Published by the Artist Closing Party / Pint 'n Print Night

 
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It's a party: celebrate the close of a successful Published by the Artist 2017 with a Pint 'n Print night hosted by curators Angela Conant and Grayson Cox. Grayson will be leading a silkscreen monoprinting demo, while Angela will teach us how to make stone rubbings. Organization-in-residence The Sunview Luncheonette will have zines available, and all remaining work in the exhibition is still for sale!

Free entry; Materials and beer provided.

Pint 'n Print is an occasion to get your hands inky and experiment with techniques in printmaking in our friendly exhibition space. Come make some art!

The Sunview Luncheonette is organization-in-residence for Published by the Artist 2017

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For this year's Published by the Artist benefit exhibition, in addition to donations of fine art editions, participating artists have been invited to create risograph editions in IPCNY’s new workshop space, as part of a collaboration with The Sunview Luncheonette. These editions will be available for sale during the exhibition.

About the organization:

"The Sunview Luncheonette is a storefront on pause; a member-based social club; a microvenue for art, poetics, regionalism, mutual aid, and commoning. The Luncheonette performs semi-public dinners, talks, work-shops, lectures, plays, reading groups, and musical interludes in a semi-private setting. It is resistant to traditional forms of commerce, commodification, and gentrification. It is above all, an “approach,” and least of all, an “outcome.” It is unknown. It is hopeful. It saves you a seat at the counter. "