Two weeks down and the market at MONA has been amazing. There have been so many people coming to enjoy the market, the music and produce available. The beanbags on the grass have been a huge hit with families and young hipsters alike, settling into an afternoon of music and good food, whilst leaving their shopping in the free fridge cloak room. I've eaten Asian omelettes full of crunchy vegetables, ice cream that makes you moan it's so good, incredible cheeses, crusty bread, cold pear cider and I think my children have eaten their body weight in Gillian's chocolates. Establishing a market is not without its teething problems, and we've still loads of work to do until the market finishes for the year at Easter to maintain the momentum. There are lots of more exciting things to look forward to over the coming weeks, new stallholders, new art installations and lots more delicious things to eat. I'm having a couple of weeks off selling jam, and will get back into it once school holidays are finished. In the meantime, Saturday was a good excuse to be a shopper, listen to Guy and Eliza's entertaining talk and take lots of pics. It's incredible to be working at Mona, and to be part of such an inspiring beast, we are very lucky to have it here in Tasmania.