02.03.2014 - Finally, we've sorted out our technical issues and applications for the Saturday, June 14th INDIEana Handicraft Exchange are now live! Please read the Vendor FAQ here, before filling out the application here.
Applications for our annual summer show, always held in conjunction with the Independent Music + Art Festival at the Harrison Center for the Arts will be open through mid-March. This show is our largest annual event.
If you are interested in learning more about future IHE events, please keep an eye on the IHE website or our Facebook page for more details and updates.
The businesses currently listed on our Vendor page are a small sample of vendors who have participated in past events, meant to give you a general idea of where vendors come from for this show and some of the types of work we feature at our events.
INDIEana Handicraft Exchange
Saturday, June 14, 2014
11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Harrison Center for the Arts
1505 North Delaware Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
on neighborhood streets or
in lots adjacent to the venue
Click here for vendors
Click here for bands
Meet Our Presenting Sponsor
Popcorn makes people happy. That might go a long way toward understanding Mandy and Carly, the effervescent twin sisters who own and operate Just Pop In!, Indy’s leading gourmet popcorn maker and retailer. Whether you prefer your popcorn slathered in blueberries, pina colada mix, or chocolate and ginger, JPI has something to fit every taste at their Broad Ripple headquarters, their Indianapolis International Airport shop (we hear KISS’ Gene Simmons is a fan) or one of their retail partners like, say, Homespun: Modern Handmade. From the IZOD Indy Car series to the Indy Film Fest and the INDIEana Handicraft Exchange, JPI shows favor to local flavor, spreading happiness everywhere they go.
SUN KING BREWING COMPANY
The Indiana craft beer community was tending a small flame for a few decades before Sun King Brewing Co. came along in 2009 and dumped gasoline on it. With a focus on seasonal and specialty beers, hyperlocal distribution, and a commitment to canning its three year-round beers, Sun King drew attention from the national beer community even as it limited its sales to Indiana. In the last four years, Sun King has become one of the largest craft brewers in the state, collaborating with internationally renowned breweries such as Oskar Blues and Three Floyds, and taking home a raft of medals from international competitions like the World Beer Cup and Great American Beer Festival. Sun King’s commitment to central Indiana is also expressed in its community partnerships, bringing new audiences to established organizations and investing in small events (like the INDIEana Handicraft Exchange) that fill the Circle City’s increasingly busy and diverse cultural calendar.