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Zygote Press launches new artist-in-residency program for BIPOC artists

Zygote Press, a nonprofit that offers a workspace for emerging and established printmakers and educational programs for the community, has launched a new paid residency for local Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) artists. The goal of the program, which is called BIPOC AIR (artist-in-residence), is to provide five artists from Northeast Ohio the opportunity to learn a variety of print techniques while engaging with a community of fellow artists.

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