Art for Change 2013 will be on December 14, 201312pm – 5pm  Co-Prosperity Sphere3219 S Morgan St.Event will be wheelchair accessible. Click here to find out more and get a preview of our vendors  Check out photos from our Art for Change 2012 Photo Booth by clicking on the photo below! Get your holiday shopping done early and support grassroots groups working for racial, social and economic justice! Enjoy snacks and live music while you shop from local artists and artisans. Buy art prints, clothing, housewares, jewelry, purses, knit goods and more! Check out a list of some of our vendors below!Sunday November 4, 2012 – 11am to 5pmHairpin Arts Center2800 N. Milwaukee Ave. Location is wheelchair accessible. Art for Change is still accepting vendor applications! For more information contact Rachel@crossroadsfund.orgArt for Change is co-sponsored by the Logan Square Chamber of Arts and Voice of the City.Art for Change Vendors: El Stitch y Bitch – This knitting circle will be selling embroidered bags and knit goods.    Good Girl Ella – Recycled and handmade bags and accessories.   As Time Goes By – Jewelry, specializing in vintage styles   Meandering Design – Clothing and accessories made of upcycled and vintage fabrics.   Originals by Linda – Hand-dyed Silk Scarves and Lavender Bags    Pat O’Neal – Lamps, lanterns  and luminaries, all made from hand made paper.    Rachel Wallis – Block printed cards and posters, as well as printed and handmade purses, aprons, napkins and more.  Sandpiper Imports – We are a fair trade focused small business that imports sterling silver jewelry and unique accessories hand-crafted by artisans in Bali.    Rebecca Garnache – Wire wrapped jewelry and collage.     Yollocalli Arts Reach – Youth-designed & created stickers, buttons and sketchbooks.   LuDesigns – Metalsmith and lapidary jewelry, beaded, leather and feather accessories.  Also, bobbies, bows and headbands, greeting cards and gift tags and leather cup holders.  Hands Together Artisans – Handmade, fair trade paper jewelry from Haiti.     Yarnies – Handmade plush dolls, comics, and key-chains.   Darcy Terrell – Small wooden wall mounted photographs with rustic detailing, wooden photograph jewelry, and more.   WE-ACTx Ineza Sewing Cooperative – WE-ACTx serves HIV positive genocide widows, rape survivor and orphans in Rwanda and is a model of care and international/local collaboration. WE-ACTx has organized its own in-house sewing and crafts cooperative, INEZA, to make dolls, clothing accessories (hand bags, computer sleeves, etc.) and other crafts for sale in the international market as an effort to develop a sustainable source of income for women on HIV treatment. Twine – Wool socks, earrings, lip balm, greeting cards, postcards, textiles, drawings, and small photos.   Jan Ruzich – Beaded jewelry and photography.    Artisans of Ghana – Fairly-traded items handcrafted in Ghana and neighboring West African countries, including  batik paintings on fabric, acrylic paintings, jewelry, handpainted greeting cards, and a number of handbags made from fabric scraps purchased from local seamstresses.   Feral Pony – Prints, framed art, tiny terrariums, and greeting cards.    ReVision Mosaic Letter & Furniture – Mosaic furniture and decorations made by Orr Academy High School students with support from the Youth and Empowerment Department of the American Friends Service Committee.  And more!