Handmade Pop-up Shop


The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative & Tang Teaching Museum present Handmade Pop-Up!

Join us on Friday, April 26, from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, at the Tang Store, for a one-day sale of art & handmade items created by Skidmore College students in the Arts Administration’s Marketplace for Artists class and the Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative. Professor Elizabeth Dubben’s students will transform the foyer outside of the Tang Store into a unique pop-up marketplace showcasing their original drawings, prints, ceramics, photography, textiles, jewelry, and more by talented emerging artists. Refreshments will be served!

Participating Students
Lucy Beizer
Cole de Brito
Monica Hamilton
Emma Fritschel
Evan Hasencamp
Andrew Klein
Eli Leary
Shaw Lenox
Ilie Lichtenstein
Siobhan Lowe
Dorothy Lowenstein
Matthew Neporent
Elianne Paley
Joshua Ridenhour
Suzan Sumer
Nigel Smith
Nina Wholey
Natalie Wilson

The Handmade Pop-Up is sponsored by the Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative, the Arts Administration program and the Tang Teaching Museum.

About the Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative

The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community, is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.

Handmade Pop-up Shop will be the first of three end-of-semester events celebrating student creativity at the Tang.

Schedule of events:

Friday, April 26

Tuesday, April 30

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