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this pop-up market is celebrating first nations designers

this pop-up market is celebrating first nations designers

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A bunch of ace businesses and creatives are setting up shop in Melbourne’s CBD in the lead up to National Reconciliation Week.

If you have a few hours to spare this Thursday afternoon, then might we suggest you mosey over to the Reconciliation Week Pop-Up Market? Aboriginal non-profit company Ngarrimili has teamed up with WeWork to host the one-night event, which will showcase some of our best First Nations designers ahead of National Reconciliation Week.

Stallholders include Clothing the Gaps, Amber Days, Haus of Dizzy, Yarli Creative, Salty One, Kinya Lerrk and more. Plus, there’ll be plenty of drinks and tasty eats to nibble on, too. If you’d like to come along, register by popping over here, or just rock up on the night.

The Reconciliation Week Pop-Up Market runs from 4.30pm – 7pm on May 26 at Level 22, 120 Spencer Street, Melbourne.