Party with the Printer

Have walls that need some love? Printmaker Amos Kennedy can help. Don’t know Amos Kennedy? Let’s change that. Amos is a former AT&T programmer who chucked it all to do what he loves: printmaking. At age 40, he quit his day job to buy a letterpress and make prints to supply the masses. Amos is packing it up and heading to the Mississippi Gulf Coast for a two-night event of sharing his work and his story. Come find out why Amos is one of the coast’s favorite out-of-town guests.
Want to learn about his story? Check out the documentary, “Proceed and Be Bold” by Laura Zinger.

Friday, October 23rd
Smith & Lens
106 2nd Street
Bay St. Louis

Saturday, October 24th
The Greenhouse on Porter
404 Porter Avenue
Ocean Springs

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Jane Clair was born, bred and bred her own in the heart of the Pine Belt. She recently moved to Pass Christian to get a step closer to her ambition of calling a boat “home” and for the ataraxia that comes with soaking in the salty air. An ardent supporter of all arts, she enjoys exploring in search of the next piece to add to their collection, the latest culinary feat, or to catch a live show. Having near grown children seeking their autonomy, she’s enjoying her own working with the Pass Christian Theatre Project, concocting delectable libations to add to her box of party tricks and picking up a variety of new habits, err, hobbies. Follow her on Instagram @janeclair.

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