So I’ve been on a slight hiatus due to a career change that has made the past few weeks…interesting, but that is most definetly not Tulsa Project worthy.
What is, in my most humble opinion, is the first Alliday Show this weekend. Alliday is the brainchild of Briana Hefley-Shepard and April Snodgrass, both local crafters and collaborators of SheezKrafty. Now that summer has set in with Mother’s Day and Father’s Day behind us, and Christmas way too far off to even think about, there seems to be no hope for lovers of holidays, or so it would seem. The whole idea of Alliday is that every day can be a holiday, which is enough of a reason for me to celebrate!
In the Ford Truck Exhibit Hall at the Tulsa Fairgrounds on Saturday, these lovely lades are bringing 50+ artists and crafters together for a full day (9-5). They have assembled an…eclectic variety of wares for you to shop, all listed on the Alliday site, some of whom you can see a little more closely at the blog.
Honestly, whether you’re in need of a gift, know someone who could use a little pick me up, need to treat yourself, or just have a little free time, you should make your way to Alliday and show local artists and crafters some love Saturday.
Do you know an artist or an art event you’d like to see on the Tulsa Project? Email me, thom[at]maketulsa[dot]com, I’d love to hear from you.