Lincoln Makers' Market In Castle Square between
Lincoln Castle and the Cathedral
A series of shows created by the Lincoln Business Improvement Group (Lincoln BIG) and organised by Lea Goldberg from Omnipus. Running from March to December on the first Saturday of each month and a Christmas show in December. Then on the following second Saturday of each month the show moves down in to the centre of Lincoln at the Cornhill. These shows are organised by Alison Martin of Yellow Belly Crafts. The events will feature a high standard of art work from the regions prominent artists, set against a stunning backdrop of Lincoln Cathedral and Castle.
Dates for 2018
Castle Square - First Saturday 10 – 5 pm March 3rd April 7th May 5th June 2nd July 7th August 4th September 1st October 6th November 3rd December 1st
Cornhill - Second Saturday 10 – 5pm March 10th April 14th May 12th June 9th July 14th September 8th October 14th November 1th December 15th
St Martins Square - Third Saturday 10 – 5pm June 16th July 21st August 18th September 22nd
Christmas Village St Martins Square 10 – 9.30pm December 7th and 9th
Lovely ceramics show run by David Salsbury from Salsbury Ceramics. The show was started by David and the his fabulous wife, the late Louise Salsbury.
The only town centre Ceramics market in the UK returns for it's forth year. Over 40 of the finest Ceramic Artists from the East Midlands and beyond selling their work for one day only in Loughborough Market Place.
AsylumSteampunk Festival Lincoln Castle and Cathedral Quarter
Lincoln will be transformed in to the biggest and longest running Steampunk festival on Earth. Now in its 10th year the show celebrates a steam-powered world in the late 19th century and attracts visitors from all over the world. Over the August Bank Holiday weekend, Lincoln will be hosting a full convention-style day programme with a fringe style programme of art, literature, music, fashion, and comedy.
Lincoln Christmas Market Lincoln Castle and Cathedral Quarter
Thursday 7th December 12 pm - 9.30 pm
Friday 8th December 10 am - 9.30 pm
Saturday 9th December 10 am - 9.30 pm
Sunday 10th December 10 am - 7.00 pm
Stamford Arts Centre Ballroom 27 St Mary's St, Stamford
Escartists comprise of three Lincolnshire artists, felter Eve Marshall, glass artist Cathi Prince and metalsmith Shalini Austin, who invite nine other artists to exhibit alongside them in an exhibition space and create a wonderful pop up shop experience.
Zoo Ceramics are honoured to have been invited to their three events this year.