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Friday, April 16, 2010

weekend plans :: Redress & Durham Artwalk


If you are looking for something to do this weekend to get you out of the house, there are two super-fabulous events taking place in the Triangle.


Redress Raleigh is an ecologically conscious and forward thinking fashion show that challenges designers to think about impact on the environment in the development of their concept. The focus of Redress Raleigh is to promote wearable eco-fashion, meaning fabrics and textiles that would be commonly found in clothing articles, rather than non-clothing items such as cardboard, paper, plastic, etc.

 Redress designer eco-chick's fabulous designs

This year’s show will be held on Saturday, April 17, 2010 from 7PM until 9PM at the Flander’s Art Gallery, 302 South West Street, Raleigh, North Carolina 27603.


Redress Raleigh 2010 Designers:
Jackie Almeter
Crystal Pickard
Nicole Falchi & Daniella Wartner
Lindsay Kay
Christy Michal
Katy Robb & Brittany Erb
Courtney Schaffer
Rima L’Amir
Allison Szatek
Grace McFarland
Keira Flood
Johanna Ely
Margo Scott
Visit the Redress Raleigh website for more info here

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The Durham Artwalk runs this Saturday and Sunday.
This is a unique downtown art tour featuring artwork by over 200 artists.



Durham Art Walk celebrates the creative energy of our local artists, arts organizations and downtown entrepreneurs by combining downtown spaces and businesses with local artists and performers in a unique showcase weekend. Unlike conventional studio tours, the Durham Art Walk places visual and performing artists in both traditional and unexpected sites throughout downtown Durham. Sites are within easy walking distance through newly renovated streetscapes and plazas.


Some of the 200 artists this weekend include:
Twig Studio
Molly Anderson
Richard Barlow Photography
Lisa Bartell
Rachel Bass Designs
Kathleen Batson
The Art of Freeman Beard
Curly Girl Stained Glass and Jewelry
Seven Major Daysies
Rachel Bowman
Ashley Brodie Jewelry
Vicky Brown
Rachel Campbell
Karen Casey Fused Glass Designs


Visit the Durham Artwalk website for more info here


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