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Here For A Moment, Gone In A Flash! Don’t Miss This Flash Sale at Central Art!

Central Art ***FLASH SALE!!!*** 9/3 - 9/15/2018 For 2 weeks ONLY, take 60% off the regular price for Canson 18"x24" pads!

 

***FLASH SALE!!!***

9/3 – 9/15/2018

For 2 weeks ONLY, take 60% off the regular price for Canson 18″x24″ pads!

Better hurry – this offer won’t be around for long.

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The Savings Are Heating Up During Central Art’s Sidewalk Sale!

Annual Sidewalk Sale July 13 14 Central Art Supply, Medford, Oregon

Central Art’s SIDEWALK SALE! Friday & Saturday, July 13 & 14, 2018

Beat the increasing summer heat during Central Art’s Annual Sidewalk Sale and find unbelievable deals on overstock, discontinued items and even storage and fixtures!

Who knows what remarkable treasures you’ll uncover?

Word on the street is that you won’t want to miss this sale event! VISIT CENTRAL ART!

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The Lie You’ve Been Told – LightGarden Glass Art

What’s the lie you’ve been told all your life? And it’s probably been told BY you TO you…”I’m not artistic!” I hear this all the time from people in class…and then they go on to tell me that they make exquisite quilts or are a master chef. Everyone is artistic in some way. Just because you don’t paint with a brush or can’t draw a straight line…(that’s what they make rulers for)…everyone can create something. First, you have to BELIEVE that you can!

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Inspiring Project Supports Artists and Art Education in LA « Side Street Projects

Founded in 1992 by Karen Atkinson and Joe Luttrell, Side Street Projects is a completely-mobile, artist-run nonprofit organization. Our mission is to give artists of all ages the ability and the means to support their creative endeavors. We teach artists how to roll up their sleeves and do things themselves with education programs that encourage self-reliance and creative problem solving in a contemporary art context.

Side Street Projects is part of a growing alternative practice of artists who operate outside the gallery system by working inside communities. We engage in “complex public negotiations” rather than object making. The artists who run Side Street Projects are alumni of CalArts and RISD who approach the organization as both “social enterprise” and “meta-public art,” drawing inspiration from artists like Rick Lowe and Mel Chin, and collaborative teams like Fallen Fruit or ®™ARK. Colleagues have referred to our mobile art

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Reader Contribution: Spring Cleaning Sale at the Bead Merchant

There’s still a great selection of sale items on the table, so we’ve decided to keep our “spring cleaning” sale going through the end of March. But now, the discount will be 50% off!

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Making Earth Paints

Sifting dried clay mixing with walnut oil grinding with glass muller mortar and pestel pigments