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Collaboration in the labor of love with prints

Printmaking Collaborative in the Heart of Jingletown

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Artery Press’s Printmaking Collaborative is NOW a printmaking space that encompasses a range of printmaking skills. We are a collaborative that conjoins the artistic arteries and energies through our work. Printmaking Collaborative is a unique environment as we attract printmakers and artists that promote respect and the love in labor of art. We help each other with being aware of current art events; collaborate with other venues to promote printmaking; and network with surrounding galleries and artists. Creative minds create empowerment and life. As a Printmaker in Artery Press’s Printmaking Collaborative, here a few of the membership benefits:

– Use materials, ink, archival paper and printmaking tools
– Hold one workshop per week (max 6 hours)
– Use of 18×36 Takach Press
– Participate in 2nd Friday Art Walk in Jingletown
– inHouse paper making – in coordination with another artist
– Month-to-Month; Weekly-Use; Day-Use – Fees Differ based on Use
– Alliance with nearby galleries for exhibits and local boutiques for print sale
– Close to freeways, Fruitvale BART, and public transportations
– Associated with ProArts
– Printmaking Collaborative Website with online print sale
– Free Wi-Fi

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5 thoughts on “Printmaking Collaborative in the Heart of Jingletown

  1. This sounds excellent! Very exciting

  2. How does one join the collaborative?

  3. How can we join the collaborative?

  4. You may join by emailing Bernadette Martinez at artery_press@hotmail.com with a subject line of “Interest with Printmaking Collaborative. Hope to see you soon!

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