Hot on the heels of our fully booked Spring Fete market, the Malta Artisan Markets team are delighted to announce our participation in The Imperial open weekend, due to take place on Sunday 5th June, from 10am-6pm!
If you are an artisan and would like to come on board our Malta Artisan Markets Spring edition fill in the online application form as spaces are limited. All stallholders & visitors to the market must be familiar with the lastest Health Authority covid-19 guidelines & abide by them in the market environs.
We are still inviting artisans to get on board our an online platform for a virtual market experience in 2022! This initiative will run alongside our physical markets to enable visitors to support local artisans throughout the year.
If you are an artisan who is interested in becoming part of something spectacular- join our Malta Artisan Markets community to stay updated with our latest proposals. The virtual Malta Artisan Markets is guaranteed to reach an audience who are passionate about shopping local. The aim of this initiative is to promote small, local businesses online, with delivery options making life easier. This digital platform is being planned by the team behind Malta Artisan Markets, who have a wealth of experience in supporting local artisans.
If you’re an Artisan get in touch to find out more now! Malta Artisan Markets reserve the right to approve or decline all listings on the Virtual Market platform, in order to ensure the quality and integrity of products sold through our virtual market.
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•If you would like to discover how you too may join the Malta Artisan Markets community, we invite you to fill in the first time participants online form in order to apply for approval to join our stallholders.
•Bookings to be a part of Malta Artisan Markets virtual online market are still open. To register your interest drop us a line, follow Malta Artisan Markets on social media- Facebook & Instagram.
Launched in May 2011 in Vittoriosa, the Malta Artisan Markets have since taken place over fourty times in beautiful historic settings in Malta including Couvre Porte, Birgu, Senglea, Kalkara, Maria Rosa Vineyards in Attard, Palazzo de Piro in Mdina, Palazzo Parisio in Naxxar, Fort St. Elmo in Valletta, Is-Suq tal-Belt & Fort Manoel together with the Easter and Christmas Markets at the Phoenicia Ballroom and Cavalieri Art Hotel. The markets have been warmly welcomed on the local scene and have given locals and visitors to Malta the opportunity to buy locally produced, fresh, high quality, affordable products direct from carefully selected food producers, artists and craftspeople.
Organised by The Definitive(ly) Good Guide Co – publishers of The Definitive(ly) Good Guide to Restaurants in Malta & Gozo and The Malta Kids Directory, and organisers of Offbeat Malta Food Trails. Malta Artisan Markets’ aim is to further promote high quality local arts and crafts and quality food products amidst a convivial atmosphere. The fair is as equally brilliant selling point for artists and craftspeople as it is for enterprising individuals who are creating delicious delicacies with local seasonal products and serves as an excellent showcase.
• Have a look at the previous market photos here
• We are delighted to announce that for a second time Malta Artisan Markets has been awarded by National Enterprise Support Awards (NESA). We are very happy that such a body is continuing to support us in our initiative to offer a platform to Malta artisans so that they continue to improve their products and skills. Have a look at the video!