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June 8, 2016 AT 9:41 am

This Saturday in NYC: SVA Makers Market. Arduino Lamps, Keyboard Waffles, and More. @SVA_News

School of Visual Arts alum and current student makers will gather this Saturday at the iconic Metropolitan Pavilion for a pop-up Makers Market of wares. As these things go there will be lots and lots of crafts, from jewelry and apparel to printed matter and furnishings. There will also be a number of unique design and tech objects, notably Chris Dimino’s keyboard waffle iron and Richard Clarkson’s The Cloud Arduino-powered interactive cloud lamp. If you’re in NYC it’s a chance to not only see these things in person but possibly to purchase one too! There are more previews of what’s on offer on SVA’s website.

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SVA Makers Market highlights the entrepreneurial, do-it-yourself spirit of SVA alumni. This one-day event will exclusively showcase alumni-made commercial products such as apparel and accessories; furniture; jewelry; housewares and decorative objects; stationery and self-published books, magazines and comics. Makers Market will bring together some of the brightest talent in craft and design.

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