Wednesday, October 21, 2009


  • From Pat at Girls Gotta Run: Barefoot Books of Reston, Va., is donating * 100% of the proceeds* of all online sales until the end of October to GGRF. Books are such great gifts for any occasion, perhaps especially for children. And Barefoot Books has a truly wonderful selection.. Top that off with the fact that at virtually no additional cost, you can help us provide support for the hard working girls on our partner teams in Ethiopia and...... how can you go wrong? So, if you have any beloved children in your life, please take a moment before you forget to check out the Barefoot Books selection and place an order. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
  • Apron Show- Call for Entries- Deadline:12/04/09
    The Young Women’s Caucus is proud to present
    This exhibition will start in Hancock, MI. It will travel to St. Louis, MO and Denver, CO - spending a month on display in each city.
    Aprons are protective garments worn to keep clothing clean. Before the 1960’s, aprons were very popular for women to keep their “delicate” clothing from getting soiled. Aprons are also associated with women because of their “domestic, homemaker responsibilities”.
    How to Participate: Make an apron or alter an old one!
    Open to males and females, age 12 to 39.
    Open to all media.
    The apron should be mailed in a flat envelope, sized 11 ½” x 14 ½” or smaller.
    There is a $5 entry fee to defray shipping costs.
    If you want your piece returned, please include a SASE with sufficient posta...
  • Request for Proposals for Fleisher’s Teen Lounge, a drop in afterschool program held onsite for teens age 13-18. We are still collecting submissions for projects with the teens, as they are currently wrapping up with their current artist-in-residence and will be selecting from the first round of proposals soon.
  • InLiquid and Greensgrow Farms are once again looking forward to partnering for A Very Kensington Christmas. We hope you will join us! This holiday market of arts, crafts, natural goods, Christmas trees and more will be taking place on Saturday and Sunday, December 12 & 13, and Saturday and Sunday, December 19 & 20, 2009 from 1 pm until 6 pm.
    Holiday related activities, refreshments and fun will include a selected group of InLiquid artists (open to members and non members alike) selling their works to visitors. The sale is set to take place in a heated greenhouse at Greensgrow Farms, an urban farm and CSA at 2501 E. Cumberland Street, Philadelphia (click here for map and directions).
    Entries: Open to all artists who design and produce their own work.
    All items for sale must be priced at $199 or below. Because this is a holiday related event, items to sell ought to be gift oriented.
    Artists are required to submit 3-4 digital sample images of the work they intend to sell. Please note that due to limited space, all artists will be screened for participation.
    Please send us application and images for screening by November 20, 2009 if you are interested.
    Click here to download the participation form with full details.
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