Printmaking as Resistance
Exhibition + Zine Library
Printmaking as Resistance is a zine library and exhibition featuring local and regional artists who are reinforcing and redefining how printmaking is used as a vessel for resistance and activism today.
Throughout history, printmaking has been used as an accessible tool for communication, raising awareness about social issues and inspiring change. “Printmaking as Resistance” is a group exhibition featuring contemporary artists who are using posters, zines, and other print-based media as a conduit to inspire thought and provoke social activism.
Featuring prints by Julia Arredondo, April Bleakney, Liz Born, Celebrate People's History, Amirah Cunningham, Angela Davis Fegan, Eric J. Garcia, Terence Hammonds, Hoofprint Editions, Todd Irwin, Nicole Marroquin, Meshwork Press, Pat Perry, Kasey Ramirez, Aaron Regal, Corinne Teed, Breanne Trammell, and Tara Zanzig.
Also on view in our gallery will be A Moral Compass.
ON VIEW: Fri, October 18 – Sat, November 16, 2019
OPENING RECEPTION: Fri, October 18. 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm