Saturday, December 11, 2010
Councilmember DeMaio Schedules December 14 Budget Town Hall at NTC Promenade Arts & Cultural District: Proposes Cuts to Arts FundingDear San Diego Arts and Culture Colleagues:
You may have heard about the proposal from San Diego City Councilmember Carl DeMaio to significantly cut arts and culture funding in his “Roadmap to Recovery.”
You can read about the cuts at Voice of San Diego (The proposed cuts to arts and culture come on page 37 of the Roadmap PDF.)
Councilmember DeMaio is holding a series of public Budget Town Halls to brief San Diegans on the Road to Recovery plan, answer questions and listen to their ideas.
A Town Hall is scheduled for Tuesday, December 14 from 6pm to 8pm at the NTC Command Center, 2640 Historic Decatur Road. The Command Center is in the heart of the city’s planned 26-building Civic, Arts and Cultural District at the former Naval Training Center.
Already 7 buildings are renovated and are home to over 40 Civic, Arts and Cultural organizations and artists - many of which will be impacted by the Councilmember’s proposed cuts.
Representatives from arts and cultural organizations are encouraged to attend the Forum and can RSVP at Roadmap to Recovery Facebook Page and click the "I'm Attending" button in the upper right corner.
In advance of the Town Hall, on Thursday, December 9 at 10 AM, These Days on KPBS will air a segment about this discussion. Dalouge Smith, CEO of San Diego Youth Symphony and outgoing Chair of San Diego Regional Arts & Culture Coalition, and Seema Sueko, Artistic Director of Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company, will be on air.
Please tune in (89.5 FM or www.kpbs.org ), and feel free to call in to join the conversation.
Alan Ziter, Executive Director
San Diego, CA 92106
619 573-9315 - phone
619 764-4995 - fax
www.NTCPromenade.com for the NTC Promenade Arts & Cultural District
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Saturday, December 4, 2010
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Inside your swag bags from our members are sparkly pencils from Velvet Klaw, silk card holders from Belle Pepper, puzzle piece hair clips from Meagan Rae Designs, skull and rose pinback buttons from Artista Muerta. Some of the bags contain extra special packets of craft supplies from Belle Pepper and Dancing Bear Indian Trader. Vendors that have contributed swag are Paloma Plane - pretty bags, pins and card holders, Clever Knits -coupons and one random bag includes a special class gift certificate, Tora Jewelry - lovely hand stamped bookmarks, Attic 802 - sparkly beaded bracelets, Papa Designs - sticker gift lables, Little Partridge - adorable bow hair clips, A Scrap of Time - beautiful hand made holidays cards, and valuable coupons from Acute Designs and TaBou Treasures.
Monday, November 22, 2010
Sunday, October 31, 2010
Friday Night Liberty
NTC Promenade at Liberty Station
Velvet Klaw Studio - Preview Opening
2690 Historic Decatur Rd. - Studio 203 (Barracks 19, upstairs)
5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday, October 9, 2010
This month we will be moving to our new location in the historic Barracks 19 Bldg. in the NTC Promenade! (2690 Historic Decatur Rd., Studio 203 - 92106)
Sugar Skull Making Workshop
Tuesday, October 26th - 7pm to 9pm
Class fee of $20 includes:
3 Sugar Skulls preformed
Colored Frosting, Sequins and other decorations
We will also have molds available for purchase so that you can make more sugar skulls at home!
(Sugar skulls are for decorative purposes only)
Monday, September 27, 2010
Be sure to visit www.SanDiegoSkateworld.com for their latest skate session schedule. They are OPEN for weekly sessions and available for birthday parties and special events. We'll see you out on the floor!
Monday, September 13, 2010
Eat For Skateworld - Pizza Fundraiser!
Joe's Pizza - 5583 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. - 92117
Do you like pizza? The Friends of Skateworld invite you to a Pizza Fundraiser at Joe's Pizza! Here's how it works; come to Joe's Pizza on Sat., Sept. 18th between 5 pm and 9 pm, order the pizza buffet and let them know that you are there to support Skateworld. All the proceeds will go to help save the rink! It's simple - and tasty!
Joe's pizza buffet features a variety of pizzas, salad bar, bread, pasta, soups, and dessert pizza! All for $10 per person! They also serve beer & mojitos!
Friday, September 3, 2010
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Teachers Annex Building located at the intersection of Park Blvd. and El Cajon Blvd. The grassy open area will serve as the Artwalk area, featuring visual artists of all mediums, as well as historic groups, community groups, the taste ticket will call, free parking and shuttle start. Be sure to stop by the North Park Craft Mafia booth! Members Meagan Rae Designs, Artista Muerta, and Velvet Klaw will all be there to represent! Live music, performances, and theater will be featured across the street at Swedenborg Hall. Some of the participating restaurants include Farmhouse Cafe, Monica's at the Park, Savory Deli, Muzita Abyssinian Bistro, Soltan Banoo, Pizza Gourmet Express, Twiggs, Garden of Eden Organics , Gulf Coast Grill, Pizzeria Bruno Napoletano, Eclipse Chocolat, Pizzeria Luigi, Pomegranate, Petrushka, and Apertivo.
Don’t forget to pick up a complimentary color program of the Taste and UHAO exhibits —including participating restaurants, artwork, and a walking/shuttle tour map. You can get one at the event at the information booths, or online at www.UHarts.org. Catch a free shuttle that will take you on your Taste and artist studio tour throughout the day. The cost for the Taste tickets is $15 in advance or $20 the day of event. This includes entry to raffles with prizes! The UH Arts Open is FREE! Bring your wallet, though, as you’re sure to find some great items to purchase! We hope to see you there!
When: September 12, 2010 , Noon - 5pm Where: Arts Open Artwalk & Taste ‘will call’ begins at the Teachers Annex Building: Park Blvd/El Cajon blvd. 4100 Normal Street San Diego, CA 92103 Reception: Friday, September 10th, 7-9pm Swedenborg Hall, 1531 Tyler Ave San Diego CA 92103 Contact: 619-508-4075 or visit www.UHarts.org
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Here's some of their upcoming events!
Friday, August 13, 2010
Saturday, August 14th 2010
@ the Linda Vista Rec. Center
6074 Levant St. - 92111
11 am - 7 pm
All Ages FREE event!
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Vendors will include:Linda Castagnola
Visual Craft Attack: a Raid on the Senses
Saturday, August 7th
3524 Adams Ave. - 92116
Noon - 5pm
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Come one, come ALL to our Support Skateworld Roller Rink RALLY!! Free admission and skate rental! Bring your signs and banners and skate with us inside the rink and out on the sidewalks. Be seen and be heard! Show your support for San Diego's ONLY remaining roller rink. Show the city council that you want Skateworld to stay! Don't let Donna Frye give the land to a developer. This is an historic building! Tell everyone you know & let's get everyone out there!
Send your letters in support of Skateworld to the entire City Council with one click!
Watch the news segment that aired on CW6!
Download the event flyer!
Help promote the event on Yelp!
Skateworld Support Rally!
6907 Linda Vista Rd., San Diego - 92111
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
6 pm - 9 pm
ALL Ages Welcome!
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
* Live musical entertainment.
* Shops open late, many offering refreshments and specials.
* Free trolley from 6 to 10pm, with convenient stops at main shopping areas (Juniper, Grape and Beech Sts.).
* Special offerings at South Park restaurants, coffee shops and taverns.
* Free parking at Christ United Presbyterian Church (30th between Elm and Fir), and Gala Foods (corner of Grape & Fern), plus plenty of street parking throughout the neighborhood.
Download the flyer for more info!
Craftabout at the Walkabout!
Saturday, July 17th 2010
In front of the Whistlestop Bar
2236 Fern St. - 92104
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Friday, July 9, 2010
Saturday, July 10th, 2010
Queen Bee's Art & Culture Center
3925 Ohio St. - 92104
3 pm - 7pm
Thursday, July 1, 2010
2010 Holiday Hit List Vendor Application-
December 5, 2010
3795 Utah St. - 92104
Noon - 6 pm
Monday, June 28, 2010
Skateworld has been an outstanding member of the Linda Vista community for nearly 35 years. This establishment attracts visitors from all over San Diego County and has made many positive contributions to the public. Skateworld hosts fundraisers for various causes, provides family-friendly activities, and employs many who would not find jobs elsewhere, such as teens with no previous work history. Businesses adjacent to the rink are also supported by Skateworld’s patrons. Many San Diegans, who remember skating there as children, now take their own families to Skateworld. Closing this rink would be a devastating loss for all of San Diego County.
Please join all of us who love Skateworld by voicing your support of the rink to the San Diego City Council. The community of Linda Vista is represented by 6th District Council Member Donna Frye. Her phone number- 619-236-6616; email- email@example.com. Tell Ms. Frye that you do not want to see Skateworld close! You can also show your support by signing our petition that will be presented to the City Council at a later date. There is no age limit – everyone is eligible to sign. You can sign the petition at Skateworld or at any NP Craft Mafia sponsored event. If you would like to help collect signatures, you can download a petition packet or sign the online petition! All help is appreciated! Also, don't forget to join the "Friends of Skateworld Roller Rink" group on Facebook & read the new Friends of Skateworld Roller Rink blog! Thanks for your support!
-- Teresa Salazar, NPCM Founding Member
aka Velvet Klaw #10*31, San Diego Roller Derby
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Belle Pepper Couture - “My focus is making colorful, fun and fashionable clothing and accessories for pets that are made in the USA, and high quality. I'm working on some different items. New designs that I have been thinking about for a while. New outfits, new fabric patterns for collars, and new fabrics for the fleece vests. Everyday I'm reminded by my sweetheart doggies, Belle, Pepper and Bambi. They always want to be dressed. So I'm always changing their accessories. I love looking at fabric design, color and textures, they give me lots of inspiration. Also, I like to see the current trends of fashion to be inspired to create cool new looks for doggies.”
Velvet Klaw - “I love to work in many different mediums, so I’m always trying something new. This year I have a new line of jewelry made from vintage flatware. I’ve also been working in digital collage and creating fun journals and notebooks and have recently returned my attention to millinery design, so you will see some hats in the fashion show! I love all things vintage and find inspiration from many sources including china, silverware, and textile patterns.”
Meagan Rae Designs - “My designs are fun, funky fashions and accessories inspired by re-inventing re-cycled items for an urban girlie style. New MR Designs include re-fashioned t-shirts paired with full cocktail skirts, accessorized by origami dangle earrings and recycled handbags. I am overwhelmed with inspiration in everything, all of the time. People around me, nature walks with my dog, Sex and the City re-runs, and vintage anything keeps my mind from ever stopping!!!! When I'm focused, the end product is very exciting!”
So, stop by Queen Bee's Art & Culture Center Thursday, June 24th and check this out! It's sure to be a fun time!
Thursday June 24th
7 pm - 9 pm
Queen Bee's Art & Culture Center
3925 Ohio St. - 92104
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Friday, June 18th 2010
7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
The Ruby Kitchen, upstairs lounge area
1263 University Ave., 92103
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Participating vendors will include; 39 Stars, Art by Brook, Belle Pepper Couture, Beth Mann Jewelry, BFF Scarves & More, Clover & Folly, Fragrances Naturally by Susan, Sasswatch, Shed Beads, Swiss Pillows, Velvet Klaw, Artworks byYasminto, & Zedena Designs!
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Sunday, Crafty Sunday Gift Bazaar
April 25, 2010
noon - 5 pm
3925 Ohio St. - 92104
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Listen, Taste, Touch & See - A St. Patrick's Evening Fair! March 13, 2010 4pm-9pm.
This will be a cozy indoor event in Anaheim that will be showcasing local crafters, artists, bakers, music and overall creative minds. We are super excited and hope you'll want to participate in this fun evening of handmade goods, eats, beats and treats!
Our warehouse isn't huge, therefore spacing is limited so if your products can be displayed on a smaller table than the normal 6ft x 3ft that would be great and allow for more possible vendors, if not we currently have room for the standard table.
Vendor participation is $35 dollars, this fee is DUE Thursday, 3/4/2010. If you are interested in participating or would like further information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your Name, Phone Number, Email Address, What you are selling ( In general. art, knit stuff, baked goods, your right arm, whatever ), and if you need a big or small set up.
Check out the Craft Fair Facebook! ---> http://www.facebook.com/ListenTasteTouchSee#%21/pages/Placentia-CA/Listen-Taste-Touch-See/325158390568?ref=ts
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Auntie Bubbles, Belle Pepper Couture*, Charlie Anne Breese, Dusty Cat Designs, Embellish Me, Flamingo Uprising, Holiday Earrings, Little Island Company, Meagan Rae Designs*, Milk & Eggs Co., Sipin Style, Splendid Peony, Two Poodle Press, Velvet Klaw*, Zabana Essentials, & Zedena Designs.
* Craft Mafia member
Sunday, Crafty Sunday Gift Bazaar- Valentine's!
Queen Bee's Art & Culture Center
3925 Ohio St. (at University Ave.) - 92104
12 noon - 5 pm