Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Crafty Style Gala at Craft Congress in San Francisco!

Crafty Style Gala at Craft Congress!

Come out and visit me and my partner in crime, Krissi at the Crafty Gala this Saturday. We will be giving tutorials on Matchbox shrines and we will be reppin and utilizing Crafty Chica's new product line. Be the first, to sift your fingers through her glittery goodness! Trust me, it is all muey bueno!

See you Saturday!

Craft Con and Pandora's Trunk present
Saturday, April 5 8-11:30pm

Crafty Style Gala

Urban Art Farm SF
1345A 17th St @ Connecticut (MUNI 19/22/T)

Live Music - Cake and Sake - Live Art
$4 formalwear or costume / $7 general admission

Live art and fashion construction by Onerary and Architect G from Pandora’s Trunk

Magical realist paintings by Alfonso Kellenberger

Live ambient soundscapes quartet with Mika Pontecorvo
electric cello, guitar/flute, electronics/percussion and drums

Photobooth (play dress-up)

DIY craft station (make yer own souvenirs with Yoli from Sacred Snatch Designs!)

Food and drink

Meet n Greet indie artists from nationwide: Savvy indie artists and artisans from all over the country are visiting in town to attend Craft Con,, a business development conference for the craft community. The Crafty Style Gala is an opportunity for San Francisco's unique local arts scene to meet the nationwide leaders of the recent craft resurgence and show them what is unique about our culture!


BellaKarma said...

Yoli ~
I am so happy for you! I've been "following" you for several years on Myspace --- and it's so cool when I see "established" artists adding Sacred Snatch to their Top Friends. I love your art, and am thrilled to see so many others do too!

Funky Art Queen said...

Hey Yoli,
what does "Indie" artists mean? I saw something last night...on etsy some kind of challenge but it was for Indie artists?

Sacred Snatch said...

I believe the word "Indie" is short for independent, but when used in the context of "Indie Crafts and or DIY, it just means, hip, urban, edgy.

"Not yo gremma type of crafts"

If anyone wants to add to this, feel free.

Sandra Evertson said...

The teddy bear you have created from the little pajama is Fabulous! Genius!
Sandra Evertson