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 Vania Almeida, Judith Baca, Susanna Battin, Cindy Bautista, Lauren Bon, Maya Bon, Phong Bui, Randy Burdick, Jen Curtis, Tristan Duke, Rochelle Fabb, Jessica Fleischmann, Teresa Flores, Evie Garf, Nik Gelormino, Felicia Graham, Judyth Greenburgh, Iva Gueorguieva, Nicholas Hummingbird, Candice Kim, Jon Kinney, Teri Klas, Dan Knight, Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Timara Lotahlink, Dani Lunn, Sarah McCabe, Rebeca Mendez, Wendy Murray, Susanna Negrete, Rich Nielsen, Kathy Prendergast, Bobby Rees, Laura Raicovich, Niky Roehreke, Red Rotkopf, Sharon Ryan, Lenny Steinberg, May Sun, Wil Sterner, Cheryl, Swannack, Ned Teitelbaum Carley Towne, Linda Vallejo, Women’s Center for Creative Work 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
  • Metabolic Studio is pleased to announce we are producing a film from Suzanne Lacy's project De tu Puño y Letra. For more information click here.

  • The next Reimagine Everything Print workshop will be Thursday September 14 from 5-9 pm for anyone who would like to come silkscreen a shirt or paint a poster or protest image. Please RSVP to info@metabolicstudio.org. 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 healthy food to share with whomever shows up to print that night.

  • Upcoming Exhibition at Mana Contemporary (A collaborative community bringing together art, dance and music under one roof), Jersey City, New Jersey. Artists Need To Create on the Same Scale that Society has the capacity to destory, on view October 2017–January 2018. For additional information, click here

  • Two Optics Division prints [Hoosick: The Beyone Place 1 and Hoosick: The Beyond Place 2] have been commissioned by MASS MoCA and will be unveiled at their newly renovated building opening May 28, 2017. These images will be on view until 2019. For more information, click here

  • Register Now for the 2017 Art + Environment Conference Thursday, October 19 through Saturday, October 21, 2017. Join Lauren and other artists at the symposium as they discuss the Greater West. 

  • Lauren Bon and the Metabolic Studio will be participating in a panel titled Saving the Greater West as a part of the Knowledge/Culture/Ecologies International conference in Santiago, Chile November 15-18, 2017. For more information click here.

  • 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.

  • Upcoming Summer of 2018A Portable Wetland exhibition at Various Small Fires. Stay tuned for more details.

     

  • 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.

     

  • View the Optics Division Collection Here.