle with their customers and potential customers on the most personal level about their products.” said Jackson native and creator of Graffiti Glam Revolution clothing line, Brandi Granderson.
Some of the vendors scheduled for the July 18th Artisan Mixer are: JLee Productions, KnottedUp Kneckwear, Graffiti Glam Revolution, Blackrose Accessories, Adobo, Tony Davenport, Chic’d Out Designs and Sweet Stuff, LLC.
Also, R&B singers Kerry Thomas, Akami Graham and DJ Sean Mac will be providing live entertainment in the Premier Rental Music Lounge. Complimentary admission for The Artisan Mixer is available at www.theartisanmixer.
Sweet Stuff, LLC
Bows, Toes, and Clothes
Toot’s Cake Pops
(More vendors to be announced)