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    2011 SGC International Conference: Events on Cherokee Street the Evening of March 18, 2011   This week, more than 1,200 printmakers from around the world will
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      2011 SGC International Conference: Events on Cherokee Street the Evening of
      March 18, 2011
       
      This week, more than 1,200 printmakers from around the world will descend on St.
      Louis when Washington University hosts the annual gathering of the SGC
      International, the largest organization of printmakers in North America, March
      16-19.
       
      In conjunction with the conference, dozens of local artists, business owners,
      and community members have banded together to create an incredible lineup of
      events centering on St. Louis’ historical Cherokee Street. These events, which
      are open to the public, will take place the evening of Friday, March 18.
       
      The special one-night-only event will include art shows, performances, public
      art, and parties highlighting printmakers and artists from the Cherokee Street
      neighborhood and beyond. With projects and shows that highlight the practice of
      printmaking in traditional and unconventional forms, and a few art show
      offshoots, this evening will satisfy any artistic taste. The sheer spirit of
      Cherokee Street will be on display, showcasing the eager and collaborative heart
      of this bohemian community.
       
      What:2011 SGC International Conference-Friday Evening Events on Cherokee Street.
      Printers delivering prints on bikes, making print Tacos, and printing on pick-up
      trucks. Printers building a walkway of lanterns, welding a giant ox piñata, and
      covering buildings in spandex. Printers getting married, making music, going on
      scavenger hunts, and exhibiting their art. 

       
      When:Friday, March 18. The official events and show openings will take place
      from 5-10pm, with after-parties running until 2am. 

       
      Where:Up and down Cherokee Street, from Archive to Mississippi Mud, and
      extending to other South City satellites.
       
      Who:
      Aisle 1 Gallery, Show Me Your Tax Bracket
      All Along Press, Deceased was the Widow of Henry Mosby; An Obsolete Technology
      Guide for the Citizens of St. Louis (with ILSSA); Tugboat Printshop; Uncover
      Archive, Spring Freaquinox  
      Artica (benefit event)
      ArtDimensions Gallery, Fresh
      Awful Nice, All the Colors of the Dark
      CAMP
      Cosign Projects, House Coat
      Cherokee Photobooth, Ryan Frank, David Langley, Seitu Smith, and Phil Jarvis
      Cranky Yellow, No One Goes Hungry
      Don Carlos Restaurant,Cherokee Printmakers’ Special
      El Lenador, Blessed Unions Wedding Performance Reception
      The Firecracker Press, Manual Feed; St. Louis Typefoundries
      Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts, Blessed Unions Exhibition; Blessed Unions
      Wedding Performance Ceremony
      Flowers to the People, Caleb Hauck
      Gallery AM-Art Monster, Stencil World: Stencil Art from around the Globe
      Good Citizen Gallery, Equilibrium: Writ Large; Saturday The Birds Fell From The
      Sky
      Prototyping Revival Display@ the former Grace Hill building by Jason Deem
      Hotoff-Press
      Jackson Piano, Passing Notes
      Johnny’s Mini-theater, Rats and People Motion Picture preview Buster Keaton
      Shorts
      Labeebee’s, Municipalities Occur
      Lights Along the Cherokee
      Los Caminos, Do the Right Thing
      Paper Boat Studios, The Paper Boats
      PHD Gallery, Fine Print: Monoprints
      Pig Slop Studios, Funamble
      Porter Teleo, From Printing Plates to the Showroom
      PrintTruck (sponsored by The Firecracker Press)
      Snowflake, w/ w/o rds
      STL Improve Anywhere
      St. Louis Fair Trade
      SPORE Mobile Gallery, St. Louis Mythory Kiosks
      STyLe House
      The Zeigenhein, Intangible Rivers: A Subjective History by Jessi Cerutti
      3104 Cherokee, Unicorns! A Print Portfolio
       
      For more information visit:
      SGC International Conference website:
      http://sgci2011.samfoxschool.wustl.edu/node/5100
      The Cherokee Street News website: http://cherokeestreetnews.org/
       Event Contact:
      Sarah Paulsen
      Coordinator, Cherokee Street Events, SGC International Conference
      pintorasp@...
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