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In honor of the late Sam Z. Coronado, Consejo Gráfico, an independent network of print workshops that was formed to advance the legacy and viability of Latino printmaking in the United States, has put together a special collaborative portfolio titled El Corazón.  As a Chicano artist, educator and activist, Coronado impacted many lives and artists throughout

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SXSW is upon us – and film and music is in the air! One of the mainstays of the festival is Flatstock, and we’ll be there selling our prints. Co-presented by the American Poster Institute (API) and SXSW, Flatstock 38 will display the works of the world’s top gig poster artists. The show runs March

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The Austin Visual Arts Association (AVAA) has announced the recipients of the 2012 awards. The ceremony will take place on Thursday, November 15th, from 6:30 – 9:00 PM, with YNN’s “Arts Minute” Host Carla Stanmyre McDonald as the Master of Ceremonies. In an effort to recognize Austin’s top artists for their achievements in the field,

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At the beginning of August, GSD&M stopped by the Serie Project to shoot some video for a special series they’re producing as part of their client newsletter. From agency t-shirts to event posters to client projects for L.L.Bean and eHarmony, the agency has been earning its way into the silk screen scene in Austin. GSD&M

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Serie Project Contact: Kelly Grajeda, Asst. Director (P) 512.385.3591 | (E) serie@serieproject.org Press Contact: Alexandra M. Landeros, Roots PR (P) 512.517.0394 | (E) alexandra@rootspr.com Serie Project Reaches Twenty Years and Hopes for a New Beginning Fundraiser for East Austin Screen Printing Studio on November 17, 2012 AUSTIN, Texas – October 10, 2012

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On Saturday, November 17, 2012, we will be having our first annual fundraiser. You can read the official description of the event here, but we’d like to give you the real reasons we’re having this fundraiser. Sam Coronado started this non-profit in way East Austin (the Montopolis neighborhood), long before it became hip to live

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