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Gulfport Merchants Chamber
It’s the perfect collision: End New Year’ Day at the First Friday Art Walk. This monthly juried art show welcomes emerging and professional artists in all media – in a safe, creative and socially distanced manner. The Gulfport Merchants Chamber of Commerce, who sponsors the event, has safety protocols in place, so come listen to […]
On November 28, Gulfport closed down Beach Boulevard for a Shop Small Saturday unlike any year before.
For mobile food vendors in Gulfport, the city says it’s up to the special event organization to make the call.
LocalShops1’s annual, weekend-long Shopapalooza is cancelled this year, replaced with a one-day Shop Small Holiday Market this November in Gulfport.
The Gulfport Merchants Chamber debuted their revision for the third Saturday art event, IndieFaire on Saturday, October 17, featuring local artists and crafters.
Gulfport Beach Bazaar hosted their first annual pumpkin decorating contest on Friday, October 16, which turned the sidewalk into a graveyard of pumpkin guts.
On Friday, October 2 the streets came alive again with music and color as the Gulfport Merchant Chamber’s First Friday Artwalk made its official comeback.
“When a viewer sees my drawing, I want them to also see themselves in it,” says Zoe Papas, whose work will be featured at the October 2 Art Walk in Gulfport.
The Gulfport Merchants Chamber is ready to unveil the event’s metamorphosis into the Third Saturday IndieFaire, on Saturday, October 17.
Gulfport Merchants Chamber is extending their call to artists for “Metamorphosis: Art for Hope and Healing” – apply by September 17.
Creation and navigating the business of art is tricky. The Gulfport Merchants Chamber helps artists navigate both with its Rise & Shine grant.