Seattle Pacific University students raise their brayers and voices: Queerness cannot be silenced
Words of Courage poetry broadsides are touring Seattle’s communal spaces. See them in person
Collage of photographs: The Spring 2023 session of Print Futures features presentations from letterpress printers Dave Cwiok (Chicago, IL), Erica Honson (Philadelphia, PA), and Lee Turner (Greenville, NC). Print Futures is co-produced by Partners in Print (PiP) and Letterpress Educators of Art & Design (LEAD).
Print Futures returns April 23 with presentations from 3 emerging letterpress printers. Meet the artists
A hand holding two Poetry for Everything pocket poem cards, featuring a short poem written by Claudia Castro Luna (2023), letterpress printed in Spanish and English. Poetry for Everyone is a program of Partners in Print (PiP), a Seattle-based non-profit arts organization.
PiP celebrates National Poetry Month this April with Poetry for Everyone
Eugene Tagawa
PiP partner artist Erin Shigaki asks, “What kind of ancestors do we want to be?”

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