Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center launches its 39th annual holiday pop-up shop

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Sogs Creatures is one of many vendors at the BBAC's annual holiday pop-up. - COURTESY OF BBAC
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  • Sogs Creatures is one of many vendors at the BBAC's annual holiday pop-up.

This season, you can give the gift of art. The Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center’s annual holiday pop-up transforms the gallery’s 3,000-square-feet into a one-stop shop where you can buy gifts hand-created by more than 100 artisans, including ceramics, jewelry, home décor, greeting cards, stationery, glassware, paintings, candles, soaps, kitchenware, and more. The event kicks off with a Shop & Champagne preview party on Wednesday that includes a strolling dinner, drinks, and a 10% discount on all wares. Tickets for that are $85; otherwise, the pop-up continues through Friday, Dec. 20 free to enter.

Shop & Champagne runs from 6:30-9 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4 (see website for full schedule); Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, 1516 S. Cranbrook Rd., Birmingham; 248-644-0866; BBArtCenter.org. After Wednesday, pop-up is free and open to the public.



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