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Outlaws of Print: The History and Artists of the Underground Collective

  • Venue: Fort Wayne Museum of Art
  • Presented by: Fort Wayne Museum of Art
  • Dates: April 21, 2018 - July 8, 2018
  • Address: 311 East Main Street Fort Wayne, IN 46802
  • Admission: General Admission Free to members $8 - adults $6 - students (PreK-college) $6 - seniors 65+
  • Phone: (260) 422-6467
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  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Yes
2018-04-21 2018-07-08 Outlaws of Print: The History and Artists of the Underground Collective <p>Outlaws of Print: The History and Artists of the Underground Collective<br />April 21-July 8, 2018<br /><br />The Outlaw Printmakers are a tight-knit group of international printers that formed in New York City in 2000 and largely names Richard Mock as their primary influence. Mock, whose narrative work is politically-influenced, is widely known from the New York Times op-ed pages from the early 1980s through the ‘90s.<br />The exhibition will tell the history of this group through ephemera, new work by the Outlaws, and lino blocks and work by Mock. Prints from Bill Fick, Tom Huck, Dennis McNett, Sean Starwars, Katherine Polk and more will be exhibited.</p> <p>Outlaw Printmakers range in skill from lithography to block and relief. What they have in common is an undercurrent of the macabre, metal/punk rock, pop culture, and at times satirical and political themes.<br />This exhibition is organized by artist Dennis McNett.<br /><br />Parking<br />The parking lot behind the Museum is owned by Arts United. Parking in the lot is free unless there is a performance or event at the Arts United Center, then a $3 fee will be charged.<br /><br />Gallery Hours <br />Sunday, 12 - 5 pm<br />Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm<br />Thursday 10am - 8pm<br /><br />General Admission<br />Free to members <br />$8 - adults <br />$6 - students (PreK-college) <br />$6 - seniors 65+ <br />$20 - families<br />Free general admission every Thursday 5-8pm</p> 311 East Main Street Fort Wayne, IN America/Indiana/Winamac
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Outlaws of Print: The History and Artists of the Underground Collective
April 21-July 8, 2018

The Outlaw Printmakers are a tight-knit group of international printers that formed in New York City in 2000 and largely names Richard Mock as their primary influence. Mock, whose narrative work is politically-influenced, is widely known from the New York Times op-ed pages from the early 1980s through the ‘90s.
The exhibition will tell the history of this group through ephemera, new work by the Outlaws, and lino blocks and work by Mock. Prints from Bill Fick, Tom Huck, Dennis McNett, Sean Starwars, Katherine Polk and more will be exhibited.

Outlaw Printmakers range in skill from lithography to block and relief. What they have in common is an undercurrent of the macabre, metal/punk rock, pop culture, and at times satirical and political themes.
This exhibition is organized by artist Dennis McNett.

Parking
The parking lot behind the Museum is owned by Arts United. Parking in the lot is free unless there is a performance or event at the Arts United Center, then a $3 fee will be charged.

Gallery Hours
Sunday, 12 - 5 pm
Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 8pm

General Admission
Free to members
$8 - adults
$6 - students (PreK-college)
$6 - seniors 65+
$20 - families
Free general admission every Thursday 5-8pm

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