Westminster Press Opens On Cherokee Street This Weekend

By Sarah Stallmann
In Culture

Nicholas Curry and Tucker Pierce have announced the grand opening of their new Cherokee Street storefront for their art organization, Westminster Press. The Washington University graduates have been earning buzz for their work, which highlights artists of marginalized identities such as queer folk, women, people of color and their allies.

Photo courtesy of Westminster Press.

Photo courtesy of Westminster Press.

Thanks to a successful Kickstarter that put $10,000 into their business, the duo will open a 1,500-square-foot space on Cherokee Street this weekend that will feature an art gallery, consignment shop and printmaking studio. The grand opening event is Saturday, Dec. 5 from 6-10pm and will feature local artists Lauren Cardenas, Cole Lu, Catalina Ouyang, Emmeline Soloman, in addition to a preview of Westminster Press classes and workshops, and complimentary beer by Earthbound Brewery. Ten percent of the evenings sales will benefit the St. Louis Metro Trans Umbrella Group. For more information, visit Westminster Press on the web.

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