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The Lillstreet Art Center Printmaking studio is also home to Hummingbird Press, a fine-art publishing collaboration between artists and printmakers.


Upcoming Events

Just thought you would like to know about some activities that Tom will participating in during this month outside the printshop. He's participating in a group show in Pilsen...

It's the first ever exhibition of the Chicago Printers Guild (CPG) featuring following artists:
Angee Lennard, Billy Craven, The Bird Machine, CJ Mace, Celene Aubry, Chad Kouri, Cherie Tymkiw, Dan Macadam, Dan Grezca, Daniel Mellis, Delicious Design League, Diana Sudyka, Erin Page, Fugscreen Studios, Jennifer Farrell, Jeremiah Chiu, Taylor-Caponigro, Johnny Sampson, Josh Davis, Julia Hendrickson, Justin Santora, Kathleen Judge, Keith Herzik, Kim Ambriz, Kwasi Amankwah, Kyle Baker, Llyod Patterson, Megan Sterling, Michael Lauritano, Michael Schwindenhammer, Mike McQuade, Phineas X. Jones, Rebecca Rakstad, Rich Kelly, Ryan Kapp, Sanya Glisic, Shawn Roberts, Sonnenzimmer, Screwball Press, Thomas Lucas, Winterbureau, William Sturgis

Friday, October 8, 2010 – Sunday, October 17, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday October 8, 2010, 6-11pm

On View: Saturday, October 9, 2010, 1-5pm (printing demos!), Sunday, October 10 2010, 1-5pm , Thursday, October 14, 2010, 6-9pm, Friday, October 15, 2010, 6-9pm, Saturday, October 16, 2010, 1-5pm (printing demos!), Sunday, October 17, 2010, 1-5pm

Chicago Urban Society | 2229 S Halsted, Chicago IL

...and a panel discussion at DePaul:

Printmaker as Distributor, Collaborator, and Facilitator
October 7, 6-7:30pm
DePaul University Museum
2350 N. Kenmore Ave

How does the history of print as a medium for the dissemination of information affect the role of contemporary printmakers? Does this draw more educators to the medium? How does the communal print studio affect the nature of artwork being created? Does the emphasis on technique, craft, and tools create an environment welcoming to new students or restricted?

Printmaker as Distributor, Collaborator, and Facilitator will explore the role of education within contemporary printmaking. Panelists will include Wrik Repasky, Coordinator of Printmaking at Harold Washington, Tom Lucas, Director of the Printmaking Department at Lill Street Art Center, and CJ Mace, MFA student through Columbia College Book and Paper program. The panel will be moderated by Angee Lennard, founder and director of Spudnik Press Cooperative.

It would be great to see you at either event if you're able to come!
See side panel for more info...

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