The Corner Store Gallery will open its doors on July 30 for a four-day pop-up featuring wares from a collective of local artisans and designers based in the Central West.
Gallery owner Madi Young said she is nervous about the event after the first pop-up was cancelled due to COVID-19.
"I will be standing at the door to supervise how many people will be in the store at one time," she said.
"People will also need to sign in before entering and we will provide hand sanitizer as well, hopefully the popup will run smoothly.
"We hope that people will be patient with us and if you are feeling sick or have flu-like symptoms to please stay at home."
Ms Young said she has set up the gallery as a boutique-like shop.
"I really like the ceramic wares, in particular Casie Scammell's work which is neutral stone ware pieces and Jo Ford's dishes which also has bees wax wraps as a lid," she said.
"There's also a demand for face masks and there will be some available by Jess Donovan who runs Oh Hello Henry which are made out of vintage fabrics."
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