Reedie Artisans & Authors Marketplace
What is Marketplace?
We do our best to make the event accessible to all Reedie entrepreneurs, particularly those who are just starting their careers or trying a new venture. Unlike other markets and fairs, Reunions Marketplace vendors are not asked to pay for table space and we provide
Please note that there is an ATM is available in the basement of the Gray Campus Center across from the bookstore and that some of the vendors are cash-only.
For Purveyors: Things to KnowThe Reunions Assistant is your contact person for all Marketplace questions and concerns. Please call 503/517-5491 to get in touch.
- Register for Reunions! You can do that here. General registration is free.
- Sign up to be a purveyor here; the deadline is May 1. Please make sure to include a cell phone number so that we can contact you the day of the
event,if need be.
- If selling alcohol, look out for an email regarding OLCC permits.
- Make your product! If you are providing free samples, please bring as much as you are comfortable with. It’s okay if you run out before 2 p.m.
- If you need to process credit cards on a smartphone or tablet, please note that cell phone service may be inconsistent in the Performing Arts Building; however, we anticipate that you'll have reliable access to WiFi.
Saturday, June 8, Timeline
- 10 a.m.—11 a.m.: Vendors arrive and set up*
- 11 a.m.—2 p.m.: Marketplace is open!
- 2 p.m.— 3 p.m.: Vendors pack up
* Parking is available in the West lot. Vendors are encouraged to utilize the 15-minute parking outside the west entrance of the Performing Arts Building to drop off supplies.
This Year's Alumni Purveyors
Don Berg ’12:
Author of More Joy More Genius, Most Schools Won't Fit, and Education Can ONLY Be Offered. Don will have all three books available.
Amber Michelle Cook ’92
Speculative fiction novels and Chromatic Daffodil Shadows greeting and notecards.
Mai Lon Brosseau ’85: Sweet Day
Fresh, hand-spun, gourmet, organic cotton candy to contribute to your happiness.
John Daniel ’70
Author of ten books of essays, memoir, fiction, and poetry.
Amelia Hard ’67: artist's hand studio
Distinctive handmade metal jewelry in silver, copper, brass, and aluminum.
Jeanie Lee ’16
Homemade kimchi. "I had been making kimchi with my mom for most of my life before making kimchi on my own when I started Reed in 2011. My recipe is a variation of her recipe with a few twists of my own."
David Lukas ’93
Naturalist and author of Language Making Nature, an exploration of the craft of creating new words for speaking of new ideas, new concepts, and new values.
Scott MacLeod ’85: World University and School Academic Press
Author of Naked Harbin Ethnography: Hippies, Warm Pools, Counterculture, Clothing-Optionality and Virtual Harbin, Winding Road Rainbow: Harbin, Wandering & the Poetry of Loving Bliss, Haiku~ish: and Other, Loving, Hippy, Harbin Poetry.
Molly Radany ’11
Eclectic handmade decor, jewelry and costume pieces.
Claudia Royston ’89: Global Gourmands
Global Gourmands creates exceptional and authentic food & wine journeys for small groups. Destinations include Europe, South America, Asia, New Zealand, South Africa, Morocco & India.
Cherie Renae ’79
Artist and author of
Martha Richards ’92: X Gallery Art
X Gallery Art is a fine art storage and placement business located in Portland’s Central Eastside District. X Gallery Art provides convenient access to your art while keeping it safe in a secure, climate-controlled facility. Martha will be selling selected unframed paintings from the Shirley Gittelsohn collection that was donated to Reed and is currently being housed by X Gallery Art.
Elise Roberts ’99: Enlightened Bugs
Unique glimpses of Oregon bees in stunningly colorful macro photos, focusing on the critical role of pollinators in supporting healthy ecosystems. Elise will bring aluminum prints, acrylic blocks, and greeting cards.
Sonya Sanford ’04: Beetroot Market and Deli
Beetroot is a new Jewish deli and specialty food store located in NW Portland.
Theressa Silver ’93: ArgentGal Designs
Author of Knitting Wild, a book of knitting patterns and essays inspired by national parks and wildlife refuges. Theressa will also bring an assortment of single knitting patterns.
Susan Sokol Blosser MAT ’67
Author of The Vineyard Years: A Memoir with Recipes and 7 Lessons at 70: Notes from the Front Line. Susan will have both books available.
Rosie Tabachnick ’19: Lazer Donuts
Lazer Donuts is jewelry made on the laser cutter in Reed's own digital fabs lab!
Carolyn Woody ’79: Lunarcat Studios
Handmade origami ornaments and other Asian-inspired crafts such as cards, magnets, and jewelry.
Emily Zetkulic ’16
Pen-and-ink illustrations of flora and fauna.