William Estrada

William’s art and teaching is a collaborative discourse of existing images, text, and politics that appoints the audience to critically re-examine public and private spaces. As a teacher, artist, and cultural worker he reports, records, reveals, and amplifies experiences you find in academic books, school halls, teacher lounges, kitchen tables, barrios, college campuses, and in the conversations of close friends to engage in radical imagination. William is currently engaging in collaborative work with the Mobilize Creative Collaborative, Chicago ACT Collective, and Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative.

Website:

werdmvmntstudios.com/home.html

Angela Davis Fegan

Angela Davis Fegan is a native of Chicago’s South Side. She received her BFA in Fine Arts from New York’s Parsons School of Design and her MFA in Interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts from Columbia College Chicago. Angela has mounted shows at Galerie F, Chicago Artists’ Coalition, the DePaul Art Museum, The Center for Book Arts (NY), the University of Chicago’s Arts Incubator and Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, the Hyde Park Art Center, SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries, Columbia’s Glass Curtain Gallery, SPACES (OH) and Revolve (AVL). She has held residencies at the Chicago Artists’ Coalition, F4F, Connecticut College, the Hambidge Center (GA), Revolve (NC), and Project Row House (TX). Her work has been selected for book covers including The Truth About Dolls by Jamila Woods, Secondhand by Maya Marshall, and All Blue So Late by Laura Swearingen-Steadwell. Her lavender menace poster project has been written up by The Offing (LA Review of Books), Hyperallergic, Chicago Magazine, the RedEye, Go Magazine, Pop Sugar, the Chicago Reader, and Newcity.

Angela joined Spudnik Press as a teaching artists in our inaugural 2022 Teaching Artist Cohort.

Website:

angeladavisfegan.com

Classes by this Artist:

Protest in Practice: Print & Production From Rage to Page
End Grain, Hard Wood: That’s my Type
Rumination: The Remix

Alex Fox

Studio Fellow (2021)

Alex Fox is a printmaking artist from Des Moines, Iowa via Bulgaria. He recently graduated with honors and distinction from the BFA printmaking program at the University of Iowa. His current area of focus is silkscreen printing on fabric, and he plans on combining this with sculptural elements moving forward. In April 2021, he showcased his first exhibition titled Façade, exploring themes of identity and encompassing a variety of mediums such as oil painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography and textiles. As a new graduate, he is looking for opportunities to develop his printmaking career.

Website:

afox80525.wixsite.com/mysite

Kristen A. Hartman

Gute & Berg Press

MFA Book Arts Graduate from the University of Iowa Center for the Book and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Ukraine 2011-2013) // Maker of things, purveyor of words.

Services Offered:

  • Graphic Design
  • Illustration
  • Printmaking Commissions

Website:

kristenahartman.com

Serena Hocharoen

Serena Hocharoen is experimenting with installations, meals, mixtapes, zines, and toys for curiosity and storytelling. Her practice is about diasporic restlessness: harnessing the destabilization powers of dreaming, care, and gathering for survival and healing.

She holds an MFA in Printmaking from Tyler School of Art and Architecture, and a BA in Studio Art and Chemistry from Grinnell College. Her work has been exhibited at venues like Cherry Street Pier, Asian Arts Initiative in Philadelphia, and Public Space 1 in Iowa City. She likes to bike, carve spoons, attend potlucks, and sew quilts.

Serena joined Spudnik Press as a teaching artists in our inaugural 2022 Teaching Artist Cohort.

Website:

serenahocharoen.fish

Classes by this Artist:

Monotype Explorations
Books are Portals
UTOPIAZINE: Making zines for the world you want to see
Sculptural Paper
Patching & Mending

Aaron Hughes

I am an artist, curator, organizer, teacher, anti-war activist, and Iraq War veteran living in Chicago. ​I work collaboratively in diverse spaces and media to create meaning out of personal and collective trauma, deconstruct and transform systems of oppression, and seek liberation. Working through an interdisciplinary practice rooted in drawing and printmaking, I develop projects that deconstruct militarism and related institutions of dehumanization. These projects often utilize popular research strategies, experiment with forms of direct democracy, and operate in solidarity with the people most impacted by structural violence.

I work with a variety of art and activist projects including: Prison + Neighborhood Arts/Education Project, Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative, About Face: Veterans Against the War, and the emerging Veteran Art Movement.

Website:

www.aarhughes.org/

Residency Period:

Mar 2021–Apr 2021

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