Art for Change 2014

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Art for Change 2014

Art prints, clothing, housewares, jewelry, purses, knit goods, and more! 

Art For Change 2014
Saturday, November 1st
Masada Restaurant
2206 N. California Ave.
Event will be wheelchair accessible. 

Proceeds from Art for Change will benefit Crossroads Fund, a public foundation that supports grassroots groups working for racial, social, and economic justice in Chicago. 

If you are an artist or artisan interested in showcasing your work, please fill out this application and email to  

Art for Change Vendor Preview!

tableSOBU Artist Project: mosaic letters, furniture, fair trade tote bags & shirts 






Good Girl Ella: crocheted bags & accessories





necklaceLuDesigns Creations: silver jewelry, fiber art scarves, & accessories






Feral Pony & Mindfull Photography: art prints, notecards, & photography









Sandpiper Imports: handcrafted, fair trade jewelry, scarves, beaded cuffs, journals & frames





 As Time Goes By: jewelry & beaded home furnishings 





Whitney J Creations: mixed media collage, framed prints, & greeting cards







Betsy Carina Inspiring Art: pottery, necklaces, & Pysanky style eggs




Chicago Honey Co-op: Honey, beeswax candles, bath and body products





Chisiko Artistic Endeavors: Gift items made from recycled and repurposed materials






 Cherie Lockett: Ceramic pottery 





Gina Lambert: Jewelry handmade with beadweaving techniques, incorporating semi-precious stones and metal components






spoonsConcern America: Fairtrade items from Bangladesh, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico.






 Daniel Sanchez-Maravillas: Screen prints, lithography prints, ceramic sculptures and pottery









ceramicsNoah Singer Ceramics: Handmade ceramic pottery





 Sin Clarity Clothing: Clothing by local designer, Sarah Sands






paper pinwheel

Cubivino & 20K Films: Handmade flower pinwheels and paper wallets made from old calendars and maps by Cubivino. Hand-printed posters and dvds of "Proceed & Be Bold" a documentary on the letterpress printer, Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr.







 Tamara Turner: Functional ceramic pottery









Metal & Mayhem:Handmade upcycled jewelry