The Retropolitan Craft Fair

This twice a year event is a one-stop shop for all things craft! From ceramics to shirts to prints and jewelry, you're sure to stumble across something unique, homemade, and local!

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Dozens of makers, crafters, designers, and artists are coming together for the Retropolitan Craft Fair on Sunday, May 6th at the Mill & Mine! From painting to pottery to candles and crafts, there's something to be found for everyone! Here's a taste of some of the amazingly talented vendors we are excited to see and buy from!

Tallulah's Around Town

A store like no other, Tallulah’s is a clothing boutique like no other! They travel the countryside in their Airstream trailer bringing quality fashion to every woman who wants, and deserves, to feel beautiful!

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Churp Modern

Matt Estrada’s art is for the birds… literally! He’s bringing a unique twist to the traditional birdhouse by incorporating modern architecture and styling.

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Solder & Sage

Artist Katy Froeter is a self-taught metal-smith who uses tried and true techniques like lost-wax casting to create one of a kind, sculptural designs that really stand apart from other jewelry makers.

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Status Serigraph

Knoxville-based designer Justin Helton delivers his signature style with posters and prints perfect that man, woman, or music lover in your life!

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Ceramics by Sutton Serendipity

Artist Lacy Sutton brings her talent for ceramics and function to life with beautifully crafted bowls, cups, saucers, and more! And her whimsical jewelry is the stuff of dreams, making the perfect gift for any jewelry lover.

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Blanket Fort Studio

Looking for something completely quirky? Local artist Kendra Barth brings her love of graphic design to her drawings, paintings, and ceramics.

Why Blanket Fort? Cause it’s a safe space full of your own personal style and wonder! Come share hers!

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