The Carrack Modern Art’s Queer Southerners Show

Posted on Sep 21, 2014 in News | No Comments
The Carrack Modern Art’s Queer Southerners Show

We had a great time tabling at The Carrack’s queer southerners show on opening night in Durham, NC. Four Slow Holler artists and contributors have work in the show (Ayden, Vanessa Adams, E Henderson, and Alex Stewart), which will be up through Sept. 27 2014. We were busy last week printing a small run of posters and hankies so we could set up a merch / info table at the show. Check it out if you’re in the area. There will also be some events and performances as part of the show next weekend.

 

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Screen printing a small run of posters and hankies in Greensboro, NC

 

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10714351_809053445784462_5765614176304334810_oMetallic gold on black screen print of Hilary Flint’s Five of Knives art.

 

IMG_2604 copyHanky design by Vanessa Adams. Metallic gold on black. The final decks will be wrapped in printed hankies and tied with twine.

 

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IMG_2526Opening event at The Carrack Modern art for Southerners: Queer identified artists finding home and family in the South

 

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10707059_276381282559825_1570901255_nWork by illustrator and contributor E Henderson

 

IMG_2546Work by illustrator and contributor Vanessa Adams


IMG_2539Work by contributor Alex Stewart

 

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IMG_2545Work by contributor Alex Stewart

 

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Opening event at The Carrack Modern art for Southerners: Queer identified artists finding home and family in the South

 

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