The annual "Lunzer Webermarkt" (weaving market) is back

The 23rd Weavers' Market will open on Friday, August 6th, 2021 at 5 pm.

Artisans from near and far will fill the hall with exclusively handmade unique items. Hand-woven-felted-spun-dyed-printed will be presented and sold there by the craftsmen.

The Lunz festival hall as a new event location

The gym of the middle school Lunz am See will be adapted as a festival hall in summer and thus serve as a weatherproof alternative for the Lunzer Seebühne. The large, airy hall gives the exhibitors the necessary space to present their works of art and offers curious visitors enough space to look at the unique pieces of the approximately 20 artisans and to have one or the other conversation.

International exhibitors bring something new

Kevin Brown, a native of Scotland, learned to know and love the craft of weaving in his homeland. After his education at the only weaving school in Austria, Kevin Brown settled in Carinthia and works in his adopted country as one of the very few full-time hand weavers in Austria. Look forward to precious fabrics and unique patterns, specially developed by Kevin Brown himself.

Museum opening in the course of the market

If the special situation allows it, the Hammerherren Museum and the Handwork Museum in the Amonhaus in Lunz will be open during the weaving market. In the handicraft museum this year is "Everything Lace". More information is available at the market on site.

Krapfenkirtag in the schoolyard

On Sunday - August 8th, the traditional Krapfenkirtag will take place in the schoolyard of the middle school from 10:00 am.

TIP: From 07th of August the needlework museum is finally open again! The exhibition "Simply Lace" is like its title very impressive and absolutely worth seeing!