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Spudnik Press Cooperative

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Spudnik Press Cooperative
1821 W. Hubbard, Suite 302
Chicago, IL 60622
Venue Type: Alternative Space

north side

July 25th - August 12th Push & Pull: Steamroller Spectacular
Heather Anderson, Christine Bespalec-Davis, Liz Born, Jessica Caponigro, Salome Chasnoff, Julie Cowan, Miguel Delgado, Elise Forer, Susannah Hera, Leonor Gallardo Hevia, Gabe Hoare, Hannah Ireland, Megan Klawitter, Alex Kostiw, Amara Leipzig, Jaime Lockard, Erin Maresko, Lissette Martinez, Judith Mayer, Luthando W. Mazibuko, Margaret McGill, Gaila Mercado, Katie Moncton, Nadine Nakanishi, Emily Nie, Meela Paloma, Angelika Piwowarczyk, Maggie Piwowarczyk, Marilyn Propp, Pete Rangel, Jennifer Rich, Rogelio Rosiles, Nicolette Ross, Mary Serbe, Tabor Shiles, Gloria Talamante, Erika Valenciana, Erika Vazzana, Steve Vidal, Liz Walker, Caroline Walp, Tara Zanzig
Angee Lennard, Founder and Director
Open Studio and Gallery: Mondays/Thursdays 6:30-11pm, Saturdays 12:30-5:00pm. Gallery also by appointment
(312) 563-0302
Gallery - free. Studio use varies. Please visit our website for complete details
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Founded on the premise that art should be a democratic and empowering medium, Spudnik Press Cooperative is committed to being an approachable and affordable print shop; a space where professional printmakers merge with aspiring students; a space that encourages collaboration and the sharing of ideas.

At Spudnik Press, artists create and use printed materials to further culture and engage with their community. Through sharing materials, equipment, and studio space, artists are also sharing technical skills, practical knowledge, and creative processes. By pooling resources and creative problem solving, artists at Spudnik Press are able to create a space that is beyond the means of solo emerging artists.

By extending our programming to include exhibitions, classes, free workshops, and drawing groups, we are able to reach beyond the print community and engage with the community as a whole.

Established in 2007

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