MAGIC MAKERS celebrates queer arts and healing, and intentionally centers the work of QTPOC, working class, and socially/politically conscious artists and healers.
The third annual Magic Makers will feature over 50 artists, healers, and treat makers:
▽ ARTISTS & CRAFTERS: artwork, accessories, clothing, homegoods, pottery, zines, books, + more
▽ HEALTH/BEAUTY: tinctures, salves, elixirs, bath & beauty, + more
▽ HEALING SERVICES: acupuncture, tarot, massage, + more
▽ HANDCRAFTED FOOD & DRINKS: delicious grits, ice cream, + more
▽ OUTDOOR: cozy bonfire, cocktail bar, hot cider, and more artists
▽▽▽ IMPORTANT ACCESS NOTES ▽▽▽
Let’s love and support our community!
For the first hour (12-1PM), we’re prioritizing access & comfort for anyone who prefers to avoid crowds (due to mobility, anxiety, scents, etc). For everyone else, please consider coming after 1PM. If you come at 12PM and are wearing scents, we will ask you to return at 1PM.
For everyone, all day: please do not wear any scents, including essential oils, to increase access for people with chemical sensitivity. Read more from our friends at the East Bay Meditation Center and Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha’s Fragrance Free Femme of Colour Realness guide.
We have dedicated parking available for those who need it. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details and to confirm.
▽▽▽ FREE + SLIDING SCALE ▽▽▽
Magic Makers is free, with a suggested donation of $5-25 and no one turned away for lack of funds. Last year your donations raised $3700 for the Blackout Collective to support radical Black organizing, action, and healing.
This year, we will be collecting donations at the door to benefit TGI Justice Project (TGIJP). TGIJP is a group of transgender people – inside and outside of prison – creating a united family in the struggle for survival and freedom. Learn more at www.tgijp.org
▽▽▽ VENDORS ▽▽▽
Check out the complete list of food, drink, healing, arts, and crafts vendors, as well as those offering healing services here!