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3456 Evaline Street
Hamtramck, Mi 48212
USA

HATCH is a grassroots collective of artists from Hamtramck and the greater Detroit area. It exists to support, grow and promote local art and artists.

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Now through January 11 2014

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Interiors: Artwork by Lindsey Harnish

Cafe 1923 Coffeehouse

2287 Holbrook Ave

Hamtramck, Michigan 48212

Opening Reception on Friday, December 6, 6-9pm.

Anatomically inspired paintings in encaustic, acrylic, oil and mixed media that meditate on human nature.

Lindsey Harnish's art explores the interior life and how we are elements of a greater world. In encasutic, acrylic, oil and other mediums, the paintings delve into the subtler nuances of human nature, often incorporating anatomical elements and woodland motifs. Harnish strives to capture the ineffable: scattered notions, vague dreams, but also the endurance of beauty amidst the dark. Her work, an eclectic blend of techniques from Art Nouveau and Lowbrow to the whims of children’s picture books, has been exhibited throughout metro Detroit, including the Scarab Club, the Damned Exhibition and Russell St Industrial Center.

Between Places 13

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Between Places is an exchange and exhibition project between artists from Detroit and Chicago, exploring a sense of place. Curated by Chido Johnson and Kirsten Leenaars.

OPENING: Thursday Oct 17th 6-9 pm
HATCH 3456 Evaline, Hamtramck, Michigan 48212
FOLLOW UP EVENT at FILTER DETROIT 9.15-11 pm
12645 Moran Street, Hamtramck

Participating artists from Chicago:
Lise Baggesen
Kendall Babl
Thomas Rapai
Erin Toale
Tara Morton
Jason Friedes
Dasha Filippova

Opening Saturday, September 14

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Santos y Milagros
Artwork by Adrienne Lesperance

Hatch Gallery, 3456 Evaline St., Hamtramck

Opening: Saturday, September 14, 2013, 6 pm – 10 pm
Show runs through Saturday, October 12, 2013
Gallery Hours: Saturdays, 1-6 pm beginning September 21st
Third Thursday, September 19, 6 pm – 9 pm

Saints and Miracles. You can believe in whatever God you want or none at all. I think, though, that everyone can agree that good people come into your life. Crazy things happen sometimes, unexplainable things. Your life is touched by other people in positive ways. My work is always inspired by my life and by the people closest to me. In this series of paintings, the stories of family become the stories of myth or of saints. Actual events are spun into dramatic narratives. They become something bigger, greater. But in my view, they are portrayed in these portraits as momentous, as grand, and as influential as they truly are to me in life. 

Passage: A Photography Exhibit by PD Rearick - Opens July 27

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This exhibit considers the coincidence of moving towards a destination and where light meets the journey. Transitions are made more significant when illuminated, since progress can be gauged based on the light passed through. A little glow adds value to the passing moment, whether artificially or naturally lit, such as street lamps on a darkened highway, radiance between rain showers, or high beams on a country road. These images recreate the special moments of brief security these pinpoints of light offer.

PD Rearick has a BA in Photography from Columbia College and an MFA in Photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art.

Hatch Gallery, 3456 Evaline St., Hamtramck

Opening: Saturday, July 27, 2013, 6 pm – 10 pm
Show runs through Saturday, August 31, 2013

Gallery Hours: Saturdays, 1 pm - 6 pm beginning August 3rd

June on Jefferson, Fridays and Saturdays until July 6

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Hatch at June on Jefferson
Coffee and ( ___ ), 14405 East Jefferson, Detroit, MI (Map)
Friday-Saturday, June 14 - July 6, 2013
In conjunction with the 10th Annual Jazzin’ on Jefferson outdoor music festival, the Jefferson East Business Association (JEBA) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Urban Priorities Committee, local entrepreneurs, architects, and artists have joined to create June on Jefferson — a month-long pop-up business series.
Selected businesses will set up shop inside five newly renovated storefronts in the heart of the historic Jefferson-Chalmers commercial district.

Hatch helped arrange for the art now on the walls at the "Coffee and ( ___ )" pop-up cafe, including work by Marty Winters, Christian Helser, Alexander Buzzalini, Sean Bieri, Laura Macintyre, and Molly Murphy Landis, and featuring a special original mural by Stephanie Chisholm.

Doors open on Friday, June 14 on the inaugural night of Jazzin’ on Jefferson and will remain open every Friday and Saturday until July 6, 2013. For more information, visit www.juneonjefferson.com.

June 8 through July 6

Mariuca Rofick


SAY YES!
Solo Exhibition by David Edward Parker
SAY YES! presents a collection of images and objects that refuse the notion of linear time and story telling; instead they present all the stories in a single moment. This moment is an endless middle, where there is no resolution—only the continual same.
Hatch Gallery, 3456 Evaline St., Hamtramck
Opening: Saturday, June 8, 2013, 6 pm – 10 pm
Show runs through Saturday, July 6, 2013
Gallery Hours: Saturdays, 1-6pm beginning June 15.

Hatchback 7: Show Closing Saturday, May 25!

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Gallery Hours: 1pm to 9pm
Studio Open House 3pm to 6pm
Artist Talks: 6pm to 7pm
Live Performances by Tinder Tiger and Emily Rose
: 7pm

 
3pm to 6pm - Studio Open House
Explore the building and see what our studio artists are up to.

6pm to 7pm - Artist talks featuring:
Neil Ahrens
Salwan Georges

7pm to 9pm - Music by Tinder Tiger followed by Emily Rose

 

No Cover!
Refreshments available (big thanks to Kuhnhenn Brewery)

HATCHBACK 7 is a juried art exhibition sponsored by Hatch. The Hatch building, opened in 2012, is the home to a community arts space including the Hatch Gallery, community work space and 11 private artist studios. Regular gallery hours are 1-6 PM on Saturdays. Something happening every Saturday through May 25!