Many Special Thanks:
Geoff Peveto, President of API, helping introduce us to some great artists.
Jay Ryan and Diana Sudyka for letting us sleep on their futon while visiting the Chicago Flatstock to chat with artists.
Ginger White of DOCA for thinking this is cool and including in Create Denver Week.
The Hi-Dive for letting us pound about 60 nails in their walls for the exhibit.
Fashion Denver for creating and coordinating the fashion show for the night.
Clay Hayes of GigPosters.com for donating youth t-shirts.
These people all most definately rock.
Have a Poster to Donate?
We're still collecting posters from API artists. If you have 1-2 you would be willing to donate please mail to arrive no later than April 5, 2010.
Ink Lounge Gallery
For more information or questions please give us a call or email.
Rock. Paper. Squeegee.
Gig poster exhibit and silent benefit* auction of 60+ screenprinted concert posters by American Poster Institute artists that will be part of Mix and Assemble, the final event for Create Denver Week. DJs, fashion show, live bands - and of course some super sweet posters up for auction.
Mix and Assemble: Saturday, April 17
Location: Hi-Dive : Map Link
Urban Peak helps young people overcome homelessness and other real life challenges by providing essential services and a supportive community, empowering them to become self-sufficient adults.
For more than 20 years, Urban Peak has been there for tens of thousands of youth - homeless, vulnerable, without basic needs - who are trying to live as well as possible, even as they lose hope. Urban Peak offers safe shelter and meals, transitional housing, education and employment programs, medical care, mental health and substance abuse counseling, creative outlets, and recreational and youth development activities.
Ink Lounge will use the proceeds to develop and implement a summer screenprinting program in support of Urban Peak youth and programs.
Thanks to the following API Artists:
Thanks! You also Rock.