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SCENE: Clutter City Market
by Gill Smith of www.gillyflowerjewellery.co.uk
Clutter City, a bi-monthly DIY arts clothes, jewellery, badges, sewn
/ craft market, started just over items, paper goods, prints, paintings,
a year ago within the walls of a comics, vintage accessories, zines
medieval church right in the heart and more.
of Norwich.
So on deciding a name and concept
The idea for the market stemmed we focused on building a website
from the growing need for an with a clear application process and
alternative -to -the -high-street relied on local media interest to get
shopping experience and with the the name out there. Applications
burgeoning craft scene it seemed flooded in and we were spoilt for
the perfect time to launch such an choice. The vendors are key to the success
event at Norwich Arts Centre. NAC of Clutter City and the talent from
hosts a range of musical and artistic Our first market opened it’s doors across the region is awe-inspiring.
talent and is at the cutting edge of in March 0 and had an amazing These include illustrations from
the developing indie/alternative turnout with hundreds of people Gemma Correll, illustrated ceramics
scene. seeking out all that is different in and jewellery from Emily Rose
the way of handmade goods. From Brown , t-shirt and print design by
The markets main aim was to provide families to indie kids the market Morley Mouse House, 0’s inspired
a platform for creative independent attracts a great variety of people all hair accessories from Flamingo
crafters and artists to sell their work looking (or trying very hard not) to Amy, kooky leather and vintage
and to focus purely on original and spend their pennies. pieces by Super Duper Things and
unique handmade items such as fabric badges and cushions from My
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