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Friday, April 15, 2011

Photography for Japan


Alicia Block created a set of photographs for Japan Relief - She will be donating all proceeds to Red Cross.

What you can do?
Purchase a print -
Prices range from $17-$35

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Art Auction


Online art auction to help relief efforts in Japan organized by Meg Hunt and friends in Portland, OR. All donated items will be auctioned on EBAY with proceeds going to AmeriCares and tagged for Japan relief. (AmeriCares, a nonpartisan and nondenominational organization, uses 99% of its revenue on its charitable programs and is rated four stars on CharityNavigator.org)

What you can do?
Keep checking for exact auction date and preview art at http://artforjapanauctions.blogspot.com/

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

"Let the Sakura Bloom!"



Tetsuya Takenomata, an artist with friends and family in Japan’s most affected areas, is offering a beautiful new art print for charity. “Sakura” (or Cherry Blossom), is an 18″ x 24″ glow in the dark screenprint for $35. The proceeds will benefit the Red Cross’ relief efforts in Japan. Visit Etsy.

What you can Do?
Visit Etsy to purchase a print!
Check out other artist on Etsy too!

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

NYC We Are One


Sorry for the late notice, this event is happening today! (But if you miss it, keep checking http://nycweareone.org/ for other events in the future.)

What you can do?
Japan Earthquake and Nuclear Crisis Relief Exhibition
APRIL 11, 2011, Monday 2-9PM
Doors open at 2PM - Gallery 61, New York Institute of Technology, 16 West 61st. 11th Floor, New York, NY 10023 (entrance on 61st Street)
Sales and Reception at 5-9 PM
Artist Talk “Dialogue with Mariko Mori and Ingo G√ľnther” moderated by Reiko Tomii at 6-7:30PM

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Native American Artists for Japan



"Our mission is to unite and inspire fellow Native Artists to give back to our brothers and sisters abroad. Because Japan has been a big supporter of Native American arts, providing income to artists, it is out of our hearts as artists to raise funds for water, food, and basic necessities."

What you can do?
Bid on auction pieces from April 5th (one week) on Ebay
All funds support Red Cross

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Every Little Bird Helps



Inspired by the story of 1000 paper cranes, artist, Makiko Hastings, is making 1000 ceramic birds to sell for Japan Relief. This is an ongoing project to support the people she loves in her home nation of Japan.

What you can do?
Buy a bird: Only £3.50 each! There will be an additional fee for P&P