Zygote Press is a non-profit, cooperative, fine art printmaking workshop located in the Quadrangle arts district in the Superior/St. Clair neighborhood.
GALLERY + OPEN HOURS
Wednesday 12pm - 4pm
Saturday 12 - 4pm
& by appointment
Zygote Press is honored to be a recipient of a 2012 Cleveland Arts Prize; the Martha Joseph Prize for Distinguished Service to the Arts. Below is our short documentary video:
Directed, filmed and edited by Ted Sikora, Produced by Marcie Bergman.
Opening Reception | Friday May 17th, 6-9pm
Curated by Sarah Kabot, this exhibition features artists dealing with everyday domestic issues through the form of comics and text. The artists use different formats ranging from zines, online platforms, to traditional drawings. Dark and deadpan humor prevail throughout the works.
Artists include: Brandon Bees, Kevin Czapiewski, Ashley Gerst, Stefan Hoffmann, Jason Weisensel, and Jessi Zabarsky.
Exhibition runs through June 24th, 2013.
Installation + Discussion | Wednesday June 26th, 6:30 pm
Mely Barragan & Daniel Ruanova [Zygote's Creative Fusion Resident Artists] will share their thought process and work created during their residency in the gallery with a brief discussion.
The Producers: 2013 Collaborations | The CraZe and TRADES projects
Opening Reception | Saturday July 6th,1-3pm
CraZe (Collaborative Reach and Access to the Zygote Experience) is shared print outreach program between The Print Club of Cleveland and Zygote Press bringing printmaking to two dozen young women from the Sisterhood Program from the Westside Community House and young men from the afterschool program Open Doors Academy.
The TRADES Print Project is a Zygote program that celebrates the creative collaboration between union workers and print artists. This exhibition features the collaborative print work of several Zygote artsist + tradesperson pairs.
House Broken Exhibition
Opening Reception | Friday, May 17th | 6-9pm
Click here to download the postcard.
Bipolar Order | Installation + DIscussion Wednesday, June 26th | 6:30 pm
CAN: Collective Arts Network Journal
CAN Journal is a quarterly magazine about visual art in Northeast Ohio. Founded in 2011 by Zygote Press, it's a membership project coordinating the efforts of some three-dozen Cleveland – area galleries and art organizations to produce their own media outlet. Each issue of CAN Journal previews three months of upcoming art events with stories and schedules by member organizations, plus reporting and commentary by some of the best known arts writers in the region. The print version of CAN Journal is available free at approximately 150 locations throughout Cuyahoga County, including Zygote Press and all of the member galleries, Cuyahoga County Public Libraries, Heinen's Grocery Stores, and selected restaurants, coffee shops, and other venues. Visit the live CAN Journal online, right here, or download yours here today!
ZPASS: Zygote Press Artist Space Share
A residency-retreat-community space, ZPASS is a beautiful new apartment just above Zygote's workshop that is available for visiting artists to Zygote and other Cleveland visual arts organizations. ZPASS is supported by the George Gund Foundation, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, the Ohio Arts Council and our members and supporters like you. Special thanks to Sarah Beiderman, Marilyn Ladd-Simmons, Ken Emerick and all the people who pitched in to help make ZPASS a reality. ZPASS rental, residency packages, rates, and retreat offerings will be listed on our website beginning February, 2012. Any visual arts organization needing lodging for visiting/exhibiting artists–Please contact Elizabeth Emery, our new Residence/Intern Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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2013 ANNUAL GIVING CAMPAIGN
You can help supercharge the arts community by supporting Zygote Press during our 2013 Annual Giving Campaign.
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Annual Giving Letter (PDF)