Maximise your brand exposure and grow your customer base.

Why Become An Exhibitor?

In an increasingly hyperconnected and busy world, more and more people are looking to ‘create’ and ‘make’ with their own hands.  Our new show format aims to help inspire visitors (of all levels and ages) to learn a new art, fall in love with that craft, and gain the skills and tools they need to start their own creative journey.

Our shows with a 30 year heritage, can give your business (small or large) high levels of exposure to an engaged and committed audience of all skill levels.  Our new show format brings a more diverse yet complimentary range of arts together in one place and therefore will attract an equally diverse and expanded audience who are looking for ideas, new products, skills, inspiration, information and connections to a like-minded people.

To maximise your brand exposure, increase sales or get your personal brand noticed, we have the following ways you can take part in the show as an Exhibitor:

  • Running hands-on paid Workshops/classes
  • Doing live Demonstrations
  • Showcasing your product or service in an Exhibitor Stand
  • Sell your products, tools or services via a Retail Stand
  • Display and sell your finished art or wares
  • Providing Food, Beverages or other services to visitors

Additionally, we have a number of different Show Sponsorship packages available to increase the visibility of your brand pre, during and post show.  Contact our events team for more details.

Our visitors come:

To Buy

To Learn

To Be Inspired

Delivering buyers


The buying power of a consumer buyer show is high, with 59% of all visitors intending to make a purchase


On average 38% of visitors claim to visit consumer shows in cities other than their own



62% of visitors state that information is the major reason they attend exhibitions.


21% of visitors decided to attend the show because they have attended before

Preplanned attendance


53% of visitors plan to attend a show a week or more before it opens


82% of the respondents who had travelled from out of town and state did so specifically to attend the show