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Non-Profits Can Find Art Profitable.
Chicago wearable art company, Pistachios, is inviting non-profit organizations to use its gallery space.
“We started in 1993 and are coming up on our twentieth anniversary,”
Organizations interested in working with Pistachios may approach the company between now and October 15th. The event can be held anytime within the next year. “The up and coming holiday season is the perfect time to hold a cocktail party in appreciation of an organization’
For more information on how to request Pistachios as an event-space, please contact the company’s publicity firm at 702-409-1282 or call the store directly at 312-595-9437. Pistachios was established in 1993 in Chicago by sole owner, and art enthusiast, Yann Woolley. The goal was to promote contemporary handcrafted items to general public, creating a dedicated art savvy consumer base. The company hires artists from the United States, Canada, England, Germany, Swiss, Austria, Poland, and Greece. Ms. Woolley recently was awarded as one of the top fifty design retailers by the Jewelers' Circular Keystone (JCK), which is the jewelry industry's leading trade publication. Please request an EPK to read more about Ms. Woolley’s professional accomplishments, philanthropic efforts, and the missions and designers of Pistachios.