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ArtSeed's Special Event on Earth Day April 20, 2013
March 25, 2013



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ArtSeed's Earth Day Art-a-thon
Saturday, April 20th, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The Thoreau Center for Sustainability, in the Presidio of San Francisco
 
Join the fun to support creative youngsters during ArtSeed's ten-hour art-making marathon. Come any time and stay as long as you wish. Collect pledges of sponsorship for every hour you create art or music to help ArtSeed serve more children. No matter your age or skill level, join us to work on your own projects or take advantage of expert guidance and supplies. Free parking, live music, nifty food, and participation in Skype connections to satellite Earth Day Art-a-thon events throughout the country. Great raffle gifts and prizes will be awarded.
 
Watch the Art-a-thon 2013 video!
 
REGISTER ONLINE with Razoo and join the Art-a-thon 2013 team. Please also download the  Art-a-thon Registration Packet PDF (which includes waiver form, pledge sheet and tips for finding sponsors). If you have trouble signing up please contact Trey at  trey@artseed.org or call his cell at 415-794-3456. **If you are under the age of 18, you must get permission from a parent or guardian before joining the Art-a-thon team. A signed waiver may be scanned and emailed to trey@artseed.org or faxed to 415-751-4442.**

Sponsor an  Art-a-thoner today!

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Directions to the Art-a-thon. For more information or volunteer opportunities call 415-409-1761 or email Art-a-thon coordinator trey@artseed.org
 
Everyone is welcome to the upcoming artist, volunteer and youth council Art-a-thon meetings at Rx Café (formerly Acre Café) near the ArtSeed office, in the Thoreau Center, in the Presidio  Click for Directions
Sunday, March 24, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday, April 14, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday (Set Up), April 19, 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.


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ArtSeed is funded in part by the Artists in Schools Program of the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Individual gifts and volunteer time from family and friends like you continue to be our base of support and are an essential part of our success - thank you!
ArtSeed's mission is to inspire and empower the young or underprivileged to realize their full potential and embrace diverse communities through participation in the arts. Our classes, apprenticeships and collaborative culminating events inspire a life-long love of learning, teaching and working creatively.




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