TALENTED young creators will have a chance to shine at the Launceston Youth Makers’ Market on April 13.
Fifteen stallholders have signed up for the event, including Migrant Resource Centre clients offering henna tattoos, Jack Foley Photography and Love Jamin Creations.
Coordinator Alison Filgate said all proceeds from sales would stay with stallholders.
“This is about supporting and encouraging young people,” she said.
Ms Filgate said there was space for more stallholders and buskers aged 12 to 25 to participate and encouraged interested people to contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org or the Launceston Youth Makers’ Market Facebook page.
The free event will run from 4 to 6pm at Kings Bridge Function Rooms, 147 Paterson Street, Launceston.
Courtesy of The Examiner