It's really no news that crafting has become a very hot thing in Phoenix. I guess we could blame it on the need for indoor activities during the summer months. Regardless, it seems like everyone is knitting, sewing, hot glue gunning and glittering everything in sight.
If you happen to be one of these people (or if you happen to be like me and just want to buy the stuff), ASU Art Museum has got just the thing for ya.
It's called "Indie Chic @ 10th Street" and it's set to go down December 5th from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on 10th Street and Mill in Tempe. Now, I realize this is a ways off, but if you're interested in selling your stuff, read on, my friend.
Organizers are on the search for crafty folks in town who are wanting to peddle their jewelry, clothing, ceramics, wall art and whatever else your paws like to put together. You have to fill out an application (click here) and the deadline is November 5th.
And, by the way, I'm planning on making a huge dent in my holiday shopping at this event so, please, make sure your stuff is good.
"Indie Chic @ 10th Street" is on Saturday, December 5th from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; deadline for entries is Thursday, November 5th. Visit asuartmuseum.wordpress.com for more info.
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