Our September 4, 2022 Print Rodeo, is a simple-and-fun print fair hosted by Central Machine Works, a local brewery with an indoor and outdoor venue. Print Rodeo is a one-day fair from 11-4pm. We’ll have a juried group of 30 artists with prints for sale and live printing thrown in, all in the very fun atmosphere of this South Austin brewery.
The PrintAustin table will be showcasing our Print Trade, branded pint glasses, coffee mugs, and t-shirts. With 29 other artists in the mix, you’ll have plenty of art (and merch!) to review before adding to your collection.
We look forward to seeing you!
Our show poster, a collage by Carlos Hernandez
The work of Houston-based serigraphy artist Carlos Hernandez has been showcased through a variety of gallery shows and projects that include the music industry, restaurant and retail design, and corporate work. Carlos is a founding partner of Burning Bones Press, a full-service printmaking studio located in the Houston Heights and has served as an instructor of Screen Printing at Rice University, Department of Visual and Dramatic Arts.
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For Artists Only:
Apply for a space. This is a limited fair with only 30 spaces available. The entry fee is $5 and is non-refundable. We are encouraging artists residing in Texas, though all are welcome to apply. We are seeking print work (not reproductions) such as relief prints, etchings, lithographs, etc. Prints on fabric or paper are equally invited. One artist per table, please. Please reach us to us with any questions at email@example.com.
Announcements will go out on the 8th of August as to who will be invited to the Print Rodeo. Jonas Criscoe of ICOSA and Carlos Hernandez of Burning Bones Press will be co-jurying the fair.
After you have been invited to participate, you will need to lock in your space. The spaces will be $150 for indoor and $100 for outdoor. We are discussing renting tents and offering them at cost to outside vendors. You are welcome to bring your own tent. Outdoor space will be more conducive to clothing racks, etc. Whatever gets set up, indoor or out, must be dismantled quickly without disrupting the patrons of CMW.