We got to sit down with Erika Funke of WVIA and she interviewed us on ArtScene. We thought it would be fun to turn the tables and interview the interviewer about her prolific career in radio and the arts. Erika and the WVIA team have been an invaluable pARTner in spreading the word for Arts […]
Freedlove took downtown Scranton by storm in 2012. Since becoming a staple on the scene, this bright and colorful storefront has become a go-to place for Scranton trendsetters. We’re so excited to be partnering with Freedlove for #shopscranton and Arts on the Square! Stop in during the event for a chance to win a piece […]
Artist Sara Mika from Bloomsburg transforms fabric, batting and thread into whimsical works of art. Her quirky sense of humor is apparent in all of her colorful quilted creations. Meet Sara Mika of Mock Pie Studio and check out some of the quilt designs she will be showing at Arts on the Square. Tell us […]
There’s nothing like a crafty lady armed with whimsical creatures and a sense of humor. We’re really excited to introduce you Rosalee Kicks from SundaeMatinee. She’s bringing her beautiful creature creations from her lab in Philly to downtown Scranton for Arts on the Square. Have you always been an artist? I’d have to say that […]
We’re super psyched to feature Keith Perks of 1120 Studios. He’s a designer, photographer, writer, fine artist and entrepreneur. His D.I.Y. and don’t-take-no-for-an-answer attitude really resonates with us here at ScrantonMade. We got a chance to sit down with Keith and talk about his work and his passion for our local arts scene. Hello Keith! […]
We’re so excited about this year’s music lineup curated by Summersteps Records and Highway 81 Revisited!!! Find out more about the bands:Summersteps StageKid IcarusCold CoffeeEww YabooA Fire with FriendsHighway 81 Revisited StageIndigo Moon Brass BandHeavy BlondeKatie Kelly & The Charming BeardsGentleman East Charles Havira
If you live anywhere in or around Scranton and pay ANY attention to arts or the music scene, you’ve heard of Tom Graham. Managing Editor of Electric City and very busy musician about town, he’s always on the go, making music and making things happen. We’re so proud to work with Tom and the entire […]
This stylish vintage shop has been popping up all over town. Meet Rebekah King, one half of the GypsyJane Pop Up Vintage Shop and see what GJ is bringing to Arts on the Square. Also, major announcement…coming this summer they will bringing our area its first Vintage Pop Up Shop Mobile Truck! Hi Rebekah! When […]
Did you know you can learn to paint en plein air at Arts on the Square? Our pARTner, Spirited Arts, is offering three fun outdoor painting classes right on the Square! We sat down with Katharine Schkloven of Spirited Arts Scranton to find out all about it. Hello Katharine! Tell us the concept behind Spirited […]
Chika Michieli was born in Tokyo, lived in Paris and now runs her business, Mercato, from New York City. A regular vendor at Real NYC Market, 6th Borough Market, and many other fabulous NYC festivals, she is bringing her gorgeous vintage-kimono style headbands, photography print bags and accessories to Arts on the Square. Tell us […]
We’re so excited to share the work of Photographer Brandi Merolla. Many of the figures in her Scenes from theAttic collection originated from the flea fairs and yard sales of NEPA. We just love her work and are glad she’s venturing from NY State to participate in Arts on the Square! Tell us a little […]
We’ve got so many incredible vendors lined up for Arts on the Square. Ashley from Reclaimed A Candle Company’s merchandise presentation is literally a work of art in itself. Check out some of her top tips to make your vending experience a great success. Don’t forget, there is still time to apply to be a […]
Did you get your application in yet? Don’t miss out on being a part of the largest arts festival in Lackawanna County. See what our returning vendors have to say about Arts on the Square here. Applications can be found on the event website or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arts on the Square is fast approaching and we already have sooo many return vendors….We feel LOVED and oh-so-grateful! Over the next few weeks we’ll be sharing Top Tips from some of our returning vendors who always go above & beyond. They’ve also shared some very kind words about why they are returning to Arts […]
Applications are now available for food truck and food cart vendors for Arts on the Square!
Shanty Town has thrilled us again!!! They’re helping us give our site a facelift! We’re loving the rough sketch! Vendor apps still open! Shoot us an email at: email@example.com
First slew of vendor acceptance letters going out today!!! Don’t worry there’s still time to apply to the 2nd Annual Arts on the Square. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Vendors are applications are reviewed on a rolling basis so you won’t want to wait until the last minute!
Interested in being a vendor or featured artist at the 2nd Annual Arts on the Square? Voted BEST NEW EVENT IN NEPA by Electric City, this year promises to be even bigger and better than last year! Get the application HERE! OR if you’d rather it emailed directly to your inbox, shoot us a line at email@example.com. We can’t […]
Let the countdown begin!!! Arts on the Square planning is already in high gear. Reach out to us if you are a creative person who would like to be involved. We’re open to your ideas!
We had so much fun inviting the artists and the public to share their photos of rts on the Square on Instagram through our hashtag #artsonthesquare. Here are some of our favorites. (You might want to follow some of these cool peeps on instagram). @therealgreysquirrel @adailyobsession @badcroftstudio @chriskearney @greasegirl22 @greenbeingscranton @thepopupstudio @samanthanardelli @scrantonpubliclibrary @hippiemamacass […]