Animals R Terrific (A.R.T.) Workshop:
“Building Compassion” Art Class & Lunch
Sunday, October 20th, 11:00am - 4:00pm
Mind Unwind Gallery & Studio
2206A California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
Participants of A.R.T. will learn fine art painting skills and will include an interactive learning session from local animal caretakers emphasizing a plant-based diet. An ‘animal product-free’ lunch and light snacks will be provided.
Participants is Limited of 12 students, ages 10 -15 (parents are invited to attend).
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register
Photography Exhibit and Benefit
Thursday, September 26th, 5pm - 8pm
'Small Comfort', pinhole photography by David Walega
From Hollywood Boulevard to the countryside of Nova Scotia, David has transported his wooden pinhole cameras to create fine art portraits and landscapes with this age-old technology.
Art for Animals Sake (AFAS) team with Wallflower and Avalon Glassworks to raise awareness for black cat adoption.
Wallflower Custom Framing
4735 42nd Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
'A Day in the Life 'Project: Photographs by Street Youth of their Animals 2012
Seattle homeless art exhibition articulates empathy for animals through photography, with exhibits at Peace for the Streets and Mind Unwind Gallery.
With a disposable camera and some guidance from mentors and professional photographers, the participants created photographs during an extended workshop conducted by Art for Animals’ Sake (AFAS). These images reveal the relationships, environments and the greater community the homeless and their allies share with animals. Homeless youth and young adults adopt puppies and kittens to supply surrogate love and a sense of family that is often absent on the street."Empowering youth to explore creative expression while building a more compassionate community."
This exhibition was proudly created in association with Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets and with participation of residents from Nickelsville, Seattle.
Media Coverage for 'A Day in the Life'
This special exhibit drew local media with primetime coverage on King5 Evening News and was featured in the West Seattle Herald and RealChange Newspaper. Media coverage and news here...
With generous help from local businesses and in-kind sponsors.
Lisa Ahlberg, Susannah Anderson, Jennifer Armentrout, Sara Bennett, Karen Cleveland, Treena Colby, Lindsay Conquest, Kelsey Duggar, Joline El-Hai, Karyn Jannsen, Jason Malone, Joyce Messier, Rita Morgan, Annie Marie Musselman, Mary Schile,Tony Tate, Ruth Ann Walega in memory of Chester Heuburger, Wayne Walega, Kris Weber, Claire Wilkinson
Thanks for all your hard work, guidance and in-kind donations:
CityArts, Lindsay Conquest, Teri Ensley of Furry Faces Foundation, Eileen de Guzman, Hands to Paws Animal Massage, Ish Ishmeal, Operation Sack Lunch, Elaine Simons, Seattle Animal Shelter (Kara Main-Hester, Ph.D.), Claire Wilkinson
"Empowering homeless youth to explore creative expression while building a more compassionate community."
Art for Animals’ Sake hosted a series of workshops to serve some of the most vulnerable members of our community - street youth and their animal companions. Street youth and young adultscaptured, through photography, the unique bond they share with their trusted animals.
In conjunction with Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets (PSKS), at the conclusion of this project, there was a Photography Exhibition, held on November 8th, as part of the Blitz Capitol Hill Arts Walk in Seattle. A partial portfolio is also available online.
Homeless youth and young adults adopt puppies and kittens to supply surrogate love and a sense of family that is often absent on the street. Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets (PSKS) provides support and services to Seattle area homeless youth and young adults. “Our committed efforts are targeted at providing stepping stones to transition youths from the streets to self-sufficiency and productive roles in community.
"Grapes for Animals' Sake Private Reserve" Party at Northwest Cellars Winery
June 16th, 2012
Northwest Cellars Winery
Northwest Cellars Winery joined with Corks & Canvases to introduce Art for Animals' Sake "Grapes for Animals' Sake Private Reserve" available through Northwest Cellars Winery.
On Saturday, June 16th, supporters of both AFAS and Old Dog Haven enjoyed an afternoon of wine tasting and painting. Participants came away with a beautiful painting and the satisfaction of knowing that they’ve contributed to a worthy cause.
'GiveBIG' and 'Reclamation' Art Exhibit 2012 both a Big Success!
Thanks to everyone who donated during GiveBIG Campaign. Your donation will be partially matched by Seattle Foundation Sponsors, making a larger impact, improving the lives of animals through our Education Programs.
Reclamation featured artists re-imagining and giving new life to paintings and objects which have been discarded.Click here for more information