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Let It Grow: 10 years of collaborative printmaking at Hoofprint


3219-21 S Morgan St.
Chicago, IL 60608

Join our friends Hoofprint Press, a printmaking studio formed in 2012 by print-partners Gabe Hoare and Liz Born, in celebrating their ten-year anniversary! “Let It Grow” includes a selection of lithographs, woodcuts, monotypes, screenprints, and etchings—work by over 60 artists, published collaboratively in Chicago. The opening reception on Saturday, November 19th, from 6-10pm, will feature music, refreshments, and live printing, and will take place at CoProsperity in Bridgeport. The event coincides with Grabadolandia, a printmaking festival organized by Instituto Gráfico de Chicago.

Featured artists include Justseeds members Eric J. Garcia and Nicole Marroquin along with so many more: Atlan Arceo-Witzl, Carlos Barberena, Liz Born, Doug Bosley, Matt Bozik, Claü, Danielle Chenette, Hector Duarte, Jason Dunda, Eleanor Spiess-Ferris, Lya Finston, Sarita Garcia, Emily Harter,  Anna Hasseltine, Eric Von Haynes, John Himmelfarb, Keith Herzik, Gabe Hoare, Raeleen Kao, Brittany Kieler, Putas Kolektivo, Moní Pisano Luna, Ocho Manos, Joseph Josué Mora,  Antonio Martinez, S.V. Medaris, Talya Modlin, Max Morris, Bob Mueller, David Nasca, Mony Nuñez,  Alicia Obermeyer, Teresa Pankratz, Zeke Peña, Frank Peralta, Sandra Perlow, Chloë Perkis, Kate Perryman, George Porteus, Ryan Quigley,  Vanessa Rago, Michael Ridge, Leslie J. Riley, Brad Rohloff, Nancy Lu Rosenheim, Nicolette Ross, Ricardo Santos-Hernandez, Ricardo X. Serment, Angela Scalisi, Jenny Schmid, Matthew Silva, Chema Skandal, Diana Solis, Oli Watt, Matthew Owen Wead, & Gabriel Villa.

Make an appointment!
“Let It Grow” opens November 19th and closes December 17th. If you can’t make the opening, but you’d like to make an appointment to see the show, call Liz at 773.896.4326 or email us at We will have a selection of affordable prints and ceramic multiples available for purchase.

More printmaking, you say?!
Grabadolandia is a three-day printmaking festival organized by Instituto Gráfico de Chicago. Exhibitions, demonstrations, and artist talks will take place on November 18th and 19th, culminating in a print fair for all ages on Sunday, November 20th at the National Museum of Mexican Art.  A panel discussion featuring Nicole Marroquin and Jenny Schmid in conversation with Hoofprint will take place on Saturday afternoon from 2-3pm at NMMA (1852 W 19th Street).  Admission is free and open to the public.

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