Applications are now closed for the Fall Puces POP Craft & DIY Fair. Check back in the fall for the application form for our Holiday Fair. You can also join the mailing list to receive Puces POP news in your inbox (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Puces POP is a diverse marketplace for handmade art, craft, and design that takes place three times a year in Montreal, Quebec.
The next fair is: September 22 & 23 at St-Michel Church (105 Saint Viateur West).
Submit your info below to apply (it’s free!) Deadline: Friday, August 17th at midnight
- Table spots cost $150+tax for the weekend (all sizes)
- Spots are limited and the vendor line-up changes event to event
- A jury reviews each application to choose the final line-up
- Selected vendors will be contacted by email on Monday, August 20th
- Because wall space and rack space are limited, we can’t guarantee your first choice of table size, but we’ll try our very best to accommodate every vendor’s display requirements.
Questions? Write us at: email@example.com
How does Puces POP pick its vendors?
Vendor spots are limited. Our jury carefully reviews each application and selects the final vendor line-up based on criteria of quality, originality, ecological impact, and artisanal production methods. In keeping with our mandate to create opportunities for emerging creators, every Puces POP fair features a different line-up of artists, including a mix of new and returning vendors.
About Puces POP:
Puces POP is Montreal’s biggest and most popular marketplace for handmade art, craft, and design. Our flagship event, the weekend-long Puces POP Craft & DIY Fair takes place several times a year, during the POP Montreal Music Festival in the fall, leading up to the winter holidays, and in the spring as part of Spring POP. Our fairs attract 6000+ visitors and feature an ever-evolving roster of over 90 new and established creators of unique artisanal products, including food, ceramics, toys, clothing, accessories, jewelry, printed matter, and more. Puces POP also presents many year-round events aimed at the craft and design community, including a fashion design competition, workshops for artisans, and a series of pop-up vintage shopping events.