ARTISTS, MAKERS & INVENTORS
We launched America's first Upcycle Market in December 2017 for kicks and giggles, and it evolved into a Creative Innovation Center for Sustainability called the Atrium. Our goal is to build the circular economy because this world needs an adaptive, regenerative, and omni-considerate future.
If you are interested in being an eco-artist vendor or checking out our many other programs with the Atrium, please join our community on our Atrium 916 website. Upcycle Pop is a program of the Atrium (Instagram @atrium916.com). Once confirmed you will be in our artist database and will receive communications on our nonprofit program opportunities, upcoming events, grants, and Upcycle Pop updates. Our Upcycle Pop markets are artistic, kind, educational, and creatively inspiring. It is a family-friendly market for eco-friendly upcycled/repurposed furniture, home decor, fashion, and inventions. During market open hours, artists are encouraged to be actively creating on location for the public to appreciate the work involved.
If you aren't part of the Atrium creative community - JOIN OUR CREATIVE COMMUNITY
This is a new interactive shopping experience where the public gets to meet the artists, watch them work, participate and possibly learn a thing or two. In the process, the public gets to support local artists, by purchasing functional art pieces or commissioning the artists for other projects, and the public leaves inspired to do more about reducing their own waste creation.
We have two main requirements, of our creative community:
- That you make dope repurposed / eco-friendly stuff or have a talent that can be utilized.
- You are a kind person that works well with others.
Our join our community form on our nonprofit website is long, but it has many questions so we can serve you better. Looking forward to building an adaptive, regenerative, and Omni considerate future with you.
Thank you, with kindness
This light, by Old E Metalworks, sold at UpcyclePOP #1 - December 14-17
Rare Bird Stereos turns anything into a Bluetooth stereo that sounds awesome!
Nick Lopez, takes found fence wood and converts it into stunning pieces of art.
These are only some of the many amazing artists who participated in Upcyclepop - Remade in Sacramento, America's first upcycle market.