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Caffeinated affair: Black Cloud Workshop screen print show

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If it’s not already on there, add Crema Coffeehouse to your First Friday evening of activities. Chris Huth, Denver artist and founder of Black Cloud Workshop, is exhibiting some of his sinister prints at a very affordable price.

Huth is more than just an artist. He curated the IndyInk space in Denver for roughly three years and plans on bringing in national artists to Denver by inviting them to use Black Cloud Workshop’s studio space, which is adjacent to Crema Coffeehouse. The unique model that he anticipates following is similar to Decoder Ring in Austin, TX and will expose amazing artists to the city of Denver and its culture. Visiting artists will stay in the space where Huth currently lives and works (yes, he really has a bed and lives in the back of Crema—luckiest man alive, in my coffee obsessed opinion), create limited edition art prints, and show in Crema’s gallery space at the end of their artist-in-caffeinated residence.

Tonight’s show is from 7:00-11:00. There will be beer. There will be delicious coffee. There will be remarkable art.

Crema Coffeehouse is located in the RiNo District at 2862 Larimer Street.




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