The Heights Artisan Market has been an in-person event since 2013. In an effort to keep patrons and artists safe, the event has gone virtual until Dec. 30.
“Artists are for the most part self-employed small business owners,” said Chris Magisano, the market producer. “They do not generally have employees and therefore were unable to qualify for federally funded support during this difficult time. So in this event, 27 local and Texas regional artists are presenting their work with access to be able to purchase it.”
Just like at the in-person market, all transactions and communication is between the patron and the vendor. Find the list of artists at https://www.theheightsartisanmarket.com/.