Firebelly Holiday Art Market (Chicago, IL)

Firebelly Holiday Art Market : Saturday, December 15, 2007, 11am–5pm

2701 W Thomas, 2nd Floor, Chicago IL 60622
located on the Southwest corner of Thomas St and Washtenaw Ave in Humboldt Park
near CTA Bus: 70 Division or 49 Western

contact: Antonio Garcia, 773-489-3200

cost: Admission is free

Come to the FB Holiday Art Market from 11-5 on Saturday, December 15th and see what the Firebelly family makes in its free time: original + affordable art, prints, posters, journals, cards, t-shirts, plush toys, clothing, accessories, food + more…..including a whole wall devoted to 50 pieces of art under $50!

HANDMADE ONE OF A KIND GOODS FROM: Firebelly Design / Art School Girl / Good Night TV / Delicious Design League / Qylaar / Katie Hates Couture / Rick Valicenti / Nako Design / Will Miller + Nick Santore / Valicenti Vittles / Jeanie Kirk’s Cooking / Sun Young Park / Ilsa Flanagan / Its A Tie / The Bungaloo / Spike Press / Anne Benjamin / Esther Ramirez / Brian Kelly (dj)

* 50% of all sales will be donated to the 2007 Firebelly Design Grantee, The Illinois Safe Schools Alliance.


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