Trash Mash-Up hits the East Coast

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Exciting news: Trash Mash-Up — the San Francisco-based organization that leads workshops on how to create art from trash — is coming to Brooklyn!

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TMU, run by sisters Bridget and Jessica McCracken, will be in town working with Women in Need, a local nonprofit that provides housing, skills training and other resources to homeless women and their families. Stay tuned for updates. You can follow both groups on Facebook here and here.

 

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One Response to “Trash Mash-Up hits the East Coast”

  1. TMU celebrates success and looks forward to 2012 « Trash Mash-Up Says:

    […] bloggers who featured TMU in 2011 like Green Halloween; Pacific Patch; EcoArtWare;  TreeHugger; Everyday Trash; and Urban Life/Cycle.  TMU’s own Bridget McCracken was interviewed by Don Sanchez from […]

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