Reduce, reuse & recycle– art supplies!
Joe’s garage provides a venue for exchanging art supplies where artists, craft-makers, do-it-yourselfers, teachers and others can bring in the materials they don’t need and take new-to-them materials that they can use.
Looking to pick up some cheap / free art supplies?
Looking to pass on materials that don’t quite do what you expected?
Come to Joe’s garage to swap supplies with other artists, puppeteers, craft-makers, teachers and people who feel crowded by the very materials they try to wrestle into creative meaning– or just really pretty pictures.
Bring art supplies and materials that you don’t need– and pass them on to someone who may find that it’s just the thing to finish a masterpiece. And search for your missing piece amid the treasures others have shared.
When: Saturday, December 8th. drop in anytime from 1 to 4 pm
Where: the garage at 2505 W. Hutchinson St in Chicago. That’s near Western Ave, between Montrose and Irving Park Rd. 5 minutes to the brown line/Rockwell stop. near busses #49/78/80 The garage opens into the alley south of Hutchinson St.
Cost: Free to attend the exchange. Most materials are free (for anyone who has brought in materials to exchange or who pledges to responsibly recycle or pass on materials when they are done with them) or pay $5 a bag (for people who haven’t brought in exchange materials or choose not to make a pledge).
We expect to swap: acrylic paint, clay, markers, canvas…. and whatever you choose to share! (Please don’t bring anything dangerous– and email before bringing anything huge–we’re trying to swap supplies, not store more.)
We know we’ll have: lumber, fabric, coroplast (that white plastic sheeting used for making signs– but this is all bright white and un-marred by political logos!), latex paint….
Early drop off (and maybe even pick-up) of materials is possible. Email Susan: ask ~at~ animaliaproject.org to set something up.
Registration is appreciated: http://joesartgarage.eventbrite.com/
authors: Susan Ask and Joe Mazza