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AFH's Greatest Gifts On Earth 2013!

You are invited to spread the holiday cheer at Greatest Gifts On Earth, Artists For Humanity's holiday market and party!  All purchases support Artists For Humanity programs, employing and empowering over 250 Boston teens each year.

This event is FREE and OPEN to the public!
 

Activities include:
✼ Create fun art
✼ Shop till you drop with handmade gifts by our teen artists
✼ Decorate cookies/treats by Gourmet Caterers
✼ Have your picture taken in our winter wonderland photobooth
✼ Chat with the AFH teens about how they made this all happen!

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10th from 4pm-8pm
100 West 2nd Street, Boston, MA 02127
(5 minute walk from Broadway T Station)
http://www.afhboston.org/
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https://twitter.com/AFHBoston

INSTAGRAM:
http://instagram.com/artistsforhumanity#

Since 1991, Artists For Humanity has empowered and employed Boston teens in an intensive program of arts, creativity and enterprise. AFH partners youth with professional artists/designers to design, create and sell art products. With fully equipped, staffed studios in Painting/Murals, Sculpture/Industrial Design, Screen-Printing, Graphic Design, Motion Graphics, Photography, Web Design and Video, youth and mentors collaborate on creative projects, many specifically commissioned by clients. In the process, young artists develop entrepreneurial skills, and introduce audiences to their voice, vision and virtuosity. Artists For Humanity apprentices have produced fine art and creative products for Boston's largest firms and organizations.

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