A Second, Local-Vendor Pop-Up Market Comes to Columbia University Retail Space
Vendors offering handcrafted jewelry, clothing, accessories and more bring their products to Morningside Heights September 28 and 29 in space provided by Columbia
September 27, 2019
The Pop Up Collective, a new local vendor pop-up market, is coming to Morningside Heights at the former Liberty House space, 2878 Broadway (southeast corner of 112th Street and Broadway), on Saturday and Sunday September 28 and 29 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day.
The Collective was formed by the Fe Project in collaboration with The NYC Fair Trade Coalition, gathering designers, makers and artists to share their work at space provided by Columbia University rent-free. The Pop-Up Collective follows on the heels of the monthly Uptown Artisanal Pop-Up in the same space.
Cindy Godoy, Founder of Fe Project, is part of the Uptown Artisanal Pop-Up. After taking part in the monthly pop-up and hearing the feedback from local residents, it was only natural to want to share the experience and expand the opportunity with other small businesses.
Cindy is excited to be working alongside such great organizations again “to create a space for businesses to thrive and to enrich the community, thanks to Columbia. We hope to continue The Pop Up Collective for as long as possible and to continue to present great work to residents in the area while helping local small businesses thrive!”
“The Pop Up Collective is a win-win opportunity, bringing the offerings of these unique vendors to the Morningside Heights community,” said Shari Colburn, Vice President of Real Estate. “Columbia is proud to support these businesses and opportunities like the Pop Up Collective and Uptown Artisanal so we can continue to bring innovative retail experiences to the community.”
Some of businesses featured as part of the Pop Up Collective this weekend include:
Nidasii - Organic skincare products
Black Snapper Design - Handmade leather accessories and jewelry (crafted from unsold leather items from local thrift shops)
Asia Ingalls Jewelry Collection - Handmade jewelry inspired by the natural and celestial worlds
Tinguacó Foundation - Handmade beaded accessories made by Columbian Artisans
Wayuuchilabags - Preserving Wayuu traditions and weaving techniques through Mochilas Wayuu bags and accessories
Golden Glow Accessories - Handcrafted African Accessories
Custom Collaborative - a NYC-based worker-owned cooperative creating one of a kind pieces made of 90 percent repurposed and upcycled textiles
Pounce - Celebrating the beauty and power in women one t-shirt at a time
Stella Lucchi, Inc - Upcycled jewelry
Goryalicious Handcrafts - Handmade sustainable knitwear and organic body scrubs
The Pop Up Collective
2878 Broadway @ 112th Street
Saturday September 28 and Sunday September 29
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
NYC Fair Trade Coalition: The NYC Fair Trade Coalition is a grassroots organization that promotes fair trade businesses and retailers in New York City and educates consumers on the importance of fair trade. We partner with ethically-aligned businesses, retailers, NGOs, and citizens in New York City to host events and engage the public in dialogue.