Stop the press. The Nashville Print Crawl is Saturday, and you don’t want to miss it! Nashville has a robust printmaking community, as we saw at Porter Flea way back at the beginning of summer, and as we keep seeing everywhere. The Crawl lets you visit with the printmakers, chat them up, look at their cool equipment, and make your own print as you crawl among the seven local groups.
Check out Megan Kelley’s great map for the schedule, or (boring!) read it here: It kicks off 3:30 to 6 p.m. at Sawtooth Printhouse, Isle of Printing, and Hatch Show Print. From 6 to 8 p.m. at 535 4th Ave. S. visit Platetone Printmaking and Goldsmith Press. Finish your print with Kangaroo Press and Grand Palace Silkscreen from 8 to 10 p.m. at Fort Houston, 500 Houston St. and enjoy the after party (i.e. Wiliamsburg).
I first read the “stages” to be places, but I now believe they are chunks of time. (It is a little confusing.) Looks like there are indeed five stops on the crawl.