Southern Makers brought the best in creative talent, food, locally grown and homemade goods from around the state into one place — Union Station Train Shed in Downtown Montgomery.
If you didn’t have an opportunity to attent this years Southern Makers event, you really missed out on a great time with items from furniture to food; beer to guitars — there was a little bit of everything at Southern Makers 2013, and Carter Photography & Design just did make it.
Since I wasn’t able to attend until after 4 p.m., I felt a little bit deprived. However, there was still plenty of things going on, below are some images for you all to look through. If you are interested in viewing the complete collection, go here: p915456492
Here is a brief description of Southern Makers, summerized from southernmakers.com:
The inaugural Southern Makers event at the historic Union Station Train Shed in Downtown Montgomery… An evolution of 2012’s successful Alabama All Star Food Festival, the highly-curated, one-day event will celebrate creativity and innovation in Alabama by bringing together legendary talent – artists, chefs, craftspeople, farmers, brewers, purveyors, designers and musicians – for one fantastic gathering. Adventurers will experience Alabama’s best in a matter of hours and explore the contemporary side of Alabama’s heritage through maker conversations, tastings, demonstrations, workshops and a curated market bazaar featuring goods from Alabama’s top makers. Created and curated by Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Matter and E.A.T. South, all proceeds from Southern Makers will benefit E.A.T. South, a non-profit organization that encourages healthy lifestyles through education and sustainable food production in urban areas throughout the Southeast. Event goers are invited to celebrate Southern Makers along the Alabama River in the heart of Alabama’s reemerging capital city…