And saving the best for last, thanks again to Yvette and Andy, owners of the 1906 mega-art space of San Antonio, for opening up their home and work space for our party!
Not only do they provide studio and gallery space for local and international artists, but they also run a frame shop, featuring local artisan goods, and run the nonprofit SMART (Supporting Multiple Arts Resources Together) dedicated to raising awareness of the developmental impact of the arts on our great city.
It was so fun working with them and to see their enthusiasm for uniting the art and craft communities of San Antonio–both very big and happening groups!
Thanks again to all who came out, and to Lisa and Stacy who both encouraged and helped me pull this thing together! We’ll definitely be getting our craft on again soon!
**Disclosure: I was not paid to put on this event or write this post. I did receive products from Michaels, Plaid Crafts, and Fiskars, as well as food and drink donations from The Lemonade Company and The Little Aussie Bakery and Cafe for the event. The Astrobright and Duck Tape sponsors were arranged by my co-hosts, Lisa and Stacy.**