Over 50 vendors representing local contemporary crafting culture, including the Indy Craft Mafia and a new knitting graffitti crew, the Yarnburners, will offer their works in conjunction with the Independent Music + Arts Festival at the Harrison Center For the Arts, 1505 N. Delaware St., June 13, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. INDIEana Handicraft Exchange, Indianapolis' first and only contemporary urban craft fair, will be located in the Harrison gymnasium, Gallery 2 and The Underground, with handmade goods ranging from undergarments and custom vintage-inspired western wear to toys, silver jewelry and housewares. There will be an outdoor textiles art installation. This is a juried event and with free admission. There will be a raffle to support public school art programs and the Marion County Children's Guardians Home. For more information, go to www.IndieanaHandicraftExchange.com.