The previously sold out GeekCraft Expo Midwest just had three spaces open up for exhibitors: if you missed your chance to apply for our upcoming show March 25-26 at the Madison Masonic Center, now's your chance!
After an extremely successful 2016 debut that attracted thousands of Star Wars fans, Doctor Who enthusiasts, gamer geeks, and everyday "normal" folks who appreciate hand craftsmanship and realize the importance of buying local, GeekCraft Expo Midwest announced its 2017 return--and almost immediately sold out of exhibit space. Now, due to unforeseen circumstances, three spaces are now available!
Founded by comic book writer Daniel Way (Deadpool, Wolverine: Origins), GeekCraft Expo Midwest will showcase local Wisconsin-area crafters who create handmade jewelry, plushes, artwork, and more inspired by comics, television, movies, and pop culture. This free, family-friendly event is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for people to support their local makers and enjoy all kinds of cool gifts, apparel, and collectibles based on their favorite games, superheroes, and more!
"I grew up in Michigan so, being from the Midwest, I feel no small amount of pride in the success of last year's debut show,” said GeekCraft Expo founder Daniel Way. "Looking forward, though, we want to keep up the momentum, and do all we can to make sure that every year is bigger, better and nerdier than the year before . . . that's why, for 2017 we've doubled the amount of exhibitors! Plus, we've provided space to members of The Bodgery, a makerspace in Madison, to come in and do demonstrations on everything from how to make your own cosplay props to how to build your own CNC machine. How cool is that?!"
Previous experience tells us these few spaces will go fast--apply now!