Bill and Miriam Crawford's dining room. Photo: Will Brown

"WHAT YOU GOT TO SAY?"
ARTIST SALON & HANDS-ON WORKSHOP: Making art for social change!
with ERIC JOSELYN
February 3, 2007
10 AM - Noon
At PFP, 735 S. 50th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19143

FREE but limited spaces: you MUST RSVP: 215.726.1106

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Don't miss this hands-on workshop where you can create your own art for social change with artist/activist Eric Joselyn who has been creating powerful tools for social justice movements in Philadelphia for 20 years! Open to artists, activists, organizations and anyone who wants to make a statement about what is going on in the world. View inspiring examples of Joselyn's "What You Got To Say?" exhibition currently on display in our PFP gallery space - banners, t-shirts, buttons, posters, placards and props - countless examples of how ordinary folks got their message out. Join us to have fun and to make art and artifacts that will make a difference. FREE with all materials provided. LIMITED SPACE so please reserve your place: 215.726.1106 or roko@folkloreproject.org.