Every January, we're big fans of cleaning out our closets, dusting out the studio, and buckling down with some serious inspiration for the New Year. And lucky enough for all of us, so are a few Phoenix-based artists.
Come one, come all to the first Jackalope Flea. We've invited a dozen or so artists and collectives to clean out their supply closets and sell their goods in the Phoenix New Times parking lot on Saturday, January 12, from 9 a.m. to noon.
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On hand will be music selected and played by Jason Woodbury, editor of New Times music blog, Up on the Sun as well as refreshments, caffeine, and plenty of inspiration to kick off your next project.
Bring cash (a few vendors will take your credit/debit card), a few friends, and enough trunk space for some much-needed supplies.
Stay tuned to Jackalope Ranch for more details.
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