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Brick Aux presents Market of Dreams – July 17, 2022
Brick Aux is proud to present
MARKET OF DREAMS
ROLLING BOURBON COHORT
Join us Sunday, July 17 starting at 2pm.
-An excellent array of vendors, serving you treats, fashion and gems.
–Love/Machine, the incredible gallery show by David J. Tennent
-A new take on the ol’ Bourbon Cohorts
When and How?
2pm-5pm, 3 incredible vendors will be on hand, ready to send you walking with unexpected treats.
More info about each vendor below.
2pm-evening hours, Love/Machine will be activated and the art will be available for purchase.
2pm-when the bourbon runs out, Brick Aux will be a place where old and new friends come drink bourbon and chat about anything and everything.
Brick Aux – 628 Metropolitan Avenue
MARKET OF DREAMS
Amun’s Edibles is an AfroIndigenous, trans-owned infused treat business hailing from Crown Heights, Brooklyn in New York. Amun’s THC- infused, gluten-free, vegan treats are a love letter to the trans community—providing healing medicine, good vibes, and safe spaces to the queer and trans community first, and letting the benefits emanate outwards. He offers savory and sweet infused treat orders for delivery in Brooklyn/Queens/Manhattan and at pop-ups, as well as offering infused private dinners by appointment.
StuyDYED is a Brooklyn Based tie dye company serving BedStuy and the larger NY community for the 5+ years. Providing custom dyes, public & private events & one of a kind pieces, STUYDYED has a little something for everyone. You can fnnd our pieces available and inquire about events & custom commissions at www.stuydyed.com.
Susan Strauss via Kate Zibluk
Prior to making jewelry, Susan Strauss was a social worker and a business owner. She earned a BA in philosophy at Newcomb College and an MSW from Tulane University. While she was a social worker, she also took clay classes in New Orleans, in Boulder, and when she returned to Little Rock in 1994.
In 1997, after working for a few years as a social worker in Little Rock, she quite suddenly opened River Market ArtSpace, promoting the work of almost 100 mostly local artists. The gallery was successful, and she sold it in 2002. At that time, she began making jewelry (mostly beading) and started taking some classes. She is self-taught in metal clay. Her goddaughter Kate Zibluk is representing her in presenting her jewelry in NYC.
You can check out more of her work at https://cals.org/galleries/