The talented and creative Alton Weekes tells HarlemGal Inc that a new artist supply store just opened up in Harlem on Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, between 124th and 125th Street right next to where the G Lounge and Bowling Alley used to be. The exact address is 2108 ACP Blvd.
“As an artist myself, it’s good to have a place within walking distance when you run out of paint, paper and glue,” said Weekes. We couldn’t agree more, Alton. Thanks for the tip and please…keep on making your beautiful hand-crafted stationary products! We love it!
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Alton Weekes, the talented designer and Harlem native, will be holding a special workshop…for FREE…May 6 at the Studio Museum Harlem, located at 144 West 125th Street, “offering participants the opportunity to create unique, hand-crafted greeting cards for Mother’s Day.” Weekes will offer tips and methods for designing stationery and hands-on assistance to participants of all skill levels.
If you are interested in attending this event, click here to RSVP!
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Feb 11, 2011 @ 13:46
The good people who work with
Alton Weekes New York have asked us to share information about their trunk show taking place this weekend in Harlem. The well-known and talented Alton Weekes will be available at Studio Museum Harlem, located at 144 West 125th Street, from February 12-13. The trunk show will offer guests and members of the Museum access to Alton Weekes where he will offer tips on stationary for every occasion.
The trunk show starts at noon both days and will end at 6 p.m. Click here for additional details.
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