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And pivot, Ceramics Sale NOW ONLINE! | With Love… Issue 10

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Online Ceramics Sale | Giving Forward | Spotlight on: Yelloh Joy Magazine | Last Classes in 2020 | A Gift from Our Neighbors

Online Ceramics Sale

Sale Starts Very Soon!

We’re sad we can’t bring you our Ceramics Sale in person this year. But don’t worry, you can still shop some of the best of the Ceramics Studio online! Purchase beautiful and usable pieces made by artists who are students, teachers and friends of RAC.

How to shop: Sale launches at 12:01am on Friday, December 4, 2020 (that’s tonight!); at this time the ‘Buy Now’ links will go live on our website, and we will start featuring one piece per hour on our Instagram Stories.

Preview the Ceramics Sale…

Giving Forward

City of Black and Brown Solidarity

So excited to have this new artwork available as a Thank You Gift. And in in the spirit of giving Richmond Art Center is paying forward 50% of the proceeds from this piece to the Richmond Emergency Food Pantry.

About the Work: This color screen print by Liberación Gráfica was created in the summer of 2020 in response to the Black Lives Matter Movement. City of Black and Brown Solidarity highlights Richmond as fertile ground for cross cultural solidarity and the ways we can fortify each other in the journey towards liberation. More about the piece…

Thank you Liberación Gráfica for contributing your work! Follow Liberación Gráfica on Instagram @liberacion_grafica.

Learn more…

Spotlight On

Arts and Crafts Hub Spotlight On: Yelloh Joy Magazine

Yelloh Joy Magazine was created by San Pablo-based writer and editor L Holley. Published four times a year, the magazine provides a digital and literary platform for women of color creatives. Holley writes, “The artistic flow of designers, writers, music-makers, entrepreneurs and innovators are the DNA of what makes our work so great.” See sample copies of the magazine online here.

Yelloh Joy Magazine is one of fifty artists and makers in our Online Arts and Crafts Hub for the Holiday Arts Festival.

Visit the Arts and Crafts Hub…

Our last classes in 2020…

But don’t worry, registration for Winter 2021 classes opens very soon. Stay tuned!

Ritual Objects

Curiosidades de México III : Pantuflas

A Gift from Our Neighbors

Did you know Richmond Public Library has free craft kits for adults? Call the library 510-620-6561 to make an appointment to pick one up (while supplies last!).

More info…

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