Gallery visitors can meet the newly painted and retro-fitted A6 Print Bike and do a little spontaneous printing during First Friday.
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A6 has reworked its Artist Membership model to provide better discounts and exhibit opportunities. The studio is also revamping the studio work space and extending hours starting September 1, 2014. Here's a brief run-down of Artist Member benefits at A6.
The M.C. Escher exhibit proved to be A6's largest exhibit to date, attracting more than 3800 visitors, and launching our Students to A6 educational program. Here's a look back at the exhibit that put A6 on the map.
The Board of Directors announces A6's new Executive Director, staff changes and additions, and Pat Clark's return as President of the Board of Directors.
Elementary, middle school and high school students are pouring into A6 in April and May to see the M.C. Escher: 21 Prints exhibit and print in the studio.
Patricia Clark of Atelier 6000 was named one of eleven regional representatives for the “I Am Oregon” campaign, which called on Oregonians to nominate and recognize everyday heroes doing good in their communities.
C-Span stops by A6 and looks at our fine press book projects as part of C-Span's 2014 Cities Tour. C-Span's visit attracted coverage by local TV station KTVZ News 21.
The board names Julie Winter as Interim Executive Director of Atelier 6000.
February 10, 17, & 24, 2014 6–8:30 pm