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2017 Artists
  Grimaldi Baez
  Leah Bailis
  Marc Blumthal
  Julianna Foster
  Alexis Nutini
  Lucia Thomé
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On Saturday, March 4th, we hosted a meet-up event celebrating the 2017 Community Supported Art project -- featuring a pop-up exhibition, open studios, and artists' reception.  During this event at Globe Dye Works, we debuted the 2017 CSA silkscreen poster created by Anne Schaefer.

This was a chance to meet some of the artists for the 2017 season, see artwork produced in the 2012 edition, and explore some of the open studios of Globe Dye Works resident artists.

Globe Dye Works Open Studio participants included  Anne SchaeferPetrichor PressJoe LerouxStacey Lee WebberRachel Citrino, among others.

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The exhibition downstairs included work by all six artists from the 2017 season.
2012 CSA artist, Anda Dubinskis meets Julianna Foster, a 2017 CSA participant.
A reduction print by 2017 CSA artist, Alexis Nutini
An exhibition upstairs showed the artwork from the 2012 season, borrowed back from shareholders.
2012 CSA share exhibition
Also on the 2nd floor, artwork by Globe Dye Works artist, Sean Irwin was on view and Petrichor Press hosted an open studio.
Master printmaker, Anne Schaefer's studio was also open to the public. Shareholders got a sneak peek at the print they will receive for early registration.
Artwork by 2017 CSA artist, Lucia Thomé
An artwork by 2017 CSA artist, Grimaldi Baez
Artwork on the far wall by Leah Bailis and Julianna Foster
2017 artist, Marc Blumthal speaks with shareholder, Miguel Horn.
Shareholders and organizers chat outside the door of Joe Leroux and Stacey Ann Webber's open studio.
  Community Supported Art would like to thank its partners for this event:

PAFA Young Friends
Birchtree Catering
Anne and Kate Paper and Party
Globe Dye Works
Jaime Alvarez Photography

Over one hundred people joined us for this early celebration of the project. We look forward meeting more of you during the upcoming events of the 2017 season.

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Community Supported Art is program of Grizzly Grizzly and Co.