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Arts and crafts market St. Gilgen
Live music, craft mile and show workshops at the market from 25th to 26th September 2021
Here the visitor experiences the emergence of individual handicraft products. This creates a lively exchange between viewer and producer.
This year the popular St. Gilgen handicraft market will take place again. From 25th to 26th September, more than 80 exhibitors from Germany and abroad will meet in the Seepark in St. Gilgen and present their unique handicrafts.
For the interested visitors there is a lot on offer. All material ranges can be found, unique glass works and ceramics, turned woodwork, finely designed jewellery in gold and silver as well as textiles in traditional costumes and modern style. Forging work in large and small versions, rare paperwork, knife forging and leatherwork.
This year again the very popular ramen program with live music and the show workshops is planned. Here, exhibitors will show off their extraordinary craftsmanship skills right at the stand.
As a quality event, the market enriches the great offer of St. Gilgens and the Salzkammergut region.
The official opening: Mayor Otto Kloiber of the 12th KHW Market will again perform on Saturday, September 25th at 11 am in the Seepark, Musikpavillion
Strobler Autumn Market
When the forests slowly turn colourful, the lake is crystal clear, the mountains are fog-free and the distant view is sharp, then autumn comes to Wolfgangsee. In the course of this autumn treat, the Strobler Autumn Market takes place for the first time on the village square in Strobl from September 11th to 12th. Visitors can enjoy culinary specialities, artisanal products and live music from the region.
Experience the traditional craftsmanship of local craftsmen and craftsmen at the market stands. Of clay, utility ceramics and art objects. . .
. . . from hand-sewn traditional clothing for children to wood engraving, creatives present their handmade products. The culinary stalls will delight you with homemade liqueurs, syrups, vinegar, schnapps as well as regional cheese and sausage specialities. On top of that, the Strobler innkeepers provide culinary delicacies from Kistnbratl to autumn pasta dishes for your physical well-being. Younger visitors can enjoy the playground directly adjacent to the market.
In addition to culinary and craft specialities, the first Strobler Autumn Market offers a great entertainment programme. On Saturday, September 11th, folk musicians will provide musical accompaniment to the market. The 1st Strobler Beer Pong Tournament awaits all visitors from 6 p. m. and from 8 p. m. The Helagunkis will be performing in the music pavilion. The two musicians from the Salzkammergut provide the necessary atmosphere with their unique sound, combining rock’n’roll from the 50s and 60s with double bass and traditional folk music with Styrian harmonica. Sunday is all about local folk music and from 11. 00 a. m. the St. Gilgner Tanzlmusi invites you to a snack before the popular folk music trio Edelweiß 3 from St. Wolfgang provides the best entertainment.
Mondsee ceramic market
02. - 04. August 2021
Around 25 ceramists from Austria and neighboring countries will transform the square in front of the basilica into a colorful market setting that invites visitors to stroll around.
From everyday ceramics to garden ceramics and art objects made of clay, the craftsmen will once again offer a wide range of creative products.
Austrian Pottery Market in Gmunden
27. - 29. August 2021
The pottery highlight in Gmunden from 27 to 29 August 2021. After 32 years of existence, the Austrian Pottery Market is still as well attended as ever due to its diversity and high quality. Moreover, it is one of the best ceramics markets in Europe: ceramic artists from all European countries unite here this weekend to present traditional and new things made of clay. The most diverse techniques, decorations and styles of this craft will delight the public anew. This year, too, new workshops will present themselves, says Eva Fürtbauer, who is responsible for the market. The pottery market is not only a good opportunity for visitors and lovers of ceramic art to get a good overview of the European ceramic scene - there is certainly something for everyone!
As every year, admission to the pottery market is free!
More information - only in German available
The essence of nature
They smell, they tingle, they surprise, they enchant…in short they taste uniquely just like the region – the fine distillates of the award-winning distillery Primushäusl. Thirty fine brandies are waiting to be tasted and if you have had enough of them, you can try the homemade gin, whisky or rum.
Original Alpine Couture
The only place in Austria where silk fabrics for Dirndl & Co. are still hand printed can be found in Ausseerland. On the mostly pure silk twill wood or metal models are used to create colourful designs that cannot be found anywhere else. The colours of the season meet traditional patterns and vice versa. A must for trendsetters and costume enthusiasts.
A fishy delight from Fuschlsee
The finely smoked char, brown and salmon trout from the Fuschlsee are widely known and are always worth a visit. Those who don't dine in the elegant restaurant of Schloss Fuschl can try the daily fresh fish directly at the shore in the traditional Schloss-Fischerei. The famous smoked delicacies can also be bought there - packed in travel-ready packaging.
[Translate to Englisch:]
wir haben zu unserer Videoreihe "Wir präsentieren..." Eva Schneider von Eva's Parlinen besucht. Wir hatten die Möglichkeit uns ihr süßes Reich etwas genauer anzusehen.
Regionalität wird bei Eva groß geschrieben, deshalb holt Sie sich Produkte wie Gin, Wiskey, Eier, Butter aus dem Salzkammergut und SalzburgerLand.
Was Eva in ihrem Küchenparadies alles zubauert sehen Sie im Video. Reinschauen lohnt sich!
Works of art
Art comes from ability they say so easily. That that’s true is something you can convince yourself of at Hand.Werk.Haus in Bad Goisern. In the airy, modern converted Neuwildstein castle in the centre of the town everything revolves around masterpieces from the area. Whether it’s loden shoes, horn-rimmed glasses or architecture. The tradition of craftsmanship is long, the skills are rich, the variations are great and the demands - as always – are extremely high. In Goisern you'll find the right insight.
Coffee and gossip
They have beautiful name such as „Dreiklang“, „Goiserer Blume“ or „Ischler Melange“. There is talk of the fair coffee rarities of the coffee roasting house Hrovat based in Bad Ischl. You can find them in the concept store of the same name at Kreuzplatz. The committed pharmacist couple roasts their carefully selected coffees in an old Renaissance vault at the foot of the Pötschenpass itself. Over a wood fire - for which the coffee beans thank you with their unique aroma.
All about ceramics
Rarely does one relax the mind as well as in the middle of the creative process. All the better if you make your own unique piece in one of the most traditional handicraft manufactures in the Salzkammergut. At the workshop of Gmundner Keramik you learn from proven knowledge and in a fun way not only expand your horizon but also your cupboard with new masterpieces. With fresh clay, brushes, a colour palette and a little bit of professional help at hand nothing can go wrong. Only 3 weeks later your creation - a living piece of tradition - is delivered to your home. Those who want to take the course with family or friends can be sure that it will be a memorable experience.
A world of art
Not everything of inestimable value has to be made of gold. The reflection of sunrays on rippling waters can be enough to awaken the spark of inspiration. This is what the great master of Austrian Art Nouveau, Gustav Klimt, must have experienced when he observed the shores and hills of his beloved summer destination Attersee in the years between 1900 and 1916. The exhibition “Florale Welten” in honour of the wold-famous artist in the Gusta-Klimt-Zentrum reminds us that this region is rich in masterpieces and art treasures that are just waiting to be discovered at the right moment.
A sweet masterpiece
The art of baking is in Antonia Wienerroither’s blood. After all, she is Austria’s youngest miller and successor in one of the oldest mills in Austria, the Erlachmühle. But next to wheat and rye her heart belongs to the patisserie. With passion she creates the most delicate delights from sugar, cinnamon and all kinds of the finest ingredients in an almost magical way. Just like she learned as an apprentice and then as Demi Chef Pati at the prestigious Hotel Sacher. You can find out more about her and the legendary wood-fired bread in their own bakery.