Supporting small business

It was lovely to have our creative alumni back for this year's Arty Market.

We were delighted to have some 1,700 visitors join us at the 2022 Arty Market with many buying Christmas presents, listening to the student bands, and grabbing some yummy food. It was fantastic to see the creative juices flowing within our community.

Alumni Market Stallholders

Citrus Splash- Growing Sustainably Together

Hand-poured soy wax, essential oil candles with cotton wicks, use the best nature can provide. Candles are a symbol of all that is good in life. They encourage us to see things in a different light. Briony Morgan (1993)

Chloe Sophia Jewellery

Creating unique handcrafted jewellery imbued with character and life. Chloe Smart (2012)

Kii-Una Botanicals

A range of essential oils, facial serum, skin food (eczema balm), roller bottles, room sprays, lip balm, and candles. Ruth Ogier, nee Steckyj (1994)

Koa by Kaitlin

A range of handmade ceramics. Colourful ceramic vases, cups, candles (poured into our ceramic cups) bowls, and pots. Kaitlin Liddell (2007)

Lumiere Art + Co.

A range of prints, handprinted and dyed homewares. Established an online business selling accessible heirloom goods and artworks. Emma Cleine (1997)

M&M Craft

A range of personalised pencil cases, unique yarn crafts - beanies, face washers, make-up pads, etc. Miffy Farquharson (1983)

Mumma Made

A range of relishes, pickles, jam, marmalade, and mustard. Louise Evenden (1989)

Sarah Dingwall

A range of handmade glass pieces for everyday delight. Sarah Dingwall (2005)

Tina Origami

A range of origami including paper cranes on strings, individually, earrings, bracelets, and cards. Pia Murray (2021)

Webby’s Woodwork

A range of wooden indoor plant stands, indoor pots, wooden display units, and small wooden picnic tables. Kelsie Vickery (2016)