This content was originally published by The Hop Review, a digital magazine that joined the Hop Culture family in March 2020.
This piece was written by Jack Muldowney.
We’re excited to announce that we have teamed up with Lakeshore Beverage to host our first CCBW event! Arts & Crafts is an event series that celebrates art, craft beer, and the culture that ties both together. To kick the series off, we’ll gather at Galerie F in Logan Square to learn about screenprinting from Chicago artist Nate Azark (of 12 Line Studio) while enjoying beer from Brooklyn Brewery.
In addition to a live demonstration where you will be able to pull your own screenprint, each guest will receive a limited edition print designed by Nate specially for this event. The nature of the series is to keep the venue and setting intimate, therefore there will be very limited space. Get your tickets now before they’re gone!
About the artist: Nate Azark is a Chicago designer and illustrator, and founder of 12 Line Studio, a full service creative studio in Chicago working with clients both large and small. He boasts several years of illustration and screenprinting experience and honed his craft while working for WXRT Radio, as well as for Late Night with David Letterman. Here, he was able to create several gig posters for such acts as Ben Harper, St. Vincent, Phish, Depeche Mode, Andrew Bird, The National and Mumford & Sons, among others.
Lakeshore Beverage & The Hop Review Present:
Arts & Crafts | Vol 1:
Screenprinting with Nate Azark
& Brooklyn Brewery
Galerie F (2381 N. Milwaukee Ave., at Fullerton, Logan Square)
Thursday, May 21 | 6:30 – 9:00pm
Only $15 for a night of screenprinting, prints to take home, beer & good company. This event has very limited space, so get your tickets now, here!
*Please note, tickets will not be available at the door. Unofficial after party to follow next door, at Emporium Arcade. Cheers!