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Art By Vegans. Show to benefit Animal Advocacy Museum

Link to Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/568825239876476/?ref_dashboard_filter=calendar

Art. By Vegans.: Opening Night:: All are welcome!

Suggested donation is $5-$10. funds will be used to help cover expenses and to support the museum. Nobody will be turned away for lack of funds.

Show is produced in cooperation with EcoSuperhero:
http://ecosuperhero.com/ We ask participants to be an EcoSuperhero by bringing your own reusable plate, cup and utensils.

Live Music by VEGAN MUSICIANS: Fatmagic and Martha Liz!

VEGAN ARTISTS (alphabetized by first name): Allison Rae Chole Anderson Cole Moss Debbie Zeitman Emily Hu Jamie Perlman Jeff McDonald Marie Rains Michael Cavanaugh Nance Broderzen Randy Shields Sarah Jane Hardt Sylvia Schorn Veronique Nicole Perrot OPEN MIC

A unique show peeking into the creative world of vegan artists, musicians, visionaries and leaders to benefit the Animal Advocacy Museum. Vegans form a vast network across the Los Angeles area, and Art. By Vegans. samples a few of their very diverse, often surprising perspectives.

Art. By Vegans will be open to the public for viewing from March 22 until April 19, 2014. Closing party TBA.

Animal Advocacy Museum is a nonprofit art and information community created in 2013 to educate the public about the many important issues that surround the way animals are treated. The museum highlights issues such as puppy mills, animals used for fur, animals used in entertainment, animals used for testing, and animals used for food, although art of any subject matter is being considered for this show, as long as the artists are Vegan.

Location: The museum space is located at 280 S. Los Robles Ave. Pasadena, CA 91101. Please note that the museum is on the property of the Throop Unitarian Universalist Church. When approaching the Animal Advocacy sign inside the church parking lot, go to the left side of the building, up the stairs. You can park in the parking lot if space is available and there is also plenty of street parking.

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