King Street Art Collective presents Protest in Print, an exhibition following the history of printmaking and its unique ability to distribute information. This exhibition features artists, activists, educators, and students using protest as an art form. From its origin, printmaking has allowed for quick and inexpensive distribution of information and remains a significant part of visual aids in protest. From local activist Raheim Andrews, who led the 2020 BLM protest down King Street here in Boone to Venezuelan artist Enrique Figueredo, this exhibition points to themes of racial injustice, surveillance, violence, economy, religion, immigration, and power.
Join us on September 3rd for an opening reception featuring a DJ performance by Raheim Andrews as well as live block printing by ASU Students and Faculty. Works included in the exhibition by artists Zach Carlisle Davidson, Enrique Figueredo, Will Graham, Scott Ludwig, and more!
King Street Art Collective
585 West King Street, Boone NC
(above Doe Ridge Pottery)
Hours Vary Depending on the exhibit, event, or classes.
With extended hours for special classes or events
Gallery Exhibits, Artists Markets, Art Demonstrations, Workshops, Events, and more!
Thursday 11am - 5pm
Friday 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 6pm
Sunday 10am - 2pm
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