This March, Denver-based artists Kim Morski and Carmiella Salzberg will present FRESH BREAD, an edible collaboration connecting the voices of refugee youth in Denver to the greater community through the platform of printmaking.
Join us at Red Delicious Press on Saturday, March 12th from 3:30 – 7:00 pm to participate in an edible print project in which hand drawn images created by youth participants in the International CITY after-school program will be screen printed with edible ink onto flatbread, made and baked on the spot to enjoy. The International CITY students will also be selling their own limited edition screen prints to raise money for the International CITY after-school program and Red Delicious Press.
Bread is an essential, base food, recognized and enjoyed by cultures in various forms all over the world. It is also a historically meaningful symbol of sustenance, family, home, covenant, and community. As we share the bread, we are reminded of the beauty in our diversity and our commonality.
Take, break, & eat.
About the collaborators:
- The International CITY after-school program is run through the refugee resettlement agency, the African Community Center. Learn more at www.acc-den.org
- Red Delicious Press is a cooperative fine art printmaking facility in Aurora, CO, committed to making printmaking accessible to the community. Learn more at www.reddeliciouspress.com
- This project is organized by Denver-based printmaking artists and Red Delicious Press members, Carmiella Salzberg and Kim Morski, Learn about their work at www.carmiella.com and www.kimmorski.com