Monday, May 2, 2011
Art Meets Fashion on May 6!
You're invited to the NTC Promenade Arts & Cultural District for a FREE evening of happenings. On May 6th, Arts Meets Fashion, collaboration between local fashion designers & artists offers an outdoor dance performance at Legacy Plaza. Jean Isaacs San Diego Dance Theater presents a preview of New Voices with 2 sections from "Hunters Trilogy" and a cast of 10 dancers. Followed by a Fashion Show & Open Catwalk in the Rose Garden. See featured designer's fashions and then join in the action yourself! Show up wearing fashions from local designers, fill out a note card for the MC to read, and strut your stuff!
Be sure to stop by the Velvet Klaw Studios, located in Barracks 19, for a hands-on screen printing and t-shirt reconstruction demo! Bring a light colored t-shirt and print your own shirt to cut up, restyle and take home! Screen printing is a fun way to create your own fashions!
There will also be several crafty vendors who will be set up around the venue selling their wares. It's the perfect time to get some Mother's Day shopping done with lots of unique items available for purchase. Check 'em out - Attic 802, Hey Hot Stems, Little Pink Plum (Me!), Tabou Treasures, Tora Jewelry, Vee Y. Design, Wink Artisans, Zabana Essentials, & Zedena Designs.
Other happenings for the evening include: The Gilded Cage at fiveloaves twofish * Evolution Transformed at VISIONS ART Museum: Contemporary Quilts and Textiles * Wired at ARTS A Reason to Survive * Mannequin Project Exhibitions** at ARTS A Reason to Survive * Sophie's Gallery * Art Meets Fashion Artists Exhibition-Weiss Gallery @ Dance Place presented by Jean Isaacs SD Dance Theater * Jeans 4 Justice exhibit in the Martha Pace Swift Gallery * View works of art at seven different galleries * explore the resident artists' studios, dance studios and fitness studios, enjoy coffee and artisan chocolates at Chi Chocolate.
Friday, May 6th
5 pm - 8 pm
2640 Historic Decatur Road, SD, 92106
For more information call (619) 573-9260
Reprinted from the San Diego North Park Craft Mafia blog