Shop at ARTogether

The ARTogether shop brings together pieces made by local artists as well as our participants and teachers. Shop one-of-a-kind, handcrafted products, and support refugee and immigrant artists as well as ARTogether programs.

We offer free shipping and handling! While all sales are final, damaged or defective items may be returned within 10 days of receiving merchandise.

Want to know more? Get in touch with us at shop@projectartogether.org

 
 
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Unique Handmade Embroidered Jewelry Collection

By Negar Asef

Negar is an Iranian artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She obtained her bachelor's degree in Clinical Psychology and Interior Design. She has produced many programs including puppet shows, painting, writing, woodworking, and handcraft workshops for NGO's that work with children.

Negar runs her own furniture refinishing business and facilitates ARTogether’s Women’s Craft Circle. This collection of jewelry is unique, handmade and offers at ARTogether’s shop for the first time.

*All benefits goes to the artist and to support ARTogether programs.

 
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Handmade Kitchen Craft

By Somaieh Amini

Somaieh Amini received her BA in painting from Al-Zahra University in Tehran, Iran and her master’s from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. She has an extensive portfolio covering a wide variety of mediums, focusing on oil and canvas. Somaieh facilitates oil painting and expressive art workshops at ARTogether and has special place in her heart for crafts.

*All benefits goes to the artist and to support ARTogether programs.

 
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The Trapped; A Photo Series

By Farnaz Tasbighgoo

Farnaz Tasbihgoo is an Iranian-American photographer based in Oakland, CA. Her first involvement with a camera was when she was 11 years old. In her fine art works, she tries to covey a quiet motionlessness of emotion with a connection to her culture and surroundings. She tries to find the line between darkness and light, with photographs full of stories and symbolism she addresses social issues and focuses on her gender and identity of her past and present as an Iranian woman living out of Iran.

In this photo series, “The Trapped” she captures the struggle between her and her feelings, between breaking that wall to become free and staying where she used to be.

*All benefits goes to the artist and to support ARTogether programs.