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Artisan Craft Fair at Heart of Art Gallery in South L.A. ~ August 22nd

4:20 PM PDT on August 21, 2015



Saturday, August 22nd, 2015 2:00PM-8:00PM, FREE all day, all ages event! ALL are welcome! Come check out the awesome selection of hand crafted one of a kind pieces by talented women, trans and LGBTQ artistans and craftmakers.

With a varied selection of goods attendees will be delighted with a selection of baked vegan and gluten free treats, raspados, jewelry, dog toys, blown glass pipes and unique designer clothing! Outside of the gallery will be Record Truck and the LA Public Library's Library Shop on Wheels! LA Condom will also be in the house handing out condoms and talking about the services they provide to the community.

DJ Weaksauce will be spinning tunes throughout the day and live musical entertainment will be provided by Kim Tillman, A Polite Radical and Bear Knowledge.
Mingle with the great Heart of Art Gallery community, come check out the awesome space!


Andrea Lauryn Jewelry

Art by Gutherin
Clara Heart Apparel
Creations by Melissa Black
Curtsey Bows
Fashionable Familiars
FloFox Designs with Rita Bolla
Iris's Petite Bake Shoppe
LA Condom
The Library Truck
Mayra Plascencia Creations
Peacey Pipes
Phoenix Magyk
Record Truck
Street District Raspados
Additional information can be found on facebook regarding details of this event.
About Heart of Art Gallery: 
Heart of Art Gallery, located in South LA, is a safe space for women, trans, and LGBTQ performers, musicians and artists! We encourage free expression and authenticity and do not tolerate hate or discrimination in any form! Heart of Art Gallery was founded in 2012 by wives, activists and co-operators Kenia and artist Ms. 3. Heart of Art Gallery is located at 1907 Rodeo Rd. Los Angeles, CA 90018. For more information visit On FB and Instagram: Heart of Art Gallery

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