We are returning to Golden Gate City for RCF and couldn't be more thrilled.
Since 2008, Renegade SF has brought together the expansive Bay Area creative community for a weekend of exceptional craft and design. Fort Mason Center’s sun-drenched digs offer an inspired marketplace for attendees to discover new artists, shop innovative design, and enjoy immersive features.
With museums, art schools, and design studios aplenty, SF is a creative incubator for artists on the forefront of their craft. From the epicenter of farm-to-table cuisine to the technological boom, SF artists have evolved along with their city and continue to define worldwide movements in the art and design world.
Renegade’s hometown and the location of our headquarters, Chicago is where it all started with their first Fair in 2003. Since then, Renegade has grown into a Chicago mainstay, attracting bustling crowds, exceptional Maker talent, collaborative features, and artistic installations at every Fair.
After years of nurturing artists and Makers of all disciplines, Chicago’s expansive creative community has grown to be an international force in arts and culture. Our Flagship Wicker Park Fair is known as the epicenter of craft, where over 400 of the best Makers + Designers gather for a bustling and inspiring weekend that never fails to attract huge crowds. Click here to learn more.
Big Bear Cafe is back with some amazing local vendors for our annual holiday market! 2019 vendors include:
Penny and Paul
Take Care Shop
Mom & I by EK
For the seventh year, Dupont Circle holiday shoppers can experience a festive German-style market, the Heurich House Museum’s Christkindlmarkt, on Friday, December 6th through Sunday, December 8th, 2019. Craft makers based in DC, Maryland, and Virginia will sell their goods during this celebratory holiday event held in the museum’s Castle Garden. Visitors can also tour the historic home of the Heurich family that will be decorated for Christmas.
Dupont Circle’s only holiday market features goods from local artisans, including jewelers, ceramicists, bakers, makers of housewares, and more. The historic home of DC’s most successful brewmaster, Christian Heurich, will be decorated for the holidays. Purchase tickets here to shop this festive market.