Storefront
Storefront

The 1060 Virginia Ave storefront in Fountain Square was an everchanging billboard for the artists and activities going on in and around GPC. Left: tribute to musician Eric Alexander aka Sir Deja Doog. Right: Cool New Shapes exhibit by Austin Dickson

Women317
Women317

One brainchild of the gender inequity deconstruction project Shehive is Women317 - a safe space event that explores this journey's themes and concepts through art and performance by and about the voices at the center of the struggle. 

Carlson/Garcia and Mineus Prints
Carlson/Garcia and Mineus Prints

Lafayette, IN imports Esteban Garcia, Max Carlson and Aaron Zernack bring their LED sculptures, prints, tapes, live music, and video screenings to GPC. mineusprints.comcarlsongarcia.com

The Dojo
The Dojo

Each month, the all-lanes hip hop showcase The Dojo selects 3 emcees who vary by style, content and performance, with cyphers between each set, for the hip hop heads who want to know who's doing what in this city. 

Blucking & Squawking
Blucking & Squawking

Operative Erin K Drew forgot her notes for her honors english class presentation on imagist poems, but that didn't stop her from digging down deep to summarize! EKD loves to put on events that challenge the common 'show' formats. 

Concept Shop
Concept Shop

Over 100 artists, writers and musicians are represented in our concept shop of books, zines, bags, apparel, local music, and other ponderable items.

Jeron Braxton
Jeron Braxton

Animator, musician, and creative director Jeron Braxton has washed GPC in his sparkling light and sound waves many times over the years.

The Learning Machine
The Learning Machine

GPC had a long-distance relationship with Chicago art space/collective The Learning Machine. In addition to selling zines and hosting events featuring artists from that group, we had to take it somewhere even more intimate. In April 2016, The Learning Machine artists took over GPC, opening the visual art exhibit with a full night of performances by TLM artists, and in August our artists did the deed to their space.

est. 2013
est. 2013

founding members clockwise from top left: J. Arnold, Abby Goldsmith, Rachel Peacock, Jess Lykens, Lisa Berlin Jackson, Benny Sanders (we'll count it), and Jeremy Tubbs

Storefront
Women317
Carlson/Garcia and Mineus Prints
The Dojo
Blucking & Squawking
Concept Shop
Jeron Braxton
The Learning Machine
est. 2013
Storefront

The 1060 Virginia Ave storefront in Fountain Square was an everchanging billboard for the artists and activities going on in and around GPC. Left: tribute to musician Eric Alexander aka Sir Deja Doog. Right: Cool New Shapes exhibit by Austin Dickson

Women317

One brainchild of the gender inequity deconstruction project Shehive is Women317 - a safe space event that explores this journey's themes and concepts through art and performance by and about the voices at the center of the struggle. 

Carlson/Garcia and Mineus Prints

Lafayette, IN imports Esteban Garcia, Max Carlson and Aaron Zernack bring their LED sculptures, prints, tapes, live music, and video screenings to GPC. mineusprints.comcarlsongarcia.com

The Dojo

Each month, the all-lanes hip hop showcase The Dojo selects 3 emcees who vary by style, content and performance, with cyphers between each set, for the hip hop heads who want to know who's doing what in this city. 

Blucking & Squawking

Operative Erin K Drew forgot her notes for her honors english class presentation on imagist poems, but that didn't stop her from digging down deep to summarize! EKD loves to put on events that challenge the common 'show' formats. 

Concept Shop

Over 100 artists, writers and musicians are represented in our concept shop of books, zines, bags, apparel, local music, and other ponderable items.

Jeron Braxton

Animator, musician, and creative director Jeron Braxton has washed GPC in his sparkling light and sound waves many times over the years.

The Learning Machine

GPC had a long-distance relationship with Chicago art space/collective The Learning Machine. In addition to selling zines and hosting events featuring artists from that group, we had to take it somewhere even more intimate. In April 2016, The Learning Machine artists took over GPC, opening the visual art exhibit with a full night of performances by TLM artists, and in August our artists did the deed to their space.

est. 2013

founding members clockwise from top left: J. Arnold, Abby Goldsmith, Rachel Peacock, Jess Lykens, Lisa Berlin Jackson, Benny Sanders (we'll count it), and Jeremy Tubbs

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