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It's official!  BYO Print is moving down the street!  Come late October, we'll be set up at 2206 Coral Street, just a few blocks away from our current location.  Nestled in a homey rowhouse on an active block, we'll have more square footage for specific-use areas.  Look forward to a new silkscreen room, exposure closet, acids being far away from flat files, and a CLEAN breakroom! Plus, all the amenities that a house has to offer, like hot water.

Want to help us out?  The official moving day is October 23rd, and we'll be working on projects at the new space to get it ready for the printmaking studio in the meantime.  Anyone willing to help us move or build things will be gifted with booze, food, and some free hours to work in the shop once we're all set up.

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