Etsy seller Deetsy is selling off her adorable polymer clay robots to benefit Ann Arbor's 826 Michigan
literacy center. It's part of 826 Michigan's second annual Robot Art Fair
, which runs to Saturday with robot-themed activities and art for adults, kids and families.
polymer clay and found object sculpture by deetsy on Etsy
Chris writes, “Indianapolis has just launched a great new series of art installations intended to promote both art and literacy.”
I’m doing a Q&A and signing at Reno’s Grassroots Books — a local, indie store with an emphasis on affordable reading for all — this Friday, Aug 28 at 6:30PM — just a quick stop on the way to That Thing in the Desert. I hope you’ll come by and say hello!
The librarians of Vernon, Illinois want you for their summer reading program, and they’re not shy about it! (Thanks, Sharpchair64!)
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