An indoor-outdoor day-long Steampunk Fair in Kennebunk.
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ADMISSION: $5.00 per person (FREE for members). Ticket sales support the Museum’s year-round educational mission! Tickets are valid for entry into the Brick Store Museum, the Program Center, and the outdoor campus of the Brick Store Museum. CLICK HERE to pre-purchase your tickets online!
WHEN: Saturday, August 4, 2018, from 11:00am – 5:00pm.
WHERE: At the Brick Store Museum at 117 Main Street in Kennebunk, Maine
WHAT: At the Southern Maine Steampunk Fair, you will find demonstrations and presentations of artwork and craft-making; meet and greet with Steampunk authors; attend a Steampunk Tea Duel; discover crafters of Victorian-futuristic art and crafts; create at our Maker Station; play Victorian lawn games; and much more.
11:30am: “Victorian Spiritualism,” talk by author Joy Reed
12:30pm: Tea Duel with the The Guild of Extraordinary Gentlewomen
1:45pm: “Historical Fantasy: Where History Meets Possibility,” talk by author Leanna Renee Hieber
3:00pm: “Corsetry and Costume: A Guide to Steampunk Fashion,” talk by author Joy Reed
*Both authors will have a book signing/sales booth during the day
1:00 – 3:00pm: Steampunk High Tea (click to purchase your tickets) with the Guild of Extraordinary Gentlewomen (maximum 42 guests – $30 per person! All proceeds go to the Museum’s educational programs year-round.)
Snacks/small plates/desserts for sale at the “Steam Café” all day
Maxim’s Desserts food truck (with the infamous ice cream pie!)
[[ Need ideas for Steampunk dress and personal decoration? Check out our Pinterest for ideas! ]]
Unique creations and artwork, antiques, lamps, furniture, jewelry and much more will be on display and for sale by featured makers and artisans. Prices range in price from $5.00 to $500.00.
What is “steampunk?”
Steampunk often features anachronistic technologies or “retro-futuristic” inventions as people in the 19th century might have envisioned them. The era’s perspective on fashion, culture, architectural style, invention and art all play into the visual culture of Steampunk. Technology may include fictional machines like those found in the works of H. G. Wells and Jules Verne.
2018 Vendors & Performers list
The following makers, crafters, artists and performers will be joining us at the Southern Maine Steampunk Fair. Please visit their pages below to check out what they’re bringing!
Binker Brothers Illuminations
Dragonfly Wingz and Artsy Thingz
Faerie Eggs of Kae Glenn
Flights of Francy
It’s a Dog’s Life
MSR Craft and Creative
Noadi’s Art Original Creations
Sand, Sea & Steam
A Touch of Glass
Voltaire Design Studio
The White Raven Tarot Readings
Croquet on the Lawn
Get your Steampunk Name
Maker Station (free activities!)
Raffle for Steampunk Fun
Snacks & Beverages:
Fizz, Tea, and Goodies for sale
Staying in Kennebunk
The Port Inn Kennebunk is the official inn of the Brick Store Museum and the Southern Maine Steampunk Fair!
By using the link below, you’ll receive 10% off your stay!
The Brick Store Museum is a private non-profit museum.
Your admission fees, donations, membership and shop purchases support education, exhibits, and collections care and preservation for future audiences.