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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Love Litho? Study at Tamarind!

Image from Tamarind Institute's website
Love litho? Love printing? Consider the Printer Training Program and/or the MFA in Collaborative Lithography at Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Application deadline is 15 January 2017 for the 2017–18 year.

For more information, check out http://tamarind.unm.edu/

Monday, December 5, 2016

Love Printing? Intern at Island Press!

Image courtesy Island Press
From Island Press' website:
Island Press at Washington University offers a limited number of internship opportunities for students and artists interested in print collaboration and arts administration. . . . Internships are unpaid, but students may receive up to 3 units of academic credit. Summer internships are unpaid, but interns will receive an honorarium of $1,000 to help offset living expenses.
What a great opportunity! Be sure to check out Island Press' website to learn more: http://islandpress.samfoxschool.wustl.edu/

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Beyond Printmaking 5 Symposium

What: BP5 Symposium
When: March 24 –March 25
Where: Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

Today many contemporary artists who originally started with printmaking as their primary medium continue to use it in a conceptual or altered technical form to create visually captivating and socially or politically engaging discourses through interdisciplinary approaches. For Beyond Printmaking 5, we chose Patricia Villalobos Echeverría as juror because she is an artist whose practice embodies this vision.

The BP5 Symposium, as an extension of Beyond Printmaking 5, will address the melding of the hybrid processes that allows printmaking to be a perfect vehicle in STEAM education. With so many possibilities in printmaking's future, we will also address the implications of technology with regards to traditional printmaking process.

The BP5 Symposium will present opportunities to discuss the exciting possibilities of printmaking as it embraces not only traditional processes of sculpture, photography and installation, but also insinuates itself into engineering, computer science, and beyond.

For symposium and registration details, visit the website: http://www.depts.ttu.edu

The Beyond Printmaking 5 Symposium is a free event. Please register if you will be attending. Only registered guests will be accommodated at the BP5 Symposium Print Fair and Closing Dinner.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Thank you Brodsky Center and Rutgers!


Thank you to the Brodsky Center and Rutgers University for bringing together several university printmaking studios at your beautiful facility. Here we are on the steps of the Zimmerli Art Museum. Thank you to Paola Morsiani, Acting Director of Brodsky Center, for taking this photo and sharing it with us.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Sarah Sze at CVAD and Nasher Sculpture Center


Sarah Sze Question and Answer session
November 2, 1:00 to 2:30 pm. Lightwell, CVAD Art Building

Sarah Sze Patzy R. and Raymond D. Nasher Lecture
November 2, 7 pm. Nasher Sculpture Center
Registration required: art.unt.edu/nasher-lecture

There is a bus going from the Art Building to the Nasher and back that evening. You have the opportunity to indicate whether you'd like to ride the bus when you register for a seat. Gather in the Lightwell of the building. The bus will leave at 4:30 and return by 10:00 pm. Once all the seats have been claimed, we will begin a waiting list. I'd ask those of you who have a seat you will not use to let us know so we can offer it to someone on the waiting list.

Suggested reading: 
Website: http://www.sarahsze.com/
Art21: http://www.art21.org/artists/sarah-sze
Joyce Beckenstein, "Fragile Balances: A Conversation with Sarah Sze," Sculpture 31, no. 7 (September 2012): 24-31. Available as a pdf through the UNT Libraries

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

This week at PRINT: Welcome back Linda Ridgway

Work by Linda Ridgway
Thank you to Linda Ridgway for coming to the press and signing printer's proofs for our crew! Thank you to Katherine Brimberry of Flatbed Press for your ongoing support and contributions to this project!

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Dir. Lari Gibbons at MAPC

Visual Elegy at MAPC (photo credit: Nancy Palmeri)
Work by Director Lari Gibbons was included in an exchange portfolio curated by Nicole Hand for the 2016 Mid America Print Council conference at Indiana University Southeast. Entitled Visual Elegy, the project asked participants to create an original print in response to bell hooks’ recent book, Appalachian Elegy. bell hooks is an acclaimed social activist, feminist theorist, artist, and native Kentuckian.

Visual Elegy has also been shown at Murray Art Guild (Murray, KY) and the Yeiser Art Center (Paducah, Kentucky).