Dawson City Music Fest
Yukon Girls Rock Camp — 4 DAYS LEFT!
4 DAYS LEFT
YUKON GIRLS ROCK needs $1000 more!!!
Help out however you can.
Donate – getcoolstuff – or Share!
[SUPPORT] Yukon Girls Rock Camp 2015 — Kickstarter
Yukon’s VERY FIRST Girls Rock Camp!
Girls (aged 8-15) will be out there making music, speaking their mind and feeling totally empowered. The Dawson City Music Festival Association is helping support the camp with instruments and they even get to play on stage at the music festival in July! I know this is going to become something big.
What better way to spend the summer [and winter] than with other cool chicks, creating revolutions and rebel grrls!?!
I wish I had something like this growing up.
Help out by donating or sharing this with your friends… it is an amazing, much-needed opportunity for Yukon girls.
Oh, and watch the video on Kickstarter~! So, so, so, wicked!
Volunteering: Winning in all Directions
6 pack rings, NORCAN, Beer, Cider, Food, Tunes. <3
Workin’ the Dawson City ArtMarket
This week is going to be a busy one. I’m going to have to make a whole lot more patches, necklaces and t-shirts for next Saturday, which is the Dawson City MUSIC FEST!!!!
Why? Because having a booth at the Dawson City ArtMarket went better than I expected! :]
HERE’S A BONUS: click the link above!! Search for a picture of my back and a flowery skirt setting up my first ever ArtMarket table! I shared it with Troy, this guy who makes SUPER-TRIPPY-SUPER-AWESOME screenprints ⇔
What do I sell, you ask?
I am currently lacking in photographic tools, but I will try to explain;
I am the ultimate recycler.
I scour the streets for cool rocks, forgotten toys, sticks, metal bits and whatever
I make jewelry, magnets, hair stuff and other various bits and bobs.
I thrift like a mad woman!
Cutting, Sewing, Ripping, Stitching. Dying. Tying. Spiking.
Until I make ugly, old or awkward clothing look WAY cooler than…
I AM ARISE-TO-TRASH. I’M GOING TO CHANGE THE WAY YOU THINK ABOUT JUNK
one cool trinket at a time.
It’s a lifestyle I’m selling. It’s being hyper-aware of your own necessities.
I don’t even care if you buy my art. Just be inspired.
– Do you need it? Do you, really?
– Is there a better source to get it from?
– What are you supporting? Do you agree with their views?
– How can you make a difference?
Surprisingly, there are people of all ages who appreciate what I am trying to do.
I am so thankful for that.
Be radical. Think for yourself. Cherish the earth. Don’t take more from it than you need.