LA Printers Fair
Oct. 14, 2017
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!The 9th ANNUAL LOS ANGELES PRINTERS FAIRSATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 2017 A “Celebration of Letterpress, Book Arts & Paper,” the Los Angeles Printers Fair at the International Printing Museum in Carson is the largest letterpress gathering of its kind in the West.The Los Angeles Printers Fair at the International Printing Museum in Carson, CA, is an annual celebration of book arts, letterpress, printing, and paper. With the backdrop of the world’s largest collection of working antique presses, each year 1,500 visitors and 80 artists/vendors gather to experience the creative world of book arts and artistic printing. For more information download this years LA PRINTERS FAIR 2017 FlyerINTERNATIONAL PRINT MUSEUM315 W Torrance BlvdCarson, CA 90745 (map)
July 8, 2017
Saturday, July 8th from 10am - 1pm Discussion of upcoming "Give and Take Exhibition"
Dec. 1, 2015
Of Interest
Since 2008 the thinking person's favorite online resource for interesting printmaking miscellany...A great blog with all sorts of print related articles that expand the boundaries of printmaking as both a practical and conceptual practice. Printeresting posts regularly and one look in the archives and you realize they are really creating a dialogue that is stimulating and....interesting!
The Renowned American Mariano Cebellos
Dec. 1, 2015
Of Interest
There are many interesting instructional videos about printmaking on You Tube. Some are from artists, schools and museums. These are great to share with your students or when you need a refresher course once in awhile.  Minneapolis Institute of Art has produced some very thorough presentations:ReliefIntaglioLithographyScreenprinting
Oct. 1, 2015
Our New Members show is closing with a panel discussion on: Prints Pulled by Hand: Past and Present: the Significance of the Hand in Our Mechanized AgeJoin us at Azusa Pacific University - West Campus! Here's the event details
The Red List
Feb. 1, 2015
Of Interest
Most of the leading California artists of the second half of the twentieth century, from Wayne Thiebaud to David Hockney and Ed Ruscha, were both painters and printmakers. Printmaking flourished thanks to the establishment of print workshops where artists could benefit from the technical know-how and inventiveness of expert printers.The most notable were Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles, founded in 1960; Crown Point Press in San Francisco, founded in 1962; Gemini G. E. L. in Los Angeles, founded in 1966; and Cirrus Editions, also in Los Angeles, founded in 1970. Drawn from the museum’s own print holdings and some local private collections, this exhibition is an anthology of outstanding works by California printmakers of the period.For those unfamiliar with printmaking processes, it also serves as an introduction to the various techniques involved—lithography, screenprinting, etching, and so on. The main printmaking terms are briefly explained in a glossary available in the galleries.February 22 – May 31, 2015
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