2013 MoCP Fine Print Release Party

Untitled, 111 W Kinzie St Chicago, IL 60654

2013 MoCP Fine Print Release Party

Please join the MoCP Museum Council, Museum staff, and past and present participants of the Fine Print Program for food and drinks at Untitled to celebrate the release of the 2013 Fine Prints. Editioned works by Eric Fleischauer, Ron Jude, Penelope Umbrico, and Shen Wei will be unveiled; all proceeds directly support the artistic and educational programs at the MoCP. Each print is limited to an edition of 50 and is offered at the cost of $300. Please note the dress is business casual.

Organized by the MoCP Museum Council.

This event is generously supported by Untitled.

 

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