the shop has been updated with all kinds of pouch madness as well as hoodies, glass magnets, paintings, soft sculptures and more.
“musical chairs” is up for three final days: check it out online or in SF before it disappears: http://www.gr-sf.com/artshows.php
the kokeshi show at subtext in san diego comes down soon as well.
i’m in a group show this saturday, dec 1st in culver city, ca at project titled “wishful thinking”, a benefit show for the make a wish foundation curated by beau basse featuring three new owl paintings and drawings by me.
musical chairs artwork is now online for view and sale! http://www.gr-sf.com/artshows.php
this SUNDAY, november 18th is felt club XL, the crafty shopping extravaganza organized by the fabulous jenny ryan. this year’s event is outdoors and held in conjunction with make magazine’s mini-maker faire (think: a quirky science fair and rube goldberg expo)
11am-6pm at the LACC, 855 N. Vermont Ave., LA CA 90029
tickets are half off if purchased in advance at one of these locations.
children under 12 are admitted to the event for free.
http://www.feltclub.com has all the info you’ll need to attend.
i’ll be heading up to san francisco for the installation and reception of my san francisco solo show “musical chairs” at gr-sf. please join me for the reception: saturday, november 10th at 618 shrader st. from 6:30-10pm
information from GR-SF:
Giant Robot is proud to present Musical Chairs, an art show featuring the work of Susie Ghahremani.
hope to see you there!
and even sooner, here in san diego this saturday, november 3rd is the opening of the kokeshi show at subtext: on beech one block west of india st. in little italy.
i’ve gotten so many emails and messages from everybody, thank you so much for thinking of me out here in san diego — i am fine as are my friends and family right now in regards to the wildfires currently raging in our city. it’s scary and it’s smoky, but we’re safe and helping out our fellow san diegans as best we can.
a lot of domestic animals and wildlife have been displaced and injured during the fires, so if you’d like to help out, there are a few different places that could really use the funds:
the red cross has been organizing a lot of excellent relief efforts in the area for families.
if you can’t make a monetary donation, consider using the search engine goodsearch to search the internet — a penny goes to the non-profit of your choice everytime you search (and there is no limit to how many searches you can do a day) and if we all do it, it can really add up. (don’t forget to select your default non-profit before searching — project wildlife is who i goodsearch for)
thanks everyone and be safe.
susie / boygirlparty.com