This summer, FAD Market's Artisanal Food Pop-up is back by popular demand! Look forward to over 40 makers showcasing locally sourced, small-batch artisanal packaged foods including decadent chocolates and sweet treats, scrumptious baked goods, savory snacks, fresh condiments, exotic spices, infused syrups and more, as well as food-related products such as handmade ceramics, coasters, cheese boards, chopping blocks and kitchen textiles among others
This event is FREE and open to all ages.
The Invisible Dog Art Center will also play host to three incredible FAD Makers Markets this summer on June 9+10, July 14+15 and 28+29. Find out more here.
Vendor applications are now open for FAD Market's Artisanal Food Pop-up. Click on the button below to apply.
Founded in 2009, The Invisible Dog Art Center is an experimental interdisciplinary arts space that has housed a myriad of visual art exhibitions, theatre and music performances, film screenings, and literary events. Its name is an homage to the building's colorful history, where in its former life, it was a factory in the 1960s that created the hit gag product of the "invisible dog" leash.
Today the notable arts center has established itself firmly as a stalwart of the creative community having housed au courant artists such as Oliver Jeffers and Prune Nourry.
There's plenty to see and do near FAD Market at The Invisible Dog Art Center. Located in the heart of the Boerum Hill Historic District, the area is beloved for its impressive architecture, boasting rows of quaint brick buildings erected in Greek Revival and Italianate style. The neighborhood is also home to The New York Transit Museum, the largest museum of public transportation history in the country; and a bevy of popular eateries and watering holes including the historic Brooklyn Inn, one of the oldest bars in the borough.