Friday, April 10, 2009

handmade nation in the nation's capitol

even if you can't make it to the summit of awesome may 1-3 (really? you can't?), you can still benefit from the fun that is descending on dc that weekend. faythe levine's film handmade nation has been buzzing about in the craft hive for quite a while now. it is finally making a small tour of its country of inspiration and one stop on that trip is washington dc!

the premiere showing will take place on friday and viewing for the debut is limited to summit of awesome attendees. but if you aren't feeling awesome, you can still catch cinema d'craft before it moves on to the next town. the second screening is at 8:30pm in theater j at the washington dc jewish community center. $10 gets you a soft, cushy seat and perhaps even some popcorn to munch as you watch crafters from all over the country doing what they do best.

save your seat now! click it for tickets.


Trillian42 said...

It's such a bummer to me that all this awesomeness is going on at the same time as Maryland Sheep and Wool. I'd love to go, but I've got people coming in for S&W, and that's been planned for ages. :(

this chickadee said...

i know...i wish there was a way to be in both places at the same time. maybe next year we should combine them. the summit of awesome sheep and wool!

Melissa of {craftgasm} said...

I'm moving that weekend and am not likely to be able to go to the whole of the Awesomeness. I will hopefully be able to sneak in the screening, though. :)