- NUVO Newsweekly
June 8-15, 2011
"Indianapolis isn't generally considered the craft capital of the Midwest. That title is more often associated with Chicago, home of the Renegade Craft Fair, an event that has become so popular its organizers replicated it in several other major cities, including overseas in London. Here at home, Amanda Mauer Taflinger is making sure Indy at least gets a seat at the craft table."
- The Indianapolis Star
Sunday, June 27, 2010
“‘My goal for [the] INDIEana Handicraft Exchange is simply to expose some of Indy’s best contemporary artists [to the national contemporary craft fair movement] and also to show the rest of the world that Indiana has a thriving DIY and handmade arts community…We’ve taken the idea of the INDIEana Handicraft Exchange and made it happen year-round with a new store, Homespun.'”
12pm - 8pm
The Harrison Center for the Arts
1505 North Delaware Street Indianapolis, IN 46202
Unmetered parking is available on city streets around the venue – 15th, Delaware, 16th, Alabama, etc. There is a paid lot ($5) at the corner of 16th & Alabama, adjacent to Foundry Provisions coffeeshop. In addition to vehicle parking options, there is also an IndyGo bus stop on Delaware directly in front of the venue, a Pacers Bikeshare docking station, and public bike racks. Lime and Bird scooters may also be parked at/near the bike racks.