Apr 16th 2010

Printervention: Printing for the Public

@ Chicago Tourism Center

72 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601

Opening Friday, April 16th, from 5PM - 7PM

On view through Tuesday, May 4th

Printervention: Printing for the Public, an exhibition and public art project inspired by cultural programs created through FDR’s New Deal and The Works Progress Administration. Printervention underscores the necessity for public support of artists and raises awareness of the social and political issues of our day. In addition to an exhibition of over 70 posters and prints, Printervention, will feature a mobile silkscreen printing cart for distributing works in the parks and streets of Chicago.

Printervention is a part of Version Festival 2010, an annual arts festival in Chicago that brings together hundreds of artist, musicians and educators from around the world. In addition to the exhibition, Printerventionists will present workshops, demonstrations and collaborations at the Gallery.

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