ABOUT THE ECHO PARK CRAFT FAIR
The Echo Park Craft Fair is a 2-day art and design event in Silverlake, California, featuring work by over 120 artists and drawing thousands of guests. The Fair has become a pioneering showcase for the thriving Makers Movement. Featuring a meticulous curation of work from some of the finest artists in America, the Fair celebrates innovators creating in a vast array of mediums – from ceramics to jewelry, perfumery to clothing design, woodworking to fabric art.
Founded at the cusp of what is now a global trend toward the support of the handcrafted and locally sourced, The Echo Park Craft Fair has evolved, over nearly a decade, from a backyard pop-up, to a vast community gathering. Seven years after its inception, the Fair draws influencers and tastemakers, as well as national and international retail buyers, magazine editors and stylists –all of whom flock to the market to source products, ignite ideas and fuel creative inspiration.
Hosting thousands over the course of a highly anticipated 2-day event, the Fair draws style icons, celebrities and trendsetters, a creative-minded, discerning crowd who cull inspiration from the careful curation of vendors and vibrant communal atmosphere.
Expanding far beyond from its beginnings as an intimate backyard gathering, The Echo Park Craft Fair now occupies the entirety of the legendary Mack Sennett Studios in Los Angeles, spreading across two massive soundstages and occupying an entire block just outside the historic venue. Featuring not only the best artists working in beauty, crafts and design, the Fair now offers delicious artisan foods and coffees from the finest local eateries, snacks and drinks from Moon Juice, a specialty cocktail bar hosted by The Spare Room, and eclectic music curated by renowned Dublab DJs.
“As the Fair grows it’s important to remember what it’s all about – we’re women and artists who are supporting each other, validating each other’s vision, laughing, creating and struggling together. No matter where it all goes, how much it grows – it has to remain about that sense of community and fostering a greater sense of beauty in the world.”
– EPCF Co-Founder Rachel Craven