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The Post Family Visits Pratt Institute

The Post Family is incredibly stoked to be speaking at Pratt, March 21 in NYC, about the importance of being an active participant in your creative ecosystem. The lecture is free and open to the public so please drop in for a night full of stories, laughter and friendly brotherly debate. We hope to see all your beautiful faces soon! Here are the deets:

Thursday, March 21, 6 PM
Pratt Manhattan
144 West 14th Street, Room 213
New York, NY 10011

Love,
The Post Family

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Best Made Company

Leading up to our Manual Labor exhibition tonight (May 11th, 2012), we have a little studio tour of Best Made Co. Check it out.

Subscribe-to-Buy Art on Uprise Art

Check out Uprise Art – A great platform for subscribe-to-own Art in the New York area. And they are offering some Chad Kouri originals, framed and ready to go on your wall! Basically pay $50 a month for art of your choice in your home and your subscription payment is put toward the selling price of that artwork. A great way to start or grow a collection over time. Live with Art, people!

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Affordable Art Fair NYC

This week Join Chad Kouri in NYC for the Affordable Art Fair. He has some work showing with The Art Dossier and will also be working with the fair to lead an artist guided tour of the fair on Thursday and Saturday (September 22nd and 24th, 2011) at 3pm. To join the tour please email rsvp@theartdossier.com.

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Swiss Miss

Tina Roth Eisenberg (aka swissmiss) sat down with The Post Family & Pitch Design Union at her space to talk about collaboration, co-working, blog writing, and her wildly popular Creative Mornings series.

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Snow Fall

Hands down the best digital article in a newspaper I have ever seen. A beautiful sad story told in a way that really truly embodies what technology can do. Bravo, New York Times.