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OLIVIA, MARTIN & GEORGE: HITS Daily Doub

Wednesday, November 23, 2022 Martin Scorsese and Olivia Harrison discussed the inspiration for his poetry book Came the Lightningning: Twenty Poems for George and his life with the late george harrison in conversation at 92nd Street Y. Genesis Publications will release the limited edition volume on 12/6. In the book, Harrison examines her relationship with […]

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Ask 100 people what they think an art forger does and 99 will tell you, “They copy paintings.” In reality, nothing could be further from the truth. And if you think about it, the reason is obvious. No serious art forger could copy a painting just because the original already exists. All you would have […]

First Pick Handmade returns to Heritage ...

Oge Ajibe. Photo credit: David Karuhije First Pick Handmade products Vancouver, BC | First Pick Handmade is coming home this holiday season to Heritage Hall, 3102 Main Street, December 10-11, 2022, 11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. for an intimate and personalized shopping experience. Featuring over 25 artists, makers, and designers, First Pick Handmade’s Holiday Market offers a […]

The Fuller Craft Museum has a food justi...

Amid the inevitable deluge of Thanksgiving-themed feasts, Instagram stories and Facebook posts, an interesting question arises: what about the families who don’t have access to food? The final leg of the traveling exhibit “Food Justice: Growing a Healthier Community through Art” kicked off its opening reception at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA on […]

Mattingly is the featured artist of the ...

Jacquie Brasher An opening reception for “Gas Money” featuring the work of Chris Mattingly will be held Thursday, November 17 from 5-7 p.m. at the Emanuel Arts Council’s Kalmanson Gallery. The gallery is located at 109 North Green Street in Swainsboro. The event is free and open to the public. Chris Mattingly is a poet, […]

Free things to do in Denver this week, N...

December is only ten days away and holiday events fill the calendar. The Mile High Tree has moved to Civic Center Park, right next to the Christkindlmarket brewery, which opened on Friday. And Boulder gets in on the action tonight. Keep reading for ten of the best free events today: Sugar Plum Bazaar Holiday MarketSunday, […]

GoLocalProv | The engraver Jacques Bido...

Thursday, November 10, 2022 Michael Rose, artistic contributor View larger + PHOTO: Michael Rose View larger + PHOTO: Michael Rose With a collegial and tight-knit arts community like Rhode Island’s thriving, it is possible for individuals to make a huge impact on the arts scene. Local engraver Jacques Bidon is one such artist. Bidon not […]

The Minted + Brides Gift Collection

After launching our exclusive stationery edition with Minted, a buyable marketplace made up of a community of talented artists, we immediately started thinking about what we could do next. After all, booking dates, invitations and paper goods are only part of the wedding planning process, and we want to support you every step of the […]

Press profile: 508 Press, founded by Mac...

via @508press on Instagram, cropped Mackie Garrett, founder of Iowa City’s 508 Press, started taking typography classes after being invited to an event at Public Space One by a colleague. “I was at a point with some job changes where I felt a bit of a drift in Iowa City and started going to poetry […]

This new museum spotlights rediscovered ...

The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of broadening the conversation about how public policy affects the daily lives of people across our state.. Lori Brack is an author who has worked in programs and publications for the Salina Art Center, as a college and community writing teacher, and as […]

Basics of Letterpress Printing – Buffalo

[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ _builder_version=”4.16″ custom_padding=”0px|||||” global_colors_info=”{}”][et_pb_row column_structure=”3_5,2_5″ _builder_version=”4.16″ custom_margin=”0px||||false|false” custom_padding=”0px||||false|false” global_colors_info=”{}”][et_pb_column type=”3_5″ _builder_version=”4.16″ global_colors_info=”{}”][et_pb_text quote_border_weight=”2px” quote_border_color=”#ef6826″ _builder_version=”4.18.0″ quote_font=”||on||||||” custom_margin=”||||false|false” global_colors_info=”{}”] Practical lessons at the Book Arts Studio! Learn the ins and outs of letterpress printing. Browse our collection of vintage metal and wood, images (cuts) and ornaments to create a truly unique card or poster. Attendees […]

Peninsula Art Scene | Culture & Leisure

Mary Marsh, vertical scroll: inorientable. BOOKS AGAINST THE WALL: AN ART EXHIBITION INSPIRED BY ORIGINAL BOOKS, AT THE PENINSULA ART MUSEUM IN SAN BRUNO. The Peninsula Museum of Art presents Books Against the Wall, an exhibition of Bay Area book artists who translate their work into multi-media and multi-media projects. These artists use the book […]

Alamo Drafthouse’s Second Mondo Poster A

Alamo Drafthouse has launched a new Mondo poster auction, with the goal of raising money for the Alamo Community Fund – a fund dedicated to supporting charities in each of the communities where an Alamo Drafthouse theater is located nationwide. national. This is the second Mondo poster auction held by the company, with the first […]

New Letterpress and Binding Shop Pays Tr...

STONINGTON — Dana Robinson Campbell, artist and printer, was not surprised to find ink running through her blood. She was surprised to learn that it ran through her line as well. Campbell, 31, is the owner of Shuttle Press & Bindery, a recently opened former printing and binding business in the borough’s Velvet Mill that […]

Fun Free Things To Do In Nashville Right...

There are so many great things to do in Nashville, but unfortunately most of them require cash to experience. Luckily for you, however, Nashville is also brimming with all kinds of free things to do, from music to art to historic tours. Check out the options below whenever you’re looking to spend some time without […]

‘Honored’: Nicola Sturgeon visits Govan’

A family-run print shop in Govan has been ‘honored’ by a visit from Nicola Sturgeon as they attempt to revive the historic trade. Glasgow Press, a traditional print shop, invited the Prime Minister to experience the craft by making prints using three different methods. For many years, Glasgow Press has collected printing presses such as […]

The artist residency program continues a...

A professional art form that has made mass production possible for centuries is currently being taught to Northwestern students by two professionals who have entered the Artist-in-Residence program through the South Central Ohio Educational Service Center (ESC). According to the South Central Ohio ESC, letterpress printing was the normal form of text printing from […]

Books: Craig Jobson’s books will never b

“I have what is called a private press. And when you have a private press, you only print what you want to print. I’m not beholden to anyone,” says Craig Jobson, owner and printer of Lark Sparrow press (1726 Ashland Ave). When the roundtable stopped a few weeks ago as part of Evanston Made’s Open […]

Camelot Studio hosts October 15 fall art...

report card Las Cruces artist Mary Diesel will host “UNCLASSIFIED: Removing Artificial Boundaries and Labels,” a three-day multimedia fall art exhibit. The exhibition is open from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, October 14; 11am-7pm Saturday 15 October; and from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday October 16, with a reception at 2 […]

Bedford Gallery will present ERIN FONG

Bedford Gallery will present Erin Fong | The Sensation of Color, an exhibition that explores how the world’s myriad hues inform society’s everyday experience in subtle and unconscious ways. Through dedicated experimentation, this Bay Area typographic artist and printer explores how color affects a person’s emotional response. Erin Fong | The sensation of color will […]

Milligan Faculty Presents Art Exhibit, ‘

Milligan Faculty Presents Art Exhibit, ‘Chimera’ Posted 1:25 p.m. on Wednesday, October 12, 2022 Milligan University presents a unique exhibition, “Chimera”, featuring artwork from the university’s faculty of art and design, October 14-25 at the Milligan Art Gallery in Derthick Hall. An opening reception was held on Friday, October 14. The exhibition will feature traditional […]

Milligan Faculty Presents Art Exhibit, ‘

Milligan Faculty Presents Art Exhibit, ‘Chimera’ MILLIGAN UNIVERSITY, Tenn. (October 11, 2022) – Milligan University presents a unique exhibition, “Chimera”, featuring artwork from the university’s Faculty of Art and Design, October 14-25 at the Milligan Art Gallery of Derthick Hall. An opening reception will be held on Friday, October 14, from 6 to 8 p.m., […]

Chesterton Art Center exhibiting the wor...

The Chesterton Art Center exhibits the work of renowned artist Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr. and regional printing artists. “Mark My Words” will be on display until November 29. “‘Mark My Words’ is a visual exploration of language and how it interfaces with and shapes contemporary material culture and social concerns,” said Scott Saporiti, Chief Marketing […]

The Small Press Fair is coming to Dania ...

With newspapers across the country dropping daily editions as they struggle to stay afloat, it’s in some ways a terrible time for print. But not at the Small Press Fair, an annual expo in South Florida that celebrates ink-on-paper creativity in its many maker forms and continues to thrive. With a move to new digs […]

Artist Nights – Get Out Buffalo

Thu Oct 6 +more dates 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. “Artist Night” offers something for the artist in everyone. On the first and third Thursdays of the month, Art’s Cafe will be open to artistic creation of all types. Guest speakers, specialty studios, impromptu sketch sessions and more. Bring in your unfinished art projects and […]

‘Hopeful’ Artist Charlie Hewitt Launches

Charlie Hewitt, a Portland artist perhaps best known for his “Hopeful” retro-style neon marquees, has turned to a new art form with the creation of his first digital collection of Non-Fungible Tokens, or NFTs. . Courtesy/Charlie Hewitt “Sharks & Squids” is an NFT that is part of Hewitt’s digital collection. NFTs are crypto assets on […]

PHOTOS: Western Minnesota Reveals for An...

GRANITE FALLS – West-central Minnesota communities were buzzing with art lovers over the weekend as the annual Meander Upper Minnesota River Art Crawl event returned, featuring more than 40 artists in a wide variety of mediums ranging from sculpture, painting and photography. For three days, opening on Friday, September 30 and ending on Sunday, October […]

Saturday Night Performing Arts | Living...

Eureka Main Street presents First Saturday Night Arts Alive on October 1 from 6-9 p.m. Our galleries, museums, theatres, bars and restaurants are open. Some businesses continue to require everyone to wear masks and follow other COVID safety precautions to keep customers and staff safe. Please abide by the standards set by individual companies, be […]

ECOCA neighborhood party, Sun. October 2

New Haven, Connecticut- The ECOCA (Ely Center of Contemporary Art) Block Party takes place Sunday, October 2 from 2-5 p.m. at 51 Trumbull Street, New Haven, featuring music, food, art to make and take, and the venue’s latest exhibition to celebrate the future of ECOCA. Trumbull Street will be closed for the first time to […]

Direct to Garment Printing Market Expect...

NEWARK, Del, Sept. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global direct to garment printing market is expected to offer a lucrative growth opportunity by registering a CAGR of 8.3% over the forecast period. The market is anticipated to be valued at US$822.1 Million in 2022 and is projected to reach US$1,820.1 Million by 2032. The […]

The direct-to-garment printing market is...

Future Market Insights Global and Consulting Pvt. ltd. Europe currently holds the largest direct-to-garment market share with a notable 49% revenue. This is attributed to the growing demand for specialist direct-to-garment printing which offers a wide range of fashion patterns and color combinations. NEWARK, Del, Sept. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global direct to […]

New exhibit at Fisher illustrates healin...

Louise Bourgeois is a French-American multimedia artist known for her work exploring themes of mental health and femininity. His work is featured in the new exhibit at the Fisher Museum. (Darcy Chung | Daily Trojan) Emblazoned on the walls of the newest exhibition at the Fisher Museum, Louise Bourgeois reflects on the powerful nature of […]

Agents of Change – Reed Magazine

Reed art teachers and alumni explore biological fluxes in a new exhibition to coincide with the Venice Biennale. By Amanda Waldroupe ’07 | September 13, 2022 Like any Reed professor, Prof. Geraldine Ondrizek [art] is a teacher-researcher. So when the European Cultural Center (ECC), an international cultural exchange promoting contemporary art, approached Ondrizek to exhibit […]

Norwegian Iddis Printing Museum and Norw...

Norwegian Iddis Printing Museum and Norwegian Canning Museum / Eder Biesel Arkitekter Courtesy of Eder Biesel Arkitekter + 37 To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988817/iddis-norwegian-printing-museum-and-norwegian-canning-museum-eder-biesel-arkitekter Courtesy of Eder Biesel Arkitekter Text description provided by the architects. Charming wooden houses and canneries have long dominated Stavanger’s cityscape and are an important […]

Letterpress Basics Workshop – Buffalo Ri

[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ _builder_version=”4.16″ custom_padding=”0px|||||” global_colors_info=”{}”][et_pb_row column_structure=”3_5,2_5″ _builder_version=”4.16″ custom_margin=”0px||||false|false” custom_padding=”0px||||false|false” global_colors_info=”{}”][et_pb_column type=”3_5″ _builder_version=”4.16″ global_colors_info=”{}”][et_pb_text quote_border_weight=”2px” quote_border_color=”#ef6826″ _builder_version=”4.17.6″ quote_font=”||on||||||” custom_margin=”||||false|false” hover_enabled=”0″ global_colors_info=”{}” sticky_enabled=”0″] Practical lessons at the Book Arts Studio! Learn the ins and outs of letterpress printing. Browse our collection of vintage metal and wood, images (cuts) and ornaments to create a truly unique card or […]

Fake News and Lying Pictures is a master...

Moments before starting my private tour of her masterfully curated exhibition, I asked Maureen Warren the question I’ve been asking myself since learning Fake news and misleading images: political impressions in the Dutch Republic. “Are you worried that viewers will draw too parallels with today’s political media?” just as easily refer to today’s social media […]

Screen Printing Basics Workshop – Step O

Wed, Nov 9 +more dates 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Admission starts at: $130 Practical lessons at the Book Arts Studio! Learn the ins and outs of screen printing. Participants will learn the basics of design for screen printing, preparing and making stencil screens, preparing paper and printing and, of course, hand printing. This course […]

‘Torn Together’ – Times-Standard

Annette Makino has spent the last few years developing a new artistic style. The local artist, well known for her range of Makino Studios greeting cards, prints and calendars, now makes Asian-inspired collages accompanied by quirky haikus. “After 10 years of working with Japanese watercolors and sumi ink, and making quite representative paintings, I was […]

The Fiji Times » The History of the Gove

The establishment of a government in Fiji in the second half of the 19th century, at the beginning of colonization, justified the enactment of laws to guide public life and the management of the machinery of government. Inevitably, this necessitated the establishment of some sort of printing press to publish the laws that were passed […]

Unique Ways to Display Your Wedding Memo...

Your wedding memories are something to treasure forever, so it’s not uncommon for couples to keep sentimental keepsakes like the top of the wedding cake in the freezer for a year, the well-preserved wedding dress in a box, or a tidied up photo album. But, Fallon Carter of Fallon Carter Weddings and Events prefers to […]

Your Guide to the September Art Walk

As summer draws to a close, several new exhibits are opening for the first Friday in September in downtown Phoenix. New City Studio is back in the mix after being closed all summer. His most recent exhibition is “Embracing My Wildlife”, featuring vividly colored paintings of animals and nature. “Everyday MEMEing” at Modified Arts puts […]

World’s Largest Christmas Lights Maze an

Something enchanting is coming to Nashville in November. We all want to experience the magic of Christmas in different ways to get into the Christmas spirit. While there are many options in this department, the most common seems to be checking out Christmas lights. Whether it’s on people’s homes or driving to a Christmas light […]

Arts Vision Grants to help fund local ar...

COLORADO SPRINGS — The Pikes Peak Fund for the Arts Arts Vision Grants from the Pikes Peak Community Foundation awarded a total of $50,000 to eleven local artists and arts programs in and around the community. This year’s winners are: AM Lewis Films was one of the recipients of the funding and it will go […]

Wedding Gifts from the Minted + Brides C...

We independently research, test, review and recommend the best products. Learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Whether you’re attending a wedding, bridal shower or engagement party or looking for something special for your anniversary, finding the perfect gift for someone you love can seem […]

Hawktail Instrumentals Add Storybook Spi...

The music on place of growth, the new third album by Nashville acoustic string band Hawktail, is about a lot. One thing he decidedly doesn’t recall is the late country singer and songwriter Roger Miller. And yet, here on a Zoom chat, quartet bassist Paul Kowert sings the first line of Miller’s children’s song, “Robin […]

Alyson Provax at Well Well Projects

Untitled (I wanna know you know). Typography on Gampi (2022), 5” x 7” Photo by Mario Gallucci There’s a piece in Alyson Provax’s new exhibition of textual works, “There’s So Much I Want to Tell You,” that you can only read if the right gust of wind strikes. Towards the back of Well Well Projects, […]

The Best Nashville Museums to Visit Righ...

A great museum should be more than just a fallback option if your day’s plans are ruined by bad weather. Museums can inspire, inform and entertain, and Nashville is full of options that do all three. From music to cars, high art to intellectual, history to mystery, Music City’s museums have something for just about […]

Printers of the world, unite! Redux – P

Leslie Evans is a printmaker and illustrator with a typography studio, Sea Dog Press, in Watertown, MA. Recently she found my 2020 post “Woodworking Printers of the World, Unite!” and sent me samples of a series of posters she created that year “to address my frustration with the Trump administration and encourage people to get […]

Printer Stan receives a VIP farewell fro...

Developer Robert Hitchins Ltd bid a VIP farewell to its oldest tenant, Stan Lane, when he left the Bond’s Mill estate in Stonehouse after 42 years. The 84-year-old craft printer has moved Gloucester Typesetting Services to new premises in Stroud – and has no plans to retire. Helen Hawke, Head of Assets and Administration for […]

Printer Stan, 84, receives a VIP farewel...

Developer Robert Hitchins Ltd bid a VIP farewell to its oldest tenant, Stan Lane, when he left the Bond’s Mill estate in Stonehouse after 42 years. The 84-year-old craft printer has moved Gloucester Typesetting Services to new premises in Stroud – and has no plans to retire. Helen Hawke, Head of Assets and Administration for […]

Meet the artists behind three new Urbana...

Over the past few months, the town of Urbana has undergone a major mural transformation. The artists behind three of the latest murals, Rafael Blanco, Kinsey Fitzgerald and Lisa Kesler, worked with the features of their unique sites to create vibrant designs, often in record heat. Below is what they shared during our behind-the-scenes look […]

News desk | ILLINOIS

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Internet memes and editorial cartoons use humor and satire to twist events, stoke political divisions, and persuade people to believe a certain side of the story. These images have their origins in the work of 17th century Dutch engravers. A new exhibition at the Krannert Art Museum, “Fake News & Lying Pictures: […]

Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival returns as ...

After two online editions of Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival, the festival returns to a physical space from August 16 to September 25, at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSMH). Organized by the National Heritage Council, the main weekend of the festival will fall on September 3-4. Through its programming, the festival aims to celebrate […]

Artist reception for Katherine Case | C...

Event date: August 20, 2022 (All day) Join Artsy Fartsy Art Gallery in the front yard on Saturday August 20 as we enjoy some of Katherine’s latest works. Here is some information about Katherine and Meridian Press: Katherine Case is a poet, printmaker and former Peace Corps volunteer. Her poetry has appeared in numerous national […]

A guide to what’s happening at Sydney Co

“Art fairs have grown a lot over the last few decades,” says Barry Keldoulis, director of Sydney Contemporary. “I remember when I first took an artist to an art fair in the early 2000s, they were kind of horrified that their babies were being shown in that ‘meat market’.” It’s fair to say that Sydney […]

The PaperSpecs Live in-person design min...

PaperSpecs Live: Chicago!Registration: https://bit.ly/3AdGpVe Event: Thursday, September 15, 20224:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Tickets: $29 early bird rate until September 1/$39 thereafter (Free for PaperSpecs PRO members) Location: Fairlie, Chicago Palo Alto, CA – Three years after PaperSpecs launched its first in-person design mini-conference in Chicago, PaperSpecs Live returns to Windy City on September 15, […]

The writer who made the countryside enjo...

TODAY, many city dwellers look forward to entering the country, especially in the summer, but it was not always so. Roads were often in very poor condition and even when the advent of toll roads made it easier for travelers to get around there was always a risk of theft, especially in places like Bagshot […]

Welcoming the Public as Rockwall Art Lea...

ROCKWALL, TX (August 8, 2022) The Rockwall Art League is honored to welcome artist Matt Bagley as the featured artist for the month of August. Matt trained as an engraver at the University of North Texas, and he currently uses woodcuts (often on handmade paper) as his preferred method of bringing his vision to life. […]

Free things to do in Denver this week, A...

Another hot weekend full of cool events including a big second Friday for local galleries. You can also explore the mysteries of mushrooms or just sit back and enjoy a movie under the stars. Keep reading for ten of the best free events in Denver this week: The South Park 25th Anniversary ExperienceFriday August 12 […]

Get Out: Ten Breathtaking Hikes on Color...

Some mountain beaches attract swimmers, picnickers and those looking for quiet places to paddle. Others attract experienced hikers willing to work for the view. Before the snow starts to fall, explore the scenic trails of these ten alpine hikes on Colorado lakes: cathedral lakeaspenDifficult, 5.4 miles round tripLocated nearly 12,000 feet above sea level, Cathedral […]

August 2022 Opportunities: Open Calls, R...

 Opportunities Image © Katharina Grosse Each month, Colossal shares a selection of opportunities for artists and designers, including open calls, grants, fellowships, and residencies. If you would like to list an opportunity here, please contact us at [email protected]. You can also sign up for our monthly opportunities newsletter. Open calls Faena Prize for the […]

Paper Epiphanies Launches Earth’s First

Sad Girls Bar NFTs Debut Physical Typography Collection PORTLAND, Oregon, July 29, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Paper Epiphanies, greeting card publisher and concept store, today announced the launch of the first-of-its-kind Web3 card collaboration with metaverse favorite Sad Girls Bar. This collection is the first in an ongoing initiative by the company in what they call – OG […]

Shueisha Releases Eiichiro Oda’s One Pie

Just a few days later One Piece Celebrating the 25th anniversary, Shueisha unveiled a special A play series creator Eiichiro Oda’s art collection worth over 1 million yen. The collection was recently revealed as part of Shueisha Manga-Art Heritage and includes two collections with a total of three artworks. In case you are unfamiliar, Shueisha […]

Busy month of exhibitions and events at ...

Eclectic Mix by Michele Morrod Spokesperson David Abu said: “Get ready to explore the wealth of local creative talent at Colonnade House that we have yet to come. “In August, Tom Boulton of typetom.com is once again transforming the gallery into his print studio, and you’ll find an interactive exhibition between dinosaurs and the trippy […]

Ithaca Artists’ Market – The Voice of It

August 12, 2022 12:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The 30th Annual Ithaca Artists Market. See live. Buy it local!Friday, August 12, 12:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Ithaca Farmers Market The Community Arts Partnership’s Ithaca Artist’s Market is back for the 30th year.On Friday, August 12, from noon to 7:30 p.m., the annual Ithaca […]

Grateful Dead, Foo Fighters Among CT Art...

For concert poster collectors, perhaps no artist has influenced the culture of the medium as much as Alton Kelley. The Connecticut-born artist, who worked for a time as a welder at Sikorsky in Stratford, helped define the visual aesthetic of the 1960s counterculture with his psychedelic-inspired posters and artwork . At the time, Kelley’s work […]

Badger Tag & Label offers digital facade

Last year, the global conventional and rapid prototyping market was valued at just over $22 billion. This is expected to continue to rise and is expected to reach $78 billion by 2031. In order for a quick and working prototype to be created that looks exactly like the proposed final product, many companies rely on […]

Win tickets to WWE Summerslam in Nashvil...

The biggest party of the summer, WWE SummerSlam, is July 30, and we’ve got your chance to be a part of the action! SummerSlam is one of the biggest events held by WWE each year. I for one can’t wait to see what happens THIS Saturday, when WWE takes over Nashville, Tennessee for one epic […]

“When Your Gift Starts Hindering Your Pe

Special features “When your gift starts to hamper your performance…”: Epiphany The Must-Have Colby Minifie Opening Night Gift Discover the art prints The boys the actor makes as opening night gifts. Colby Minifie can’t stay still. Although it currently appears Off-Broadway in the Lincoln Center Theater Epiphany and her series regular role as Ashley Barrett […]

There’s a cool new piece of public art a

One of the things we love about Metro Phoenix is ​​the countless pieces of public art that dot the desert landscape. And now we have something new to watch, as Scottsdale Public Art has just launched its new commission. Denver artist Annette Coleman’s piece is called Pinball Wizard, and it’s located on the wading pool […]

Anthony Burrill launches his archive of ...

The site, anthonyburrill.xyz, contains graphic ephemera, which Burrill selected from his physical archives and sketchbooks. It was created in collaboration with designer/developer Neal Fletcher and Richard Nicholls. There are 500 pieces in the archive, all of which can be filtered by various interesting categories, including Ampersand, Arrow, Icon, Illustration, Letterform, Numeral, Stamp, Stencil, Ticket, and […]

Six things to do this weekend in the Pho...

Looking for something to do this weekend that doesn’t involve camping in front of an air conditioning fan? That’s where we come in, because we’ve put together a list of activities this weekend where you can escape the heat and have fun while doing it. Over the three-day period from Friday July 15th to Sunday […]

Digital printing continues to grow: Smit...

By Wayne Robinson | July 15, 2022 The latest Commercial Printing Market Report from industry analyst Smithers, available for just €5,950, indicates that over the next five years, digital printing will continue to grow in volumes and value, while lithography will remain static. Digital printing: growth continues According to Smithers in 2017, the analog printing […]

Final Kazoo! Fest is going this week

The team behind Kazoo! Fest decided to call it a day after their 2020 festival, but two years later, Kazoo! Fest will finally celebrate with one last hurray PRESS RELEASEKAZOO! PARTY*************************For four action-packed days, Royal City will celebrate the latest episode of Kazoo! Festival from July 14 to 17. The popular music and arts festival […]

Will grow rapidly in the near future 203...

Industrial Label Market: By Type (Warning/Safety Label, Brand Label, Weatherproof Label, Equipment Label, Multi-Cut Label, and Others), By Printing Technology (Digital Printing, Flexography, Lithography , Screen Printing & Others), By Material (Metal & Polymer), By Mechanism, By Industry Vertical & By Region – Global Industry Sizing, Growth, Trend, Opportunity & Forecast (2020-2025) The Global Industrial […]

Curator archives gun violence through ar...

In 2015, Susanne Slavick, artist, curator and art professor at Carnegie Mellon University, organized Dump, a collective exhibition of more than 22 artists. The purpose of the exhibition was to probe the culture of widespread access to firearms and its consequences. Some of the works were explicit about their subject matter: Everest Pipkin’s “162 Free […]

HALIFAX ReTALES: Third time is a charm f...

It’s been 11 years since Andrea Rahal opened the charming Inkwell Modern Handmade and Letter Press boutique on Market Street in Halifax. In the spring of 2017, she moved her boutique to Brunswick Street, and now Rahal has opened Inkwell in the outlet’s new home at 1453 South Park St. I asked Rahal about the […]

Nine things to do this weekend in the Ph...

Think there’s nothing to do in the Phoenix subway in the middle of summer? Think again. This weekend, you can see the latest works of a beloved local artist, hang out with horror enthusiasts, or catch a game featuring the best professional football team in the valley (spoiler: this are not the Arizona Cardinals). Below […]

Your Guide to Mad Monster Party Arizona ...

Everyone loves a good scare once in a while. Hence the long-running popularity of the horror genre, including films like the recently released hit The black phone or TV shows like stranger things. Events like the annual Mad Monster Party Arizona, a weekend-long local horror fandom convention, also tap into that love for the genre. […]

Four things to do this week in the Phoen...

The scorching days of summer officially arrive this week, which means temperatures are only going to get hotter and more miserable over the next couple of months. The best thing to do, however, is to try to stay busy in order to make the summer pass more quickly. Best of all, all of the following […]

[EXCLUSIVE] Kevin Tong San Diego Comic-C...

Artist and illustrator Kevin Tong somehow manages to infuse a sense of kinetic ethereal energy into all of his artwork. They often cause a feeling of stopped motion, as if time has stopped in the middle of a tornado. His work has appeared on the Atlas Obscura travel calendar, concert prints, a series of infographic […]

Phoenix’s Boycott Bar Stars in The Lesbi

As Boycott Bar owner Audrey Corley prepared for her final hours on set with The Lesbian Bar Project, she was trying to figure it all out. “To be recognized — just the appreciation for what you do and to see your life’s work come to fruition, I can’t put it into words,” Corley said of […]

July 2022 Opportunities: Open Calls, Res...

 Opportunities Image © Amanda Browder Each month, Colossal shares a selection of opportunities for artists and designers, including open calls, grants, fellowships, and residencies. If you would like to list an opportunity here, please contact us at [email protected]. You can also sign up for our monthly opportunities newsletter. Open calls The 13th Epson International […]

Designer Ofir Mizrahi on creating variou...

Led by Israeli designer Ofir Mizrahi, Ofir Design is a New Orleans-based brand and design studio that provides full service, from identity to tone of voice. If ever a potential client needs reassurance about the high-quality results they will get, all they need to do is take a look at the mind-blowing work of the […]

Frost Type Foundry Enters the Digital Wo...

This impressive resume comes from designing and publishing his own font collection and collaborating with top agencies such as Pentagram and Six. However, it is the launch of the Frost website that looks set to take its innovative type work to the next level. Presenting its mission statement on its frankly beautifully designed site – […]

Ink Rats: The Power of Old-School Printi...

LANCASTER, Pa.—Ken Kulakowsky has ink on his hands. He stands behind a black velvet rope with a sign reading “Only club members .918 beyond this point” and powers the 1909 Chandler and Price printing press by pressing a pedal, rotating a flywheel and the ease of its 64 years. experience in letterpress printing. Kulakowsky, a […]

Mancos Common Press welcomes artist-in-r...

Saba, a Navajo muralist, will be the 2022 Artist-in-Residence for the Mancos Common Press. (Courtesy picture) A new director takes the reins; planned expansion project The 2022 Artist-in-Residence for Mancos Common Press will feature visual artist Saba from July 5-11. Saba is a Diné artist from northern New Mexico and specializes in murals, screen printing […]

Summer of MORE’ Emojis – Win a trip to t

99.5 WKDQ has your chance to win a trip to the Gaylord Opryland Resort this summer! Need some fun and excitement in your life this summer? How about a trip to Nashville, Tennessee with a stay at the Gaylord Opryland Resort? Nashville is a short drive from the Evansville area, and there’s so much to […]

Mancos Common Press welcomes artist-in-r...

Saba, a Navajo muralist, will be the 2022 Artist-in-Residence for the Mancos Common Press. (Courtesy picture) A new director takes the reins; planned expansion project The 2022 Artist-in-Residence for Mancos Common Press will feature visual artist Saba from July 5-11. Saba is a Diné artist from northern New Mexico and specializes in murals, screen printing […]

Relax for less at these Metro Phoenix ho...

There are definite advantages to taking a vacation rather than a vacation this summer. With gas at $5 a gallon and rising, the idea of ​​a road trip just doesn’t hold much appeal. Choosing a local hotel or resort as your getaway destination dramatically reduces travel time, allowing you and your family, friends or whoever […]

The Newsroom – New York, New York

Long before the days of Googling movie times and watching trailers on YouTube, people had to rely on their local newspaper to find out what new movies were playing in their town. Many productions ran advertisements in the newspaper, ones that functioned as mini-movie posters featuring the art and credits to entice readers to go […]

Win a trip to the Gaylord Opryland Resor...

We are lucky enough here in the Tri-State to live a short distance from the big city of Nashville. With all it has to offer, it’s the perfect distance for a day trip or a weekend getaway. Of course, one of the great things it offers is the Gaylord Opryland Resort, and we’re giving you […]

Eight things to do this weekend in the P...

Congratulations, you have successfully completed another week of work and have approximately 72 hours until it’s time to clock in again. If you could use a few suggestions to fill all that free time this weekend, here are eight things to do in the Valley from Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26. Pancake and […]

High Street Marketplace selling seconds,...

Between the increases in the cost of gas and food lately, it can be really hard to scrounge up that extra cash for things that aren’t strictly necessary. But if you’re looking to treat yourself or a friend without breaking your budget, you should consider heading to the Overflow Market, scheduled from 11 a.m. to […]

Your Guide to First Friday of July Event...

Beat the heat at indoor events on the first Friday of July in downtown Phoenix. The Heard Museum and the Phoenix Art Museum will host free admission on Friday evening. Five15Arts will host its annual “Plus 2” exhibition, which features exhibitors chosen by the 12 gallery members. Phoenix-based artist Pete Petrisko will feature photographs of […]

Yto Barrada wins the world’s most import

Franco-Moroccan artist Yto Barrada was presented with the Queen Sonja Print Award, the world’s most important award for graphic art, by Her Majesty Queen Sonja of Norway during an awards ceremony at the New Munch Museum in Oslo. The jury praised the work of Yto Barrada “continuous search for new forms of expression, pushing the […]

The Third Thursdays of Summer on the ‘Tr

Sunset, art, drinks, music = the ‘Troop’Top vibe at the WaterFire Arts Center on Thursdays, June 16, July 21, and August 18, this summer. Valley neighborhood favorite Troop PVD is bringing the drinks (+ snacks!) to WFAC for these three summer nights, you can check them out on the street where they serve creative food, […]

Glastonbury Free Press back alongside re...

The Glastonbury Festival is back this week for its first post-pandemic outing and the free on-site printed newspaper for revelers is also back. The first issue of this year Glastonbury Free Press was released and began distribution at the famous Somerset Festival yesterday (June 23). It features exclusive interviews with co-host Emily Eavis as […]

A PCAL professor uses a unique art form ...

Hailing from rural Tennessee, Professor Natalie Tyree will spend her summerexamination of a subject deeply rooted in his personal identity: rural culture andgenerational studies. Tyree is Assistant Professor of Graphic Design atthe Potter College of Arts & Letters Department of Art and Design which was recentlyreceived a university-wide Research and Creative Activities Program (RCAP) grant […]

The medieval art that inspired ‘Game of

Call it art history meets HBO. Towering castles, knights on horseback, wizards in flowing robes and roaring long-necked dragons fill the galleries of the Getty Center this summer. A new exhibition delves into the intersection of medieval life and pop culture, showcasing ancient artifacts from the Middle Ages that have inspired decades of literature, television, […]

Arion Press Announces Edition of Patti S...

San Francisco — The Arion Press, one of the nation’s leading fine-press artists’ book producers, announces the publication of wool collection, a very special collaboration between two contemporary creative masters. Patti Smith is a punk rock icon, renowned singer-songwriter and author whose first published prose work, written thirty years ago, is an incantatory memoir of […]

Spoof brand guidelines satirize white ma...

As design geeks, we all love a style guide, as evidenced by the success of publishing company Kickstarted’s Handbook of Standards. So award-winning Leeds design studio Split took that popularity and gave it a satirical twist. Assuming that the form of corporate brand guidelines, the manual of White Man ™ identity standards is published this […]

Nine new and unexpected places to see ar...

What was originally intended to be a roundup of just five new galleries to check out, quickly expanded as more and more less obvious art spaces revealed themselves to me… Most places of this list were created by artists looking for means of exposure. art, support other emerging artists and build community. Here’s who, what, […]

IS Projects opens an engraving studio in...

A jack-of-all-trades when it comes to textual art, Ingrid Schindall, 32, hopes to usher in a print revival in Miami with her print studio, IS Projects. “Letterpress is a funny thing. It’s like being half antique, half collecting and half mechanic because you have to maintain all the presses,” says Schindall. And she does. Since […]

Art, with an asterisk

SANTA FE, NM — Asterisks are akin to marginalia, footnote, aside, afterword. Legacy Russell, curator and author of Glitch feminism: a manifesto (2020), focuses on her 2021 lecture “On Footnotes,” in which she considers footnotes “as a conceptual and theoretical framework and a radical site of black, queer, feminist, and decolonized creative praxis.” An exhibition […]

ECU Notes: Summer School Mixes Printing ...

Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, Kingdom ofBangladesh, People’s Republic […]

Announcement of 2022 McKnight Book Artis...

Minneapolis, MN – Please join us in congratulating 2022 McKnight Book Artist Fellows, CB Sherlock and Corinne Teed! CB is a typographer, book artist and paper engineer, and Corinne is a research-based artist working in printmaking, book arts, temporal media and social practice. CB and Corinne will both receive $25,000 in unrestricted funds to explore […]

Letterpress Printing Basics Workshop – G

Thu, Sep 15 +more dates 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Admission starts at: $180 This is a three-part course and participants must attend all 3 dates: Thursdays 15, 22 and 29 September from 6-8pm. The final class can last until 8:30 p.m. Learn the ins and outs of letterpress printing. Browse our collection of vintage […]

HeadCount shares details of the D’Angeli

As Dead & Company prepare to embark on their annual summer tour starting June 11 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, the nonprofit Effective unveiled a new set of custom guitars that will be auctioned off for charity at each concert. AJ Masthay, a contemporary artist hugely popular with Grateful Dead poster collectors, has designed […]

15 hidden gems for shopping in the Strou...

With fashion boutiques and quirky gift shops, beautiful garden centers and specialty retailers, support independent businesses in the Stroud district by shopping local. In partnership with Stroud District Council | stroud.gov.uk Stroud District Council provides essential services to residents and local businesses in Stroud, Stonehouse, Dursley, Minchinhampton, Nailsworth, […]

THINK INK | Press services

Summer courses mix typographic printing and problem solving Posted on June 03, 2022 by Students mix ink with problem solving and critical thinking in an experimental letterpress printing class at East Carolina University this summer. Everything from bubble wrap, chipboard and mylar to traditional wood and cast metal type is used for letterpress printing, an […]

McHenry County College adds to its perma...

An exhibition by artist Hope Wang at McHenry County College has ended, but three of her works will remain at Crystal Lake College. McHenry County College purchased three letterpress prints from “The Vacant Plot of Sky” show, which was on display from January through March. Wang also visited the college in February to talk about […]

Your guide to the June Art Walk

It’s the first Friday again in downtown Phoenix and several galleries are open with new exhibits beginning June 3. Roosevelt Row will feature its usual First Friday party with more than 70 art vendors, live music and food carts from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. along Second, Fourth and Fifth Streets, which will be closed […]

First Saturday Night Performing Arts | ...

Eureka Main Street presents First Saturday Night Arts Alive on June 4 from 6-9 p.m. Our galleries, museums, theatres, bars and restaurants are open. Some businesses continue to require everyone to wear masks and follow other COVID safety precautions to keep customers and staff safe. Please abide by the standards set by individual companies, be […]

‘They’re trying to sink us’ – Sparkbrook

Desperate small business owners in Sparkbrook have struck out after the council imposed a huge increase in charges – driving out at least one shopkeeper. The huge increase in quarterly service fees for tenants operating on the Montgomery Street commercial estate is ‘unprecedented’, say struggling traders. They are now considering a legal challenge, saying the […]