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Friday, June 05, 2009

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Craft Lake City Calls for Entries from Artists and Crafters
SLUG Magazine will host alternative arts festival on August 8, 2009


SALT LAKE CITY, Friday, May 8, 2009 – SLUG Magazine is looking for crafters and artisans to vend at an upcoming craft fair. An application is available at www.craftlakecity.com . Submissions will be evaluated by a team of judges and select artists will be invited to host vendor booths at the alternative arts festival. Due to popular demand the deadline for entries has been extended to June 12, 2009.

Craft Lake City will be held for the first time on Saturday, August 8, 2009 from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Gallivan Center in downtown Salt Lake City. The event is free and open to the public.

“Whether you are head of your homemaking night or an emerging artist, Craft Lake City is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in the local handmade community,” says Angela Brown, SLUG Magazine editor and Craft Lake City organizer.

Craft Lake City is an outdoor alternative arts festival that will showcase more than 50 vendors specializing in handmade goods. Affordably priced items like silk screened posters, progressive crafts, reconstructed clothing, knitted items and jewellery will be available. Entertainment will be provided throughout the day and will include craft demonstrations, street performers and musical acts. Craft Lake City is modelled after alternative national craft festivals like the Renegade Craft Fair and the Bazaar Bizarre . The event is sponsored by the Gallivan Center and hosted by SLUG Magazine. More information is available at www.craftlakecity.com .

Congratulations Bree! Another fun challenge! I'll have to go and dig into my old pictures to find a good one. :)

First congratulations for a fun challenge, love to play with old photos! :)

and here's mine page with me at two in 1972... mygosh... the last century!! (lol)

http://stitchesandothers.blogspot.com/2009/06/my-tiny-dancer.html

posted at two peas too, thanks for looking!

What a great challenge! Amazing motivation for getting those pictures out of the conventional shoe box. Love Shannon's LO, very very cool inspiration!

Here's the link:

http://dascrapster.blogspot.com/2009/06/american-crafts-challenge-retro-pic.html

Fun, fun fun!

The names have been withheld to protect the innocent!

Thanks for the great idea and inspiration. I love to check out what everyone does -- it is so cool to see all the different styles. At some point I really need to figure out a better way to photograph my layouts.

http://karenjansen.blogspot.com/2009/06/american-crafts-challenge-retro-picture.html

My husband and I at our 1987 wedding, full of mullets, high hair and poofy bows.
I was sad I wasn't photographed with my satin/lace elbow gloves. Darnit! ;)

http://jodywenke.blogspot.com/

This is such a cool challenge!! i did a page about my late grandpa...
http://filiksia.blogspot.com/2009/06/to-my-beloved-grandpa.html

filiksia@hotmail.com

Hi ladies! Thank you so much for this fun challenge..!

It was irresistible to try out my new American Crafts stuff!! So, here's my take:

http://justperspective.blogspot.com/2009/06/american-crafts-teen-week-challenge.html

Have a wonderful day!

Here's my participation for this week. It was fun to dig into my souvenirs from the 70's for this one.

http://famille1999.typepad.com/colle_papier_ciseaux/2009/06/another-one-for-the-american-crafts-blog.html

This was SO much fun to dig through my childhood photos! Here is my take on the challenge....

http://scrapbookbakery.blogspot.com/2009/06/another-american-crafts-challenge.html

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