Before hitting the road for Chicago Sunday evening I made it to the Oaxacan printmaking show at the Common Wealth Gallery in the Madison Enterprise Center. These were woodcuts and stencils from the Asemblea Artistas Revolucionarios de Oaxaca (or, ASARO). It was a decent show, and included some terrific stencil works. It is also very informative about the uprising there, about which I have not lately heard much. I couldn't stay to meet people or enjoy the entertainment, but I did ask a guy for a flyer by which to remember the show. He gave me one of their large ones, poster-sized. Here's a Just Seeds post with some more info on this show.