DUE Extended Oct 1,
2021: Application, artist images, and a non-refundable deposit of $50.
FULL PAYMENT DUE: October 4, 2021, midnight.
Welcome to the 46th Annual Wintergreen Fine Craft Market!
October 29 - 31, 2021
Evraz Place, Hall A, 1700 Elphinstone St, Regina, SK
October 29 • 1 - 9 pm
October 30 • 10 am - 6 pm
October 31 • 10 am - 4 pm
Load in and set up: Thursday, October 28, 1 - 7 pm & Friday, October 29, 8 am - 12 pm
Admission for 3 day pass:
Adults $10, Seniors/Student $5, 12 and under FREE
WinterGreen is the only craft market in Regina where each and every exhibitor has passed the rigorous jury process of the Saskatchewan Craft Council. The SCC has set a standard of superior quality that is recognized across the country. The juried status of each member at SCC markets assures that only the highest quality craft will be on display. Purchasers of these craft items walk away with truly original, handmade work by local craft artists.
WinterGreen Fine Craft Market showcases the following handmade media from JURIED artists. Find more information about jurying criteria HERE..
Who is eligible? Juried SCC members who are either a Professional Craftsperson or an Affiliated Marketer. Affiliated Marketers include visual artists that are current members of the SCC, Professional Craftspeople who are from outside Saskatchewan, and Food Marketers.
Food Marketers must be Affiliated Members. The SCC will request proof of either provincial food safety certification, membership in the Saskatchewan Food Producer’s Association, or other similar provincial membership.
Emerging Craftsperson Applications
The Emerging Craftsperson Market Experience program gives artists in the first 5 years of their professional career the opportunity to participate in WinterGreen for 2 consecutive markets, without the need to be juried
Emerging Craftsperson Application
Not a member of the Saskatchewan Craft Council yet?
Submit your Membership Application today!
Sabine Wecker @weckerami
The Saskatchewan Craft Council encourages creative freedom and respectful collaboration. CARFAC has outlined the principles of responsible creative collaboration with Indigenous and other cultures:
1. Free prior and informed consent;
2. Shared control over process and product;
3. Acknowledgement and attribution;
4. Respect for cultural differences; and
5. Reciprocity and benefit sharing.
It is expected that all applications for projects with the SCC meet these standards in the creation and sale of artwork. More information on CARFAC’s appropriation guide can be found here.