The Polygon Gallery Holiday Pop Up Shop

The Polygon Holiday Shop Pop-Up (Nov 24 to Dec 26)

The Polygon Gallery in the North Vancouver Shipyards District will be transforming its main floor retail space into a festive holiday experience and shopping destination. Returning this year from November 24 to December 26 is Little Mountain Shop’s Holiday Pop-Up, which features an all-Canadian lineup of mostly-local, women-led, BIPOC makers and creatives.

With dozens of vendors, The Holiday Pop-Up is the go-to destination for sustainably-minded products by local makers this holiday season.

“I am thrilled to be partnering with The Polygon again for our Holiday Pop-Up. Last year was successful beyond our expectations, despite the challenges that 2020 brought. At Little Mountain Shop we aim to create an inclusive space and support diverse local businesses. We value working with women-led BIPOC makers and creatives, and this season we have an amazing lineup of returning favourites and some new vendors I’m really looking forward to featuring at our pop-up.” – Natasha Neale, Founder, The Little Mountain Shop.

Meet the Makers: The Polygon Gallery x Little Mountain Shop 

The Polygon Gallery Holiday Pop Up Shop

On Thursdays from 4pm to 8pm, meet the makers from Little Mountain Shop at The Polygon Gallery. The weekly socials will highlight a local guest vendor, and customers will be able to enjoy music and festive drinks before taking in the Gallery’s solo exhibition by acclaimed Vancouver artist, Steven Shearer.

Here’s the schedule:

  • Studio Daisy (November 25)
    Flower and botanical arrangements that celebrate the timeless beauty, mystique and disarray of nature and the seasons with thoughtful artistry and design.
  • Wildbirds Atelier (December 2)
    Gold treasures to make you feel unique. All jewelry designed and created in Vancouver with a little touch of magic.
  •  DW Leatherworks (December 9)
    Handcrafting leather goods from start to finish without the use of any machines. Cut, stitched and burnished edges by hand in Vancouver.
  • Nanase Hanada (December 16)
    Ceramics crafted with both practicality and delicate beauty in mind, balancing fine art and applied arts.

The Polygon is a non-profit organization, and all Holiday Shop sales support its art and educational programming. For more information, visit:


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