We want to thank everyone who was out Friday night helping us celebrate 15 Bytes’ 10-year anniversary by wearing their tees; and for our in-kind sponsors who allowed us to give out some great gifts to those we spotted in tees.
In addition, for Friday night the guys at Copper Palate Press were printing additional screens on shirts for free: Ed Bateman’s “15 Trilobytes” design, and Stefanie Dykes’ “Tree of Life” design (15 Bytes: Spreading Art and Sparing Trees since 2001).
Screen printing is a great way to get your artistic voice out into the general public. In the near future and for years to come you’ll be seeing new 15 Bytes tee shirts and posters designed by local artists. If you want to learn how you can screen your own prints, Copper Palate Press is now teaching screen printing at the University of Utah’s lifelong learning program. Their first class starts this Tuesday. Click here to learn more.
While Friday night was our biggest, it was not our last “Where To Wear” event. This Friday & Saturday you can wear your shirts to the Urban Gallery at Neighborhood House and Poor Yorick Open Studios events and have a chance to win one of our prizes.
UTAH’S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001, 15 Bytes is published by Artists of Utah, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.