Join the Tenderloin Museum Thursday December 8th for a holiday celebration and festive shopping opportunity. Exclusive merchandise will be on sale including photography, prints, ceramics, leather accessories, vintage apparel, handmade textiles, succulent planters, and many more unique items. Come support local artisans, while carrying out all of your holiday shopping needs!
There will be music, refreshments and holiday treats. You bring the festive spirit, your love of shopping, and the arts!!!
Holly Coley is a Bay Area interdisciplinary artist, working in painting, drawing, and ceramics. Her interest in art education led her to teaching ceramic arts and drawing comics for children and adults in San Francisco and Oakland. A community arts activist, Holly has worked with The San Francisco Arts Education Project, Southern Exposure, Artspan, Streetside Stories, Root Division, ArtnightSF and The Crucible in West Oakland. Coley has exhibited her work in San Francisco and New York. You will find her selling her ceramic work at The Renegade Craft Fair in SF's Fort Mason and ArtNight SF a monthly happening at UN Plaza, combining local galleries and artists.
Vintage & handmade textiles for home and nursery, inspired by travel and motherhood. A collection of beautiful vintage fabrics and handmade pieces for home and nursery. Jenny Irene utilizes textile traditions of many different countries; dresses and playsuits from the vintage fabrics, play mats and bedspreads from kantha quilts, and sweaters and hats from Icelandic wool. Inspired by the handmade crafts of far-away lands, fairy forests, and the ocean, her work weaves beauty into everyday life.
Paulcity goods is about trying new things. A leather goods company whose focus is producing empowering, eco designed products. At every step of the way, ecological impact is thoughtfully controlled in the production and design of leather belts, bags, and wallets.
The Tenderloins only Vintage /Buy/Sell/Trade and Underground performance space. Located at 651 Larkin Street. Vacation’s speciality is forward, relevant, and modern vintage with a penchant for truly unique garments.
Crack + Cider:
CRACK + CIDER is a store where customers can buy useful items for the city's homeless. Scarlett Montanaro and Charlotte Cramer, two Londoners who want to start a conversation that makes the lives of the people on our streets a bit better.
Ashlei Quinones is a West Coast based photographer. She moved to New York City in 2007 to attend the School of Visual Arts, focusing on photojournalism, documenting Portraits of America's New Veterans, and captured the challenges of one young man living with HIV. Ashlei relocated to San Francisco in 2012. Since moving to Northern California, her focus has been on documenting the spirit and manifestation of today’s Americana culture and the generation of travelers who wander and explore the world.
Clay + Color:
Clay + Color was started by Hillari Marchesini in August of 2016. Clay + Color's business model is offering affordable succulents in diverse arrangements bringing unique beauty to the community by using crystals arranged into "living altars" that promote care for oneself, unconventional DIY planters, up-cycling, and local ceramicists.
Art, Print, Design and modern decor by Oakland based artist Juliette Oken. Her unique designs blend geometry and geology into metaphysical dreamscapes. Juliette has designed for local businesses and bands around the Bay Area.
Wanting to find a way to occupy her time with a creative endeavor, Nicola began sewing children’s clothing and accessories using all of the gorgeous textiles and vintage 1940’s patterns she accumulated during her rock and roll travels on various tours around the world. Shortly thereafter, Playful Puffin was hatched. In 2013 while Nicola was on tour in Japan, she experienced first hand the art of Shiburi and Sashiko, which inspired her to start experimenting with different hand dyeing and embroidery techniques. After relocating from London (UK) to Oakland in early 2014, she started creating one off pieces for the home. She continues to find inspiration in her travels and likes to ensure all items are handmade and sewn using natural textiles.