the Arts Education Council and the San Diego Museum of Art are hosting a fundraising private champagne tour of Symbiosis at Sparks Gallery on November 12. All interested sign up soon!
Looking ahead at the next ACSD Exhibition at Sparks Gallery in downtown San Diego: Material Obsessions / A Group Show opening May 27, 2017 6-9 with RSVP Grateful for inclusion in this great show!
Supporting our work with Compassion for African Villages, Zimbeat will perform on April 18 to celebrate Zimbabwe Independence Day, on SDSU campus, see flyer attached. Curtesy of Center for World Music in collaboration with SDSU School of Music & Dance
Ethical Metalsmiths next fun event will be a Trunk show at Terra Firma in Berkeley CA: Four Ethical Metalsmiths will show their amazing work for a one day event celebrating Terra Firma's recently opened Berkeley location, sales to benefit Ethical Metalsmiths! It promises to be a special and elegant event with a reception starting at [...]
Day 2 workshop video from the first days of the Mustard Seed Africa Project is available! Thanks to Jane Parsons @ HIFA for collaboration and workspace, and to Nico Abote for his video services. Click on the arrow for a long video of Day 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rx9JjqmnFtE
Finally the workshop video from the first days of the Mustard Seed Africa Project is available! Thanks to Jane Parsons @ HIFA for collaboration and workspace, and to Nico Abote for his video services. Click on the image for a long video of Day 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rayZQCvEfiA
Looking back at our Annual board meeting, Gala Event, Auction Fundraiser and finally the Panel Discussion on Traceability in the supply chain at the IAC Gold Conference, it was indeed a whirl wind of successes. Pictured here are new and continuing EM board members, EM members at large, the executive director of Alliance for Responsible [...]
Exciting news: At our Compassion for African Villages meeting last night we announced that, thanks to the recent receipt of a generous grant which raised our funds to the "starting point," we will be able to begin our capitol projects in the Village of Rundogo, Zimbabwe! This means THESE KIDS WILL HAVE A BETTER CHANCE TO REALIZE [...]
Things are moving "full steam ahead" for the Mustard Seed Africa's Rural to Ramp 2015 project! The director is traveling the globe for sponsorship and outreach, and the craft communities are lining up to participate, soon we will announce the events and dates of this project.