Well-made handmade shopping experience

Good Day Market is a highly curated shopping event featuring food, drinks, handmade goods and the artisans that make them. Our holiday edition happens in December and for summer, join us for a series of more casual mini-markets aka pop-up shops held right at our home base creative studio. These events are free and open to all. 

 

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Upcoming events

good day market Summer Pop-Ups

September 15, 2018 from 11 am - 4 pm

Mini market meets retail shop. Featuring 10-12 makers in person, a curated retail area with makers from throughout the world plus food and drinks in casual, community-driven, good vibes space. Held at One-OneThousand, 78 N Bryan St. Park in the lot attached to the building or in nearby streets. 
 

good day market: Holiday Edition

Friday, December 7, 4:30 - 9 pm
Saturday, December 8, 10 am - 4 pm

Featuring the goods of around 60 professional makers and indie brands plus food, drinks, demos and more. At Madison Masonic Center. Details to come. 

Vendor applications are now open. Apply now

 
 
 

Partners make so much possible. 

Promotional partnership is open to like-minded businesses who have an interest in building the handcrafted arts industry in the midwest. The best matched businesses are those who believe in a strong, local economy and understand the importance of skilled, handcrafted artists and independent businesses to our community. Our best friends are those who seek innovation and thoughtful movement forward and want to be a part of creating unconventional experiences. From in-kind donations to financially supporting our events, space or incubator program, there are many ways to get involved. We'd be happy to craft a partnership that is meaningful to you. Ready to start the convo? Get in touch

 

 

Scenes from the last

 

"The energy at Good Day Market was incredible. The Madison area has been craving more opportunities to buy handcrafted local and regional goods!"

 

"It's becoming increasingly difficult to find quality locally made goods in this day and age. The fact that this event not only brought a number of high quality vendors to one central location, the importance of being able to feel/touch a product before purchasing is extraordinary. "

 

"The Good Day Market was one of the most thoughtfully curated makers’ markets I have ever attended. I came for one specific item based on an intriguing vendor preview, but left with several holiday gifts in addition!"