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Land Back…Land Forward

Land Back…Land Forward

February 14, 2021

In 2016, I joined water protectors on Standing Rock Lakota Sioux land to stop the “black snake” of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Many memorable moments stand out to me during my…

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Printmaking Inside the Prison Industrial Complex

Printmaking Inside the Prison Industrial Complex

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Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/91300109743

Spudnik Press is hosting a virtual artist talk with Aaron Hughes, William Estrada, & Sarah Ross on printmaking at Stateville Prison, visions of human rights from inside the carceral state,…

Celebrate People’s History Prints at PO Box Collective

Celebrate People’s History Prints at PO Box Collective

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PO Box Collective
6900 N. Glenwood Ave.
Chicago, IL 60640

The Celebrate People’s History series pays tribute to people, events, and movements that have contributed to collective resistance. View a selection of over seventy prints from this incredible series displayed…

Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair

Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair

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Online at https://pmvabf.org/

This year the legendary Printed Matter Art Book fair is merging its New York and Los Angeles events into a single online extravaganza, and Justseeds will be there! It runs…

“Carving Out Rights” Book Launch

“Carving Out Rights” Book Launch

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Online program register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/carving-out-rights-book-launch-tickets-139697911213

Join the Prison + Neighborhood Arts/Education Project and Human Rights Lab for the launch of Carving Out Rights from Inside the Prison Industrial Complex (Hat & Beard, 2021). This Prison…

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Graphic Liberation!: Perspectives on Image Making and Political Movements

Graphic Liberation!: Perspectives on Image Making and Political Movements

Graphic Liberation! digs deep into the history, present, and future of political image making. The project is centered around an ongoing series of conversations between Josh MacPhee and key political graphics producers. The discussions revolve around a set of core questions related to individual vs. social expression, image reproducibility/ownership/copyright, and responsibilities between artists and movements.

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