ARTISANS

Each year, the Concord Multicultural features a full lineup of performances, food vendors, craft vendors, artists and activities that represent more than 30 cultures from around the world, presented by folks who live and work locally. 


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Hand woven scarves made by Burmese refugee women who have resettled here in Concord, NH.
Hand woven scarves made by Burmese refugee women who have resettled here in Concord, NH.

2019 ARTISAN VENDORS

ART FROM MEMORY

Whimsical paintings of cats, Concord, Baghdad, and more.


BUTU INTERNATIONAL

West African Baskets + Paintings, musical instruments, clothes.


CASTELLO ARTS

Bead mosaics, paintings, handmade jewelry, and handmade woodcrafts


CELTIC WORLD, CELTIC BEAT

Books, CDs, DV, Art Prints & Paintings, Cards


DAHLIA BOUTIQUE

Hand-crafted jewelry and macrame.


EYE OF THE FOREST

Raffia and palm baskets, zebu cattle horn, and coconut shell jewelry from Madagascar.


GLOBAL FASHION DESIGNERS

Clothing and accessories made by designers of Global Fashion Show, including Emelyne Adios of Style by Emelyne


KIDS ROCK IT

KRI is a family-owned business who focuses on comfortable, stylish and trendy outfits for babies, toddlers and children. Kids Rock It's initiative is to offer cute outfits while developing our own line of clothing and be able to give back to our community and the rest of the world! Also offering face painting.


KRISANSWERS

Krisanswers uses fabric, fiber, and fun to showcase traditional forms of needlework from her own cultural history and reaches across continents to join them with others! Macrame, crochet, felt, and embroidery are languages of culture, community, diversity, and love. Handmade goods and multicultural exchange celebrate the world we build every day.


MOORE DESIGNS

Floral notecards and prints of original paintings, pottery pots, Strong Self, Strong Mothers book. A large portion of proceeds are donated to the International Rescue Committee helping refugees worldwide. $685 was donated in 2018!


PERUVIAN TEXTILES

Hand Embroidered textiles from Shipibo, a tribe in the Peruvian Amazon.


REGENESIS PROJECT

Unique and handmade items made by hardworking Haitians: Paper bead jewelry and ornaments, traditional paintings, cloth handbags, miscellaneous items. 


S&C EXCHANGE

Peruvian handcrafted merchandise. Jewelry, friendship bracelets, children purses, backpacks blankets.


WINK OF AFRICA

African inspired jewelry mainly made out of cow bone; African inspired clothing made out of African fabric.

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Thank you to our Arts Partner

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Thank you for your interest in participating in the 13th Annual Concord Multicultural Festival! With your participation, we are able to create an engaging event that brings people together to celebrate the diverse heritages that make the Greater Concord community so enriching.

*CRAFT VENDOR REGISTRATION IS CLOSED*

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2019 GUIDELINES FOR PARTICIPANTS (pdf)

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2019 VENDOR REGISTRATION (pdf)

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MANY THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS!

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