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Bringing people together through art in our neighborhoods. We are here to help you cultivate ideas for a project, help to reclaim space or simply for hands in helping to see your idea come to fruition and encourage greater connectivity through art.

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Latest Activity: Sep 20, 2012

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a peace of poetry for inner transition

Started by Sara Kali Sabine Stern Sep 20, 2012. 0 Replies

my best belief is the love that I am expressing itselfthe way that it can sometimes through silence sometimes through word sometimes by singinga song that I've heard 2012, Sarah Sterncreative…Continue

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Comment by Jaren Hoppe-Leonard on April 28, 2011 at 2:41pm

Hello!

 

I've been working with the local non-profit Allied Arts to start an art supply thrift store. We are trying to model it after other stores such as:

 

http://scrapaction.org/

http://www.scrap-sf.org/

and http://www.urbansource.bc.ca/

 

Right now we have a small space and permission to borrow bike trailers from Everybody Bikes so that we can pick up supplies.

 

If anyone would like to join the project there are numerous different things that need to be done: contacting donors, decorating the space, picking up supplies, writing a business plan and many others!

 

The profits from the store would benefit Allied Arts and the programs they provide our community with. The store would also provide our community with a great art and craft supply resource that removes trash from the waste stream! 

 

Please let me know you are interested in being involved!

 

Jaren

Comment by Forest Garden on September 1, 2010 at 4:26pm
Dust, A living art installation by
Local-Motion and you!

If you are 14 yrs of age or older, you are invited to
participate! One rehearsal Tues August 31st 7pm
...Please wear all white and bring a white sheet or
drop cloth.

If you are not able to participate,
come see our creation!

Dust will be presented at
Center for Expressive Arts
(1317 Commercial St Suite 201 – above Tivoli)
as part of the Bellingham Downtown Art Walk
Sept 3rd beginning at 6pm.

www.centerforexpressivearts.com or 360-671-5355
Please RSVP so that we have an idea of
how many people to prepare for, thank you!
 

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