Saturday, March 11, 2017
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
$40/$35 Intuit Members

In this three-hour workshop, you will learn basic book binding techniques to get started in the book arts. We'll discuss materials, tools, and methods for making variations of books, such as pamphlets, stab bindings, and other common non-adhesive bindings, but will focus primarily on learning the Coptic Stitch. You will walk away with a small hard cover book by the end of the session!

Instruction provided by Chicago-based artist, Regin Igloria founder of North Branch Projects.

North Branch Projects uses the book arts to expand the creative reach of individuals. Dialogue is encouraged between people in an inclusive setting, making it possible for ideas to have a positive impact in the place we live. The studio community fosters an open approach to sharing work with new audiences and encourages collaboration and integration.

Learn more about North Branch Projects at

FLAK Performance Series

Thursday, February 23, 2017
7:30 p.m.
$5 suggested donation at the door

FLAK returns to Intuit for an evening of musical and improvisational performances. Join us for an unforgettable night of experimental music.

NbN Trio (Nora Barton, Billie Howard, Nomi Epstein) 
Explores sonic textures through manipulation of acoustic instruments to investigate various color combinations between instumental forces, while also creating juxtapositions of textural strata.

Weston Olencki
A New York City based trombonist and composer specializes in the performance and production of new music.

Jesse Langen
A classical and electric guitarist, seeks to push both the technical boundaries and the conceptual functions of the instruments.

Jen Hill
Makes stuff with sound, image, music, ideas, internet, jokes, etc.

Slow Flow and Self-Express Yoga

Sunday, February 19, 2017
1 p.m.
$15 suggested donation at the door

Join us for a day of yoga with the backdrop of outsider art. Ignite your creative fire with a meditative, slow flow yoga class led by Eva Baldinger. 

Stay after class for a DIY Henry Darger-inspired workshop, using found and re-used materials to create new pieces. Beginner artists and yogis are encouraged to join this exploration!

Support Wheels for Women's Interlink Foundation with a tax-deductible donation to Seva Soul in partnership with Village Cooperative Inc via Crowdrise. Click here to view the fundraiser page!

Curator Talk: Henry Darger's Writing
with Michael Bonesteel

The Henry Darger Room Collection Photo by John Faier

The Henry Darger Room Collection
Photo by John Faier

Saturday, February 18, 2017
2 p.m.
Free and open to the public

Henry Darger curator and scholar Michael Bonesteel will address some of the major issues in Darger’s epic novel, In the Realms of the Unreal, and discuss their relationship to the artwork in the exhibition he assembled at Intuit, Henry Darger: Author/Artist.

There is no question that Darger had his own “voice,” that he wrote from a definite perspective and that his personality pervaded his work. Even when he borrowed texts from other sources, he transformed them into his own vernacular. But why should we read the work of a writer who violates most of the rules of English grammar and what we are accustomed to recognize as “good literature?” Bonesteel discusses the problematic internal inconsistencies, contradictions and lapses within Darger’s Realms, as well as how his juxtapositions of fatuous humor, childish charm, sentimentalism, poignancy and graphic gore make his work so surprising, strange and somehow compelling.

Michael Bonesteel is an adjunct assistant professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the author of Henry Darger: Art and Selected Writings (Rizzoli International), the first definitive publication in English on Darger.

Valentine Portrait Slam

Art by Stephon Doby

Art by Stephon Doby

Saturday, February 11, 2017
11 a.m.-3 p.m.

We are hosting a Valentine Portrait Slam in collaboration with Project Onward! Bring your sweetheart and let Project Onward's artists create a unique masterpiece that you both will cherish.

Artists will create your portrait immediately or work from a photograph for later completion. Portraits typically are 30 minutes each.

Single Portraits:
David Holt: $40
Stephon Doby: $40
George Zuniga: $40
Fernando Ramirez: $50

Double Portraits:
David Holt: $50
Stephon Doby: $50
George Zuniga: $50
Fernando Ramirez: $60

Schedule your portrait with the artists at (708) 990-0041 or email Walk-ins also welcome! 

Project Onward is a nonprofit studio and gallery for professional artists with mental and developmental disabilities.

Learn more about Project Onward at

Intuit at Outsider Art Fair 2017

Thursday, January 19: Early access 2-6 p.m., Vernissage 6-9 p.m.
Friday, January 20: 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Saturday, January 21: 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sunday, January 22: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
New York, NY

Intuit is excited to return to Outsider Art Fair New York for its twenty-fifth edition. The Fair will feature more than 60 galleries from nine countries, including eight first-time exhibitors, showing work by self-taught artists from their respective regions.

We will be selling Intuit's original publications at the Fair. Stop by our booth and say hello!