Friday, August 16, 2013

Craft & Ingenuity at Space 15 Twenty Tonight

Please join Craft in America in celebrating the Hand-Eye Supply Pop-up Institute for Craft & Ingenuity at their opening party tonight, Friday, August 16th. The party will run from 6:00-9:00 pm and will feature live letterpress demos by Tabletop Made, plus tunes provided by DJ Neil Schield of Origami Vinyl and free beers from PBR. It's going to be an awesome gathering of LA's craft community-- we'll hope to see you there! More info about tonight's event can be found here, but also be sure to check out the full list of fun stuff going on at Space 15 Twenty throughout the rest of the month.

Friday, August 9, 2013

Two Cool Craft Events This Weekend!

First check out Craft in America's Director Emily Zaiden speaking on a panel called Is Food Art? at the Los Angeles Central Library's Mark Taper Auditorium. The panel will run from 10:30 am-12:30 pm tomorrow, Saturday, August 10, and will feature an awesome lineup of speakers-- you can find more information about them and the event here!

Then, on Sunday, stop by the Study Center at 7:00 pm for The Window Concert Series: Pack Up Your Sorrows. More info on who's playing can be found here, and there are a ton of YouTube videos of past concerts to get you warmed up for Sunday's tunes. 

Friday, August 2, 2013

The Window Concert Series Returns!

Join us next Sunday, August 11th at 7pm at the Craft in America Center for an evening of original songs and eclectic covers. The UK's Dean Frances-Hawkesly (Grist/The Temple Cloud Country Club) has been writing dark country folk songs for over 30 years, and he will be performing with Terry de Castro (The Wedding Present/Craft in America House Band) for another installment of the Pack Up Your Sorrows Window Concert Series.  Terry and Dean will also be joined by Melinda Rice (Wild Up/Homesick Elephant/Craft in America House Band) on vocals and violin.

Everyone is invited and no RSVP is necessary-- just show up, sit down and listen in! You can get a sense of what concerts are like by checking out footage from past shows on YouTube.

Restricted metered parking is available in surrounding neighborhoods, and West Third Street valet parking is available at Orlando Street, in front of Magnolia Bakery. 

For more information, please feel free to get in touch with us by emailing or calling (323) 951-0610.