Bazaar 2014 was a big success. Make 2015 even better.
Bazaar is an art market designed to help artists and craftspeople make meaningful connections with buyers and patrons, while also making it as affordable as possible for prospective buyers to make their first or their next art purchase. We do that by:
- Helping artists: Bazaar’s booth fees are just $75, less than 1/5 the price of similar markets.
- Helping buyers: We ask vendors to price at least 1/2 of their merchandise under $100.
Last year’s experiment worked: in one day, 8,000 patrons — many buying art for the first time — bought over $36,000 of art and craft.
To create this incredible value, though, Terrain needs a ton of help from the community. We rely on local art-lovers, businesses and organizations to donate time, money or both!
If you’re able to volunteer your time, donate, or provide services, please follow this link, fill out the short form and we’ll be in touch.
Saturday, June 20
Post Street @ City Hall
Hoopfest seeks court monitors.
You don't have to be a baller to be a part of Earth’s largest three on three basketball tournament. Volunteer to be a court monitor for Hoopfest 2015, June 27 and 28 in downtown Spokane.
Did you know:
- You don’t need prior experience with basketball or Hoopfest, they will provide the training.
- Monitors get awesome NIKE swag – shorts, shirt, shoes!
It takes over 650 court monitors to make Hoopfest run smoothly! Registration for court monitors is now open. Visit the Hoopfest website here to sign-up today. It’s even more fun with friends.
If you can’t volunteer make sure to still come downtown and enjoy the action on Friday at the first ever Hopfest at Hoopfest on Post Street in front of City Hall or enjoy a special Friday practice round.