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A panel discussion regarding the particulars of running small-run art publications moderated by Stephanie Koehler and Jon Sewell.

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Hosted by The Packing Plant and SALT Weekly zine

We will be examining lessons to be learned from local small-run art publications, from artbook publishers to zine creators who are distributing materials that have a physical presence on paper. Topics to explore include: What are the obstacles in managing projects, from single publications to a series? What are the processes used in digital design, production, and project coordination? What are the types of physical outputs? What are the limitations of this medium? And why is it important?

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Jon Sewell Nashville native, local carpenter and actor, Sewell designed, built and runs The Packing Plant, an arts centric commercial building with exhibition galleries and studios in the Wedgewood-Houston Arts District. His socially engaged practice also includes a bi-monthly magazine- SALT Weekly, directing/producing short experimental films, and working to secure more creative space.

Stephanie Koehler served as Editor for BookPage, a monthly book review publication distributed to 400,000 avid readers through subscribing bookstores and public libraries. Previously she worked as Director of Marketing Services at Ingram Content Group and as a community fundraiser for the Nashville Public Library. She is currently a freelance writer and editor.

Daniel Pujol is an artist in Nashville, TN. Pujol is his music project. His song catalog includes numerous singles, EPs and LPs on labels such as Third Man Records, Infinity Cat Recordings, Burger Records, and Saddle Creek Records. In addition to music, Daniel writes prose and poetry. He has been published by The Nashville Cream, Third Man Books, Sobotka Literary Magazine, Impose Magazine, The Walrus, etc. Daniel is currently writing serialized fiction for The Contributor streetpaper in Nashville, TN. The latest Pujol releases are a blend of writing and music. One is called KISSES and is more song oriented. The other is called Political Errors @TheEndOfThe20thCentury and is a live short story reading with music. He started a Nashville-based zine called Salt Weekly with Packing Plant Gallery and Elephant Gallery in July of 2018. The issues are bimonthly. Daniel is finishing a new Pujol LP with Drew Vandenberg. “You can’t save the world, but you can heal it–if your kisses blow one at a time.” / http://pujoldotcom.com

Michael Mitchell aka mikewindy is the Art Director for Mt.Pleasant pre-k-12 campuses and Maury Co. Public Schools. He is the editor of Number Inc. Young Art Writers project that celebrates Art-Ed heroes throughout the South and encourages Elementary,Middle,High School and College students to write about art in their communities and publishes it on Number Inc's website. He is a sculptor,painter,sound artist and musician with a forthcoming 7" lathe cut release by his alter ego Cowboy Concept Y'all called "I'd Rather be Titian" that will also release on the MIT Scratch coding website created to teach kids to code.

Jodi Hays is a Nashville-based artist and curator who has exhibited her work at galleries and museums across the United States. Her work can be found in important public and private collections including the Tennessee State Museum. Her work is documented in seven exhibition catalogues, and has been positively reviewed in publications such as Number Inc. and Sharon Butler’s Two Coats of Paint. Her practice includes co-founding Dadu and COOP Gallery and teaching in the MFA at Watkins College of Art. Her work is represented by Red Arrow Gallery (TN).

Kevin Reilly was one of the co-creators of the independent Nashville newspaper Huis Clos, which was named Best Zine by the Nashville Scene in 2015. His comics, art, and writing have appeared in The Rumpus, The Nashville Review, Public Books, The Salt Weekly, and other publications. You can find his visual work on Instagram: @reillykevinb / https://kevinbreilly.com

Cybelle Elena of Honkytonk Badonkadonk zine Cybelle Elena is the Associate Editor and Art Director of Nashville's DIY music and culture publication Honkytonk Badonkadonk Zine. She is also a musician, visual artist, and seamstress, whose designs have seen the stages of The Ryman and the Grand Ole Opry, as well as a filthy punk bar or ten. / www.honkytonkbadonkadonkzine.com

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