To Print for the Revolution: Celebrating Five Years of Eberhardt Press – May 28 at 7PM

This is just a reminder for you all that our good friend Charles at Eberhardt Press is having a closing party for his art exhibit at the Red and Black!  The party will be on Friday, May 28 at 7pm.  There is a $5 – 20 suggested donation for entry, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.  AND, there will be FREE BEER, courtesy of Ninkasi, for all of-age attendees!  More information can be found below.

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Join friends and colleagues at the Red and Black Cafe on Friday May 28th, 2010 for a benefit and exhibition featuring the publishing and printing of Portland’s own Eberhardt Press.  Celebrating its fifth year as a radical publisher and provider of low-cost quality printing to do-it-yourself and radical projects, Eberhardt Press has printed countless posters, postcards, zines, books and album covers.  Opening party will include a short presentation on Eberhardt Press, an excerpted reading from the press’s new publication on “Tramp Printers” and testimonials on its place in the future of radical publishing and politics.

The show will be exhibited throughout the month of May with numerous prints and projects of the press will be on display during the Red and Black Cafe’s open hours, and many of the work available at affordable prices – including a special edition poster and the “Tramp Printers” pamphlet.  All funds raised during the event will go to the next phase of Eberhardt Press – a new printing press and additional titles!

Contribute & Contact:
To make a contribution toward this fundraising effort or to find about more about Eberhardt Press visit: www.eberhardtpress.org.
This exhibit and event has been organized by a group of friends and supporters of the Press, and can be contacted at kevin@warmachines.info.
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About Eberhardt Press

Eberhardt Press, established in 2004, is dedicated to bringing anarchist and anti-authoritarian voices to print. We publish original titles as well as classic revolutionary texts that are out of print and in danger of fading from memory. By operating a small-scale offset printing and bindery facility, we can produce publications at a fraction of the cost of paying a commercial printer. Therefore we are able to offer our hand-crafted books and pamphlets less expensively to the public.

 

Eberhardt Press subsidizes its publishing operations by providing offset printing and bindery services to the local community. Since its founding, Eberhardt Press has printed more than a quarter million zines, books, notebooks, postcards, posters, and other projects for independent publishers, artists and activist groups in Portland and throughout the country.
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