Thank you for coming to see us and support local art at Phoenix Fan Fest this past weekend! We had a gas! We met so many cool folks! I swear, it seems that every time we do an event, we meet the some of the best people. We really love talking about art and what makes people interested in what we do.
If you signed up for our mailing list, either online, or at the event don’t forget to use your coupon code here!
We’re in the process of setting up a youtube channel. We’ll be posting videos of works in progress, finished pieces along with event footage. You can check out our first finished piece video here.
We just listed this new box on Etsy. Our plan is to list a new box every week, so stay tuned!
We’ve got lots of shows booked for the rest of 2017 (a new date for December) and we’re booking many more into 2018!
- November 18, Downtown Mesa Festival of the Arts, 10a-4p
- November 25th-26th, Reid Park Holiday Art and Craft Festival, 9a-4p
- December 2, Thieves Market, Tempe, 9a-3p
- December 9-10 TBA
- December 16, Hello Handmade Market, Downtown Phoenix, 10a-4p
- January 6, Downtown Mesa Festival of the Arts, 10a-4p
- January 20th-21st, Retro City Fest, Pomona, California , 10a-8p Sat & 10a-5p Sunday
More dates and events TBA!
Things are changing here at WeeGonza Bazaar! We’ve been busy making new things, participating at shows and Comicons, and lots of R & D!
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It’s been an interesting couple of months. We have had a lot going on personally as well as professionally. We’ve been R&D-ing our parts off to come up with some new designs both for jewelry and props. It’s amazing how much you learn just from one show to the next. We’d like to thank all of the people who came to see us at Phoenix Fan Fest and Keen Halloween! Both were fantastic conventions and we not only got to see some old friends, but made new ones!
Speaking of shows, our next show is Tucson Comic-con! We’re really looking forward to it, as it’s our home town show. It’s going to be much bigger this year, and we also have some media guests, which is a first for TCC. Kind of excited to meet Marina Sirtis, that is if I can get up the cojones to speak to her. 🙂 I dunno, we’ll see.
We’ll be in Crafter’s Alley, right in between Cosplay and Author’s Alley, tables C-7/8.
We are also starting to lay out our schedule for next year. We’re adding some street festivals and art fairs in addition to the Conventions. Come February, we’re looking to do the Two Rivers Renaissance Festival. That should be a gas! Wild Wild West Con, Westercon70, Phoenix Comicon, and Boston Comic-con are on the list of conventions so far. We’re also looking at events in Southern California, New Mexico, Colorado and Nevada. Basically, anywhere we can drive to reasonably in a day.