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New look

With the help of our intern Danielle we patched and painted the front wall of the studio shop and installed these pretty shelves for displaying our prints and broadsides. There are still a few more shelves to go, but this is a good start, and it looks so tidy!

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Type sorting

We’re still sorting out the cabinet full of type that came from The Voice of Canadian Serbs, a community newspaper that was once produced on Drouillard Road here in Windsor. This is a fun one, and we have quite a lot of it:

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Up The Mesh Count exhibition

A team of Up The Mesh Count printers is in the studio today working on the posters for the upcoming exhibition, opening at Artspeak Gallery on October 24. Get details here: https://facebook.com/upthemeshcount

Up The Mesh Count, session one

Last night we printed with the participants of the first series of Up The Mesh Count workshops. Check out some of the prints they made!

Registration for the June sessions opens at noon on June 1. You can keep up-to-date on what’s happening, and see many more photos from the workshops, by visiting the Up The Mesh Count Facebook page.

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Up The Mesh Count: zine production!

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The staff for Up The Mesh Count have been in the studio printing up covers for the project zine. Here they are all chilling in the drying rack after a long day of printing. They look pretty rad, and they glow in the dark!

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Up The Mesh Count is funded by Ontario Arts Council and the City of Windsor Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

Find out more about the project here: Up The Mesh Count Facebook page

ACWR fundraising posters

You can pick up one of these limited edition screenprinted posters, designed by Joshua Babcock and printed at Levigator Press, for fifteen bucks tonight at the Arts Council Windsor and Region‘s annual members’ show reception. All proceeds go towards funding ACWR’s great programming and projects!

Posters are available in navy blue and in very limited numbers in lighter blue or minty green.

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