Wednesday, January 7, 2009

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Closing of Studio 889's Holiday Print Show
Studio 889 will end it's Holiday Show with a day viewing. There are still prints, bookmarks, tote bags and t-shirts available for sale!
10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, January 10
889 Hunts Point Avenue

The Holiday Print Show is Studio’s 889’s annual fundraising event and is an exhibition of hand-pulled prints by urban printmakers, resident artists, as well as prints contributed by community artists and selected artists who responded to an open call for printmakers. Submissions from as far as Seattle and California in the United States, and worldwide from Argentina, Australia, Scotland, and the Netherlands are coming into this Bronx printmaking studio!

Exhibiting Artists include: Alain Porher, Anna Myers, Autum Prater, Avery Elizabeth Miller, Bonnie Cook, Carlos Cazares, Caroline List, Christopher Staples, Craig Burkhalter, Daria Zapala, David Thomas, David Yearwood, Dawn Arkontaky, Deborah Sosawer, Diana Moll, Don Becktel, Edwige Bregen-Hopfner, Elaine Pessoa, Elizabeth Winchester, Estela Soler, Filipa Farraia, Gabriel Vieira, Gyoung sun Kim, Hilda Paz Levozan, Imogen Duthie, Jacqui Dunham, Jasmine Swisher, Jenn Erwin, Johannes Gerard, John Shlichta, Jose Romero, Judith Raphael, Julie Brown Smith, Keith Hatcher, Kim Koynock, Laura Cantor, Laura Lengyel, Lisa D. Archigian, Luciane Chio, Marcie Myrick, Margaret E. Graham, Maria Doering, Melanie Dunston, Nora Howard, Pamela Zwehl-Burke, Patricia Cheyne, Randolf Beers, Renee Johnson, Rosa Brugulat, Rosemarie Greco, Samantha Fonseca, Sandy Placido, Sara Jeanné Murphy, Sarah Piper, Savannah Martinez, Sharon Nakazato, Sheila Tintera, Simone Ellis, Stacie Clark, Tara O'Sullivan, Theodora Varnay Jones, Tom Shlichta, Wayne Henkel, and Yuji Hiratsuka.

A percentage of the proceeds from art sales will go to support Studio 889 in Hunts Point, a nonprofit visual arts gallery, workshop and classroom whose mission is to cultivate an artistic environment that encourages creative development, technical experimentation, and the exchange of ideas by providing arts in education, community and professional printmaking workshops.

For more information, contact:
Alejandra Delfin
Phone: 718-620-2824

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