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ArtHead Studio in the news

Hampshire Gazette article

This beautiful New England Fall weekend I am at the Paradise City Arts Festival in Northampton, MA. Chris Lindahl of the Hampshire Gazette wrote a great article about the show with a nice mention for ArtHead Studio.

Today is the last day of the show. Come to booth #938 and say hi.

Man Finds Fabergé Egg Worth $33 Million

Man Finds Fabergé Egg Worth $33 Million on His Kitchen Counter

Faberge Egg

My dream each time I go to flea markets, thrift shops & estate sales is to find that one gem. Imagine having a Fabergé Egg as part of the clutter on your kitchen counter for years and having no idea what it was?

Read more at http://bit.ly/1diNtB

Their Instruments May Be #Garbage, But t

Their Instruments May Be #Garbage, But the Music Will Bring Tears to Your Eyes | Mother Jones via @zainebmo http://bit.ly/1fON8nq #art

A little late to the party

We are a little late to the party, but we have finally joined Twitter and we are crossing our fingers hoping we will get at least 10 followers!  Yup, we have ambitious goals here at ArtHead Studio 🙂  Wanna make us feel good?  Follow us @ArtHeadStudio and tell all your friends.  If we get 25 followers we will pick one of the first 25 followers to receive a special gift from ArtHead Studio.  

ArtHead on Twitter

And over on Facebook, with a nudge from Suzanne Tanner of Tanner Glass, today we added a Shop Now tab so you see all that we have for sale in our Etsy shop.

ArtHead Facebook page

So let’s get social together.

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Half Empty? Half Full?

It’s the age-old question, is the glass half empty or half full?  We embarked on our fundraising effort for the Accelerated Cure Project back in January and we set a  hefty $5,000 goal for our team, Project ArtHead.

Project ArtHead -- Half way there!

We have watched the donations steadily tick up to the point where we are almost half way to our goal.  The Historic Hunt to Cure MS is about one week away and our hopes are high to achieve our goal.

We think the work that the Accelerated Cure Project does is so important and their philosophy of sharing data and information, we believe, is the key to ultimately finding a cure for MS.

Our glass is half full.  Will you help us fill it all the way to the top?

http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/jil/pleasegive/team

Kickin’ the crap out of MS

Project ArtHead: kickin' the crap out of M

It’s only three weeks until our team, Project ArtHead, will participate in the Historic Hunt to Cure MS-Boston.  We will be one of many teams spending the day scouring Boston and Cambridge to find answers to clues all to raise money for The Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple Sclerosis.

We are in the homestretch of our fundraising effort with only 3 weeks to raise $3,178 to reach our ambitious $5,000 goal! So many people have already been so generous in donating to our cause and we are so grateful for their support.  Will you help us achieve our goal this year?

Why Do We Make Fools of Ourselves Every Year?

We do it to support our friends and family with MS!

“I was diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting MS in 2006 when I was 41 years old. To say it was a shock would be an understatement, but at least it provided an explanation for a lot of the strange and painful symptoms I had been experiencing. Thankfully my disease course so far has been more remitting than relapsing and I am hopeful that the organizations and individuals supported by the Accelerated Cure Project will find a cure someday soon. “

–Deb Kracht

Where Does Your Money Go?

All donations go to the Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple Sclerosis* which is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to curing MS by determining its causes.

Their main effort is the creation of a large-scale, multidisciplinary MS Repository of blood samples and data from people with MS and matched controls. They make these samples available to researchers investigating the causes of MS and other demyelinating diseases. In exchange for access to the repository, researchers agree to return the data they generate from the samples so that results from disparate experiments can be combined.

* The Accelerated Cure Project is recognized as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization by the IRS.

How Can You Make A Donation?

You can donate online via our personal fundraising page at http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/jil/pleasegive/team.

Project ArtHead

Project ArtHead: Nancy Galluzzo, Kim LiPuma, Jil Lesko, Deb Kracht