Reimagine Everything print workshop

Each Thursday, 5-9pm, the Metabolic Studio is hosting its print workshop, Reimagine Everything. Our studio practice is open for those seeking a space to visualize what comes next in this urgent climate. At the Reimagine Everything print workshop, you will find everything you need to research, design, and silkscreen your reimaginings.

There is already a substantial library of silkscreens that can be used by anyone coming to print. The silkscreen library has screens donated by local, national and international artists and activists, including Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, the Women’s Center for Creative Work, Kathy Prendergast, Dan Knight, Judith Baca, Lauren Bon, Jessica Fleischmann, Nicholas Hummingbird, Nik Gerolomino, Rebeca Mendez, Susanna Negrete, Evie Garf, Sharon Ryan, Lenny Steinberg, Iva Georguieva, Sarah McCabe, Maya Bon, Teri Klas, Niky Roehreke, Randy Burdick, Nik Gelormino, Jon Kinney, Linda Vallejo, Rochelle Fabb, Vania Almeida, Wil Sterner, Red Rotkopf, Cindy Bautista, Tristan Duke, Jen Curtis and the collection is growing.

The Metabolic Studio supplies space, skill and good company for this ongoing event, and your donation of extra clothing to add to the workshop inventory, and healthy food for sharing, is gratefully received. Come join us for the Reimagine Everything print workshop at Metabolic Studio every Thursday 5-9pm until further notice.

The Metabolic Studio printmaking projects began with the Veterans Print Studio at the WLA Veterans Hospital during "Strawberry Flag", 2009-2010. Both of these studios have been hosted by Richard Nielsen, Metabolic Optics Division artist, with assistance from the Metabolic Studio team.

To view the growing number of screens available please click here to see the Reimagine Everything collection.

News
  • Upcoming Event: The Woman's Building: Animating the Archives panel discussion at the LA Art Book Fair Sunday, February 26 from 11:30 - 1:00pm.
    Join Metabolic Studio researcher Laurelin Kruse and moderater curator-in-residence Charlotte Cotton.

  • One Hundred Mules Walking the Los Angeles Aqueduct book has been selected to be a part of the INFOCUS Juried Exhibiton of Self-Published Photobooks. Now on view December 2, 2016–April 9, 2017 at the Phoenix Art Museum. 

  • Reimagine Everything Print workshop Thursday nights from 5-9 pm (until further notice) for anyone who would like to come silkscreen a shirt or paint a poster or protest image. Please RSVP to info@metabolicstudio.org and let us know which Thursday you would like to come to. Our kitchen will be open for potluck sharing and live music will be played by the Metabolic Studio Sonic Division. Suggested donations appreciated in the form of used clothing for people to print on—and or some food and drink to share with whomever shows up to print that night.

  • Sonic Division weekly public listening at Metabolic Studio Thursday evenings from 6-9 pm. 
    Our kitchen will be open for potluck sharing and suggested donations appreciated in the form of food and drink to share.

  • Friday Happy Hours at the Gertrude Stein Salon—now open for visitors on Main Street in Lone Pine on Fridays with tea from 6:00-8:00 pm. The Salon is open for groups, meetings, visits by appointment by calling 800-571-0745.

  • One Hundred Mules Walking the Los Angeles Aqueduct (Artist Cut, 2015) won a juried award in the Documentary (history category) at the Intendence Film Festival 2016 in Denver, CO.

     

  • Just announced One Hundred Mules Walking the Los Angeles Aqueduct (Artist Cut, 2015) takes the Kodiak prize at the 2016 Alaska International Film Awards!

     

  • For a limited time, watch the One Hundred Mules Walking the Los Angeles Aqueduct (Artist Cut, 2015) at this link.
    Review our News Archive to see where this film has screened in the last year as well as the awards it has received.

     

  • Application for ROSE, COALITION OF WATERSHEDS passport apply HERE

  • Under Spring: Voices + Art + Los Angeles by Jeremy Rosenberg published by Heyday Press is now available. Order Here

  • View the Optics Division Collection Here.