You may make vacation playing cards on an old-school letterpress in Jap Market on Friday


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COURTESY OF SIGNAL-RETURN

  • Courtesy of Sign-Return

Sign-Return continues its On Press: Prints for Nonprofits collection, by which native artists create a limited-edition print to advertise native nonprofits. The most recent version, which debuts on Friday, pairs Sue Carman-Vian with Options for Ladies, Tyanna Buie with the Avalon Village, Ryan Standfest with the Construct Institute, Mary Fortuna with the Detroit Meals Academy, Hubert Massey with Neighborhood Providers Group, and Charles McGee with the North Rosedale Park Civic Affiliation. Authentic signed prints will likely be on sale for $80, with proceeds going towards the nonprofits.

At 6:30 p.m., the annual Vacation Card Jam begins, the place you’ll be able to print 5 vacation greetings playing cards on Sign-Return’s old-school printing press for $25. Music and refreshments will likely be supplied.


From 5:30-9:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 15; 1345 Division St., Detroit; 313-567-8970; signalreturnpress.org. Admission is free.




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