A Night of Print 


Tucson's Women Art Collective is pairing up with Tucson Community Print Shop to offer a fun, artistic night for all. On Thursday, April 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Tucson Community Print Shop, 14 W. 35 St., experienced artists and beginners alike can produce screen-printing, monotype printing and woodblock objects. Attendees must bring their own ideas or drawings, but will then have others to help them work the machines. Take your idea from a thought into a dynamic, concrete format. Enjoy the company of other creatives. The cost is $20 to reserve a spot. Check out the event's Facebook page for additional information.


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