Young Makers Market, produced by The Woodlands Arts Council and Hosted by Market Street The Woodlands, announced for Fall 2024

By: JennyCarattini-Wright
| Published 03/12/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- As part of its 20th Anniversary celebration, The Woodlands Arts Council (TWAC) is proud to announce the first-ever Young Makers Market, to be held on September 7, 2024, at Market Street The Woodlands. This one-of-a-kind opportunity for students aged 8-18 in Montgomery County to sell their unique artistic creations in a one-day mini-arts festival will teach participants about entrepreneurship, marketing, and what it is like to be a working artist in workshops before the big event.

Montgomery County Students Ages 8-18 can apply through April 30 to sell their art in a one-day mini-arts festival.

Young Artists of ALL SKILL LEVELS are encouraged to apply. Please see the website for full details about applying and participation:

“As an organization, we are having so much fun collaborating with community partners like Market Street, The Woodlands Compounding Pharmacy, and Woodforest National Bank to put together this experience for the young artists in our community,” said TWAC Executive Director Jenny Carattini-Wright. “It is a great way to kick off our 20th Anniversary and reflect our non-profit mission.”

"Market Street is a longtime supporter of the local arts community," said Market Street Marketing Director Noemi Gonzalez. "We are delighted to host the first Young Makers Market and look forward to the event inspiring creativity in both participants and attendees."

TWAC has produced The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival, April 12, 13 & 14, 2024, since 2005. This beloved community event brings over 200 juried fine artists from around the world to Town Green Park and The Woodlands Waterway annually.

Applications are open now through April 30 on the TWAC website:

Tickets to The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival April 12, 13, & 14 are on sale now:

The Woodlands Compounding Pharmacy, Woodforest National Bank, Market Street, and Howard Hughes sponsor the Young Makers Market.

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