The fifth annual Cheap Art Sale will host artists from across the city who will show and sell original works of art, and donate half or more of all the proceeds to Family and Friends of Incarcerated People.
Most art will be priced at $50 or less. The Cheap Art Sale is an opportunity for shoppers to purchase unique holiday gifts and one-of-a-kind items.
Participating artists include Mike Ferguson, Tom LeGro, Anthem Press, MbM designs, Ian Delaney Doherty, Nebsi Camacho, Liz Navarro, Lisa Marie Thalhammer, Alexandra Silverthorne, Arelle Hughes and Wayward Broad Studio. Artwork sold will include prints, photography, knitted wares, jewelry and more.
Family and Friends of Incarcerated People brings services to the children of the incarcerated and at-risk youth. They promote social, cultural and youth development as a way of avoiding intergenerational incarceration through various programs including a summer youth retreat, roller skating socials and field trips.
To find out more about Family and Friends of Incarcerated People check out their website: http://www.ffoip.org/
Or their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FFOIP
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