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Make something everyday!

Make it fun, make it small enough that you can keep on no matter what January brings into your life.

A painting, a song, a photo, a poem, an illustrated word, a dance, a drawing, a painted rock, a story, a melody, a video, a needlework, a quilt square, a sculpture.Every day, one a day in January.

Saturday, February 10
Artists include:
Amy Bauer and Richard Hecht of Dreameco Crafts
Barb Noren
Penny Richards
Emily Sheets
Tilly Mouse
Laure Arnoff
Debbie Wubben
Katherine Skipper
Rebecca Shanzer
and More!

Invite your friends! There will be live music, dancing, light refreshments and lots of art to enjoy (plus some of it is on sale!)!

See you all there!

~Amy & Richard



Yesterday I saw public land become a crime scene. Hands handcuffed, they forced, the tall body, twisting arms, pushing head down, bending neck sideways, squashing and crunching bone density to sit small, fit into a vehicle: the backseat of their white car. How will this tall person sleep on a 1’-11 3⁄4” x 6’-3 5/16” white-jail bed?

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The Jailbeds project is happening right now all over LA. Organized by Justice LA Now to fight the LA jail expansion plan. Watch out for the art beds, they are being dropped off.

The pics above documents the one dropped in Santa Monica.

For more info and image on the beds go to JusticeLA’s pages on social media: