Customize your own 2016 calendar at Flying Horse's Leap Day Letterpress Happy Hour

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Manual labor: Theo Lotz and crew in Flying Horse Editions’ downtown production studio - PHOTO BY JASON GREENE
  • photo by Jason Greene
  • Manual labor: Theo Lotz and crew in Flying Horse Editions’ downtown production studio
Meet the press! Our local fine-art print studio, Flying Horse Editions, is always humming with under-the-radar coolness – visiting artists from all over the world come to Orlando to create limited editions and one-of-a-
This Artnews magazine cover was created by Will Cotton at Flying Horse. - “CANDY CROWN” BY WILL COTTON
  • “Candy Crown” By Will Cotton
  • This Artnews magazine cover was created by Will Cotton at Flying Horse.
kind works – but outside the art scene, a lot of Orlandoans don’t realize Flying Horse exists in their backyard. These every-so-often Letterpress Happy Hours are a chance to visit the studio, see some of the work that’s been created there recently, and even operate one of the presses.  

If you're like, some sort of printing-press groupie you can just hang out for free and admiringly stroke the type trays. But, better, pay your $10 and a) you'll get a drink (beer, wine or soda) and 2) you can customize your own 2016 calendar. It's always better to leave with swag.



6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 29 | Flying Horse Editions at UCF Center for Emerging Media, 500 W. Livingston St. | 407-235-3619 | flyinghorse.cah.ucf.edu | free-$10

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