Our craft fairs are full of magic.
Our vendors are makers, witches, healers, artists, coaches, creatives. As a shopper expect to find ceramics, jewelry, apparel, art, and so much more. Plus interactive activations like a DJ and a bar.
Our creatives are fierce, political, colorful.
So whether you're an artist looking for inspiration, or shopping for gifts for the holidays, or just looking for a good time, Girl Gang Craft is not to be missed event.
Want to give unique gifts this holiday season while supporting small businesses? You've come to the right place! Shop 100+ femme led businesses right here on Girl Gang Craft. The Gift Guide is live November 10 and up until January 10 so you can take your time shopping this season (Although small business owners LOVE those early orders). Take your time browsing the guide and make sure to send to a friend (or 7!) Happy Holidays! Thanks for shopping small!
Oakland is our roots. GGC was built slowly in the city of Oakland, where the community lifted us up. GGC takes place biannually in the Scottish Rite center, framed by the beauty of Lake Merritt. Our Oakland event boasts 100+ femme vendors, with food, bar, DJ, in a gorgeous Art Deco Ballroom.
WE ARE SO EXCITED TO BE EXPANDING ONCE AGAIN TO A NEW CITY- Providence, Rhode Island! Our first Rhode Island event will be for the Holiday Season: Sunday December 10 at Waterfire Arts Center. This is a beautiful, spacious venue in Providence, RI (with lots of parking!) We cannot wait to collaborate with the people of Providence.
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What makes GGC different from other craft fairs?
Calling all Female -identified, trans + non-binary
(+ now allied) creatives, makers, artists + healers
We are looking for badass entrepreneurs, creatives, artists + makers to vend at our shows!
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What they're saying
"GGC events always feel the incredibly alive to me; there is always an interesting, vibrant, and diverse group of makers who bring an infectious energy. I always leave feeling so honored and blessed to be in the room with these incredibly inspiring (and dare I say, extremely *cool*) women and women-identifying makers."