Reedie Artisans and Entrepreneurs Marketplace

Saturday, June 10
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Marketplace is an opportunity for Reedies in the food, beverage, and craft industries to showcase and sell their work to the Reed community. Guests can taste wine and spirits; sample food from local Reedie-owned establishments; purchase jewelry, cosmetics, and crafts; and get books from their favorite Reedie authors.

  • alumni visiting origami table at Reunions Marketplace
  • alumni shopping prints table at Reunions Marketplace
  • alumni shopping roasted peanuts at Reunions Marketplace

We do our best to make the event accessible to all Reedie entrepreneurs, particularly those who are just starting their careers or trying a new venture. Unlike other markets and fairs, Reunions Marketplace vendors are not asked to pay for table space and we provide most set-up needs (such as tables and linens).

Please note that there is an ATM is available in the basement of the Gray Campus Center across from the bookstore and that some of the vendors are cash-only.

Marketplace 2023

Marketplace 2023 will be held on Saturday, June 10 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on the second and third floors of the Performing Arts Building. Vendors at Marketplace this year will include a mix of Reed alumni and current students!  

Our vendors

Mariza Aparicio-Tovar ’09

Since its inception in 2020, over 12,000 Gentle Tarot decks and guidebooks have been sold to individuals, counseling professionals, and community centers in 56 countries around the world. Mari in the Sky.

David Baxter ’87

Stained and Fused Glass Items. Glass By Dave.

Don Berg ’12

Multi-award winning book Schooling for Holistic Equity: How to Manage the Hidden Curriculum in K-12.

Xochitl Berns

Locally grown, sorted, and processed yarn of high grade quality for any of your hypoallergenic knit goods and creative needs!

Mai Lon Brosseau ’85

Gourmet organic cotton candy, fresh spun to order. Sweet Day: website, instagram, facebook.

Priscilla Carlson ’78

Hand-crafted photo greeting cards, prints, mattes and frames. Images include moon, flowers, trees, waterfalls, mountains, birds, animals, etc.

Achali Cochrane ’24

Hand made jewelry, stickers and postcards! Instagram: achali_kilara.

Sofia DeAngelis '26

I’m a crocheter, so I craft a variety of products!

Catherine Dining ’85

I use traditional hand goldsmithing techniques, applied to one-of-a-kind custom pieces in gold, platinum, and silver, with a liberal dose of a variety colored gemstones, and diamonds. I have a small inventory of produced designs, but mostly work with each client to create a new design just for them. Catherine’s Goldsmithing Designs.

Athena di Properzio ’23

Fun, colorful polymer clay earrings!

Rod Driver '19

Nonfiction comics and graphic journalism. Website:

Harper Dziedzic ’23

Original handmade crochet accessories by Harper Dziedzic ‘23.

Carol Fredrick ’83

Wine from Stone Griffon Vineyard.

Jessica Gerhardt

Jewelry, embroidery hoops, ornaments, art prints, and CDs. Work of Human Hands Art. Jessica Gerhardt website. Instagram: @workofhumanhands and @jgerhardtmusic.

Emily Headen ’92

Fluxweed Artisan Jewelry is a one-woman business based in Portland, OR. Each piece is handcrafted with love and attention using quality materials, most often sterling silver and semi-precious gemstones. Fluxweed’s style ranges from minimalist "wear every day" jewelry to more special occasion pieces.

Millar Kelley ’95

paintings. Instagram: @theregoesmillar

John Laursen ’67

A beautifully produced hardcover book, “Wild Beauty: Photographs of the Columbia River Gorge, 1857–1967,” illuminates the rich photographic heritage of this magnificent landform with 134 meticulously restored historical images. The Northwest Photography Archive.

Rosalie Movius ’73

Handmade quilts from small hanging to lab-sized throws.

Alex Neely ’05

Neo-natural non-interventionist Willamette Valley Wine. Libertine Wines.

Olivia Phillips ’24

Handmade crochet and embroidered items. @chameligator_embroidery

Gary Rogowski ’72

Book entitled Handmade: Creative Focus in the Age of Distraction. The Northwest Woodworking Studio.

Rukayah Rukayah ’26

Beaded earrings.

Theressa Silver ’93

Knitting patterns and books, plus hand crafted stitch markers. ArgentGal Designs.

Sydney Stitt ’25

Cat stickers. Instagram: @reedcollegecat.

Gay Walker ’69

Artists books, broadsides, posters, cards.

Jinduo Wang ’22

I’ll be selling postcards/replicas of my paintings and/or photographs :) Instagram: @junduoa

Monica Wesolowska ’89

Elbert in the Air (by Monica Wesolowska, illustrated by Jerome Pumphrey, Dial Books, 2023). Leo + Lea (by Monica Wesolowska, illustrated by Kenard Pak, Scholastic, 2022). Holding Silvan: A Brief Life (by Monica Wesolowska, Hawthorne Books, 2013).

Katya Wesolowski ’92

In Capoeira Connections: a memoir in motion (UPF 2023), anthropologist Katya Wesolowski traces her 30 years as a practitioner, researcher and now instructor of the Afro-Brazilian combat game of capoeira (which found her when she was a student at Reed in the early 1990s!).

Carolyn Woody ’79

I make handmade origami ornaments and other Asian-inspired crafts, such as cards, magnets and jewelry. I also repurpose maps and atlases into origami map shirt ornaments. Lunarcat Studios facebook.

Beq Yonaka ’23

One-of-a-kind jewelry including charm earrings, beaded bracelets, pendant necklaces, chokers, and chainmail. Instagram: @wheelchairworm

Emily Zetkulic ’16

Art prints, handmade cards and lunar calendars.


Please email Marketplace coordinator Sal Cole ’25 at