PRINT MONTH 2022 WEBINAR SCHEDULE

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ONLINE PRINT MONTH PROGRAMS
All Zoom Webinars at 12:00 Noon ET

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4th

The Creative Spirit; Robert Blackburn & the Printmaking Workshop
With Phil Sanders, master printer and author of Prints & Their Makers (2020).

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5th

Emma Amos, Elizabeth Catlett, and Betye and Alison Saar — a Brief History of Black Women in Print
With Lisa Farrington, Author of “Creating Their Own Image: African American Women Artists” and Tanekeya Word, founder of Black Women of Print. 

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6th

Aquatint: From Its Origins to Goya
With Rena Hoisington (National Gallery of Art), author of the 2022 IFPDA Foundation Book Award recipient, Aquatint: From Its Origins to Goya.

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th

Kinngait Studios: Six Decades of Printmaking and Prosperity in the Canadian Arctic
A conversation and virtual studio visit with William HuffmanAudrey Hurd, and Juumi Tapaungai. Moderated by Elisa German and Galina Mardilovich. Presented by the Association of Print Scholars. 

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11th

Starting a Career in Prints and Printmaking (Everything You Always Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask)
With Niels Borch Jensen (BORCH Editions) and Jade Forman (Spelman College). Presented by The Atlanta University Center Art History + Curatorial Studies Collective.

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12th

Print Study Day Presented by The Metropolitan Museum of Art: New Insights in Print Studies from the Late Gothic to Van Gogh

  • The Late Gothic Engraving Revisited with Dr. Joyce Zelen (Radboud University)

  • Prints in Imitation of Drawings in the 18th and 19th Centuries with Dr. Benedetta Spadaccini (Biblioteca Ambrosiana)

  • “An everyday miracle”: Van Gogh’s Early Lithographs with Dr. Ashley Dunn (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13th

Tamarind Press (Albuquerque, NM); A Virtual Studio Visit and Conversation
With Diana Gaston (Director), master printers Valpuri Remling and Brandon Gunn, and gallery director Kylee Aragon Wallis.

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th

Celebrating Three Decades at Crow’s Shadow and Looking to the Future of Native American Printmaking
With Executive Director Karl Davis and Master Printer Judith Bauman. Moderated by curator Rebecca J. Dobkins (Hallie Ford Museum of Art) and Professor Marwin Begaye (University of Oklahoma’s School of Visual Arts). Presented by the Association of Print Scholars.