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Opening of the exhibition “Two Printmake

ROCHESTER – The Franklin Gallery at RiverStones Custom Framing, 33 North Main Street in Rochester, will host an exhibition during the month of June titled Two Printmakers, featuring the work of Barrington artists Ron and Diane St. Jean. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, June 2 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The public […]

“Everything But A Car” Day at TN High Sc

George Jones would be proud. One of country music’s best stories revolves around the country music icon and a riding lawn mower. MAYBE GEORGE JONES HAS SET THE STAGE FOR ‘EVERYTHING BUT A CAR’ DAY Long before he came to Nashville and long before he got sober for good, Jones was still living in southeast […]

Making memories at the Kalamazoo Book Ar...

Memories are the theme of two projects at the Kalamazoo Book Arts Center this spring. “Memoir,” an exhibit of paintings, prints, and writings by Maryland writer and artist Mary Proenza, takes a look at her family’s struggles. KBAC’s typographic book, “Truth Comes Slow,” with illustrations cut from Proenza linoleum, features a short story by Los […]

The art and the art of engraving

When Gutenberg invented the printing press in the 15th century, he revolutionized the world. Writers could now replicate their work at a fraction of the time and cost it took before – and for the first time in history, anyone could access (and learn) important information about the world around them. . But Gutenberg’s press […]

The market spills beyond its borders

By Brian Slattery, New Haven Independent May 18, 2022 The Town Green District’s New Haven Night Market once again drew throngs of people as the event closed the intersection of Orange and Crown and its surrounding streets to vehicular traffic, turning those blocks into a bustling bazaar of food, arts and crafts. But there was […]

18th century portrait of Caterina Cornar...

Nicosia – Cypria is delighted to announce the auction debut of a magnificent 18and century portrait of Catherine Cornaro represented as Saint Catherine which is based on the original painting by Titian, at his Fine Arts evening sale, to be held on 25and of May at Gallery K Nicosia. Dated to 1542, the original masterpiece […]

Michael Gill’s woodcut exhibition focuse

Creative research is something that is often difficult to maintain. Too often an artist only finds a limited market for their work, or they may also find the process of promoting their work to a wider audience daunting. This is why it is important to support local places that offer exhibition spaces conducive to this […]

OMA and Library Street Collective reveal...

The Library Street Collective (LSC) contemporary art gallery builds further on its vision to reanimate Detroit’s East Village neighborhood as a community-driven cultural hub for the Motor City. As announced late last week, LSC, which itself is housed in the historic LB King and Company building in downtown Detroit, has acquired a long-vacant industrial building […]

Pocket Full of Miracles – Isthmus

Mordecai Book Building is a one-man book store just west of Middleton. It’s on the edge of the Driftless, in a house that started life as a stone schoolhouse in 1861. There are fields out front, but it’s minutes from Highway 14. The small operation might seem like a both spared and, in the manner […]

OMA New York plans LANTERN as arts and c...

OMA New York, led by partner Jason Long, has announced its involvement in a mixed-use arts and community project for two local nonprofit groups in Detroit. The adaptive reuse project encompasses the transformation of a vacant 1900s commercial bakery and warehouse into a contemporary educational and public space for the local arts community in Detroit’s […]

50 creative entrepreneurs each receive $...

Isaac Bower was tinkering one day in his Polish Hill art studio, playing with leftover pieces of artwork that a client had commissioned. Some of the shapes had hooks and interlocked, creating interesting patterns. Although the job paid well, it felt a little empty with the exclusivity of doing fancy things for rich people that […]


May 04, 2022 Mothers’ Day is this Sunday, May 8. Whether she’s looking for a new book to snuggle up to or looking for some much-needed rest, we’ve rounded up some gift ideas for every type of mom! Check out some of our favorite gifts from local shops right here in the Short North Arts […]

Your guide to the May Art Walk

Events on the first Friday in May include a wide variety of delicacies. This first Friday will feature a variety of works from a new lowrider art exhibit ‘Desert Rider’ at the Phoenix Art Museum, ‘Eden’ at New City Studio which features mediums like watercolors and floral designs and works by l visual artist Rodrigo […]

Grapheme is the central district’s cozy

Tweezers in hand, Mandolin Brassaw concentrates like a surgeon in the operating room as she places tiny 6-point metallic letters into a curved tray. She spells out the words of a poem by Yayoi Kusama, which she will later print on a card adorned with a vintage postage stamp as part of a series of […]

News from across the Canton area

Native American Celebration Saturday AKRON — The Ohio Native and Veteran Legacy Celebration, a celebration of Native American culture, will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Springfield Baptist Church Youth Building, 1920 Krumroy Road. There will be food, an information and culture table, and vendors. Admission is $5; children under […]

The Typographic Experience: A Q&A with P

Professor Ankerson in front of his typographic material. Hannah Choi | Voice Washtenaw by HANNAH CHOIDonor When you walk through the front door of WCC graphic design teacher Ingrid Ankerson, you might not know exactly what you’re looking at. A giant, dated mechanical monstrosity is the centerpiece of his home studio with a smaller, even […]

Festival to celebrate Plymouth’s inspiri

A new arts festival, Print in Action, has launched in Plymouth. The festival at Ocean Studios with the aim of bringing printmakers together and celebrating print in all its inspiring forms. Since the founding of the Plymouth School of Art in 1856, the city has been a destination for artists and designers. But this is […]

7 Aussie creatives explain how they budg...

“A new dress or a new pair of shoes will bring pleasure in the short term, while investing in property, a solid new car or a new work computer will pay off in the long run.” I don’t know what your relationship to money is, but my bank account looks like an impractical sieve: the […]

On behalf of our animal neighbours: a pr...

April 25, 2022 Editor’s note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable Spring 2022 graduates. Emily Harding spends a lot of time thinking about cities and how to improve them. Emily Harding, College of Global Futures Outstanding Spring 2022 Graduate Download Full Image “Over 50% of the world’s […]

Graduated in film and business to utiliz...

April 25, 2022 Editor’s note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable Spring 2022 graduates. Download Full Image Valeria Valdes Cosillion’s earliest memory of falling in love with the arts dates back to age 3 when she attended her uncle’s performance in “Cats” for her local university in […]

Came the lightning

Came the lightning Came the lightning is published in a signed limited edition of 1500 copies. The first 500 copies of the edition are presented in the form of Deluxe boxes. Each deluxe copy is signed by the author, Olivia Harrison. The 104-page volume of poetry and photographs is fully bound in yellow cloth with […]

A futuristic vision with a nostalgic twi...

ALBUQUERQUE — Fronteras del Futuro: Art in New Mexico and Beyond at the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) in Albuquerque explores contemporary issues related to the border state and similar multicultural regions through works of art that draw on science, technology, fantasy, personal stories and cultural identities. The exhibit draws on speculative fiction, which is […]

What’s new at Mu? Michael Gill exhibiti

Woodcuts and artists’ books can be viewed in the “Michael Gill: Adults Keep Talking / Nobody Knows Why” exhibition in Studio M at the Massillon Museum until June 1. A podcast interview with Gill will be posted on on May 17. The museum will host a free public artists’ reception from 5-7 p.m. on […]

In the Boston area, find a typewriter co...

In the Boston area, find a typewriter collection and repair shop and a still-working Linotype machine Sales of this item are up nearly 50% over last year, according to some retailers. No, not casual clothes — typewriters! Updated: 8:30 p.m. EDT April 14, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript A NEW GENERATION OF USERS? >> MAYBE […]

Livingston Letterpress in Oakton, Virgin...

Livingston Letterpress prints (courtesy photo) Before the children, Melissa Livingston was a book and calendar designer. Once her youngest was in school, she started thinking about what she was going to do next with her professional expertise. “I was a stay-at-home mom for many years, so my graphic design skills were pretty antiquated,” says the […]

ART Magdalena to present the artists of ...

The Village of Magdalena continues to be recognized as one of the best small art towns in the United States, home to a number of artists and artisans, and to showcase the talent found in the village, Warehouse 1-10 and the Village Press Print Studio have joined forces to host the Art Magdalena Gallery and […]

The stunning new exhibition at the High ...

What does the word love mean to you? The new exhibition of the High Museum of Art: “What is not said, love” seeks to understand the concept of love and how it works in different areas of our lives. Over 35 artists specializing in a multitude of different mediums all explore love, relationships, self-understanding, community, […]

Morgantown History Museum Launches Print...

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The Morgantown History Museum launched a new printmaking exhibit in Morgantown on Monday. This new exhibit celebrates the history of Morgantown printers and displays printing artifacts showing how things were printed in the past. “It’s about the history of printing and specifically the history of printing in Morgantown, WV,” said Patricia Dudley, […]

Interior art | Forces of nature, power ...

Woodcut A Changing World by Karen Kunc, 2021, 11 x 15 inches. (PHOTO SUBMITTED) ROBERT ROWE Woodblock printmaker, printmaker, and book artist Karen Kunc channels her experience growing up in the Midwest, particularly Nebraska, into her full color prints. “My prints suggest extreme weather conditions and natural forces at work, a sense of micro/macrocosm against […]

Artist in Residence at Hartwick College ...

Hartwick College welcomes printmaker as artist-in-residence Hartwick College’s Department of Art and Art History welcomes printmaking artist Emily LR Adams as a Round House Press Artist-in-Residence, on campus April 6-12. The college’s professors of printmaking, typography/book arts, and photography founded Round House Press in the 1980s; each RHP project invites an artist in residence to […]

Elliah Heifetz proves herself with “Firs

Elliah Heifetz (pronounced “High-fits”) knows the value of a good song. He wouldn’t be here without him. The New York-based lyricist releases his first country album, first generation americanthis Friday, April 1. Produced by Andrija Tokic, the album defiantly claims country music on behalf of people whose authenticity within the genre is questioned. Heifetz’s grandfather, […]

5 Best Impression in Anaheim, CA

Below is a list of the best print shops in Anaheim. To help you find the best print located near you in Anaheim, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. Anaheim’s Best Impression: The top rated Impressions in Anaheim, CA are: SCNG printing – enthusiastic about what they do […]

April is dripping with arts and entertai...

Don’t let April fool you, it’s packed with artistic activity, from stunning art exhibitions, film screenings and festivals to music performances and lectures. Be sure to check out the rich variety of films screened at this year’s DisOrient Film Festival, plan an evening at the theater to see the moving drama “God Said This,” or […]

Scranton businesses show support for Ukr...

An effort in Electric City to support the Ukrainian people has taken off. Storefronts and buildings across the city are decked out in blue and yellow. SCRANTON, Pa. — The Diocese of Scranton is just one of many places that now fly the Ukrainian flag. A special mass was held at St. Peter’s Cathedral on […]

Big Ears festival expected to draw crowd...

Knoxville, Tenn. (WATE) – Knoxville comes alive as the Big Ears festival kicks off and many visitors come to town. Performers aren’t the only ones enjoying a crowd. Local businesses are expected to see many new faces stopping by their stores and restaurants. “It’s a great international music festival, and it really brings a lot […]

Rala: A Place for Locally Made Gifts, Wo...

Wednesday March 23, 2022. Edward Cruz / Contributor From everything Dolly to a one-of-a-kind gift for a friend, Rala, located in historic Old Town Knoxville, offers vibrant and dynamic artwork and merchandise for many occasions. The women-owned business originally got its start in 2010 on Union Avenue before making the small but sweet move to […]

12 last-minute local gifts you can buy y...

Mother’s Day is just around the corner and there’s plenty you can gift your mum across Liverpool She spent years picking up your dirty socks off the floor, chasing you to school when you forgot your PE kit, and hugging you when your last love broke your heart – and she is always there with […]

5 Best impression in Cleveland, OH

Below is a list of the best print shops in Cleveland. To help you find the best print located near you in Cleveland, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. Cleveland’s best impression: The top rated Impressions in Cleveland, OH are: Foot print – has the ability and experience […]

Polka Press Open Studio – Isthmus

Madison has long been a center of progressive printmaking, and this day opens some of the inner sanctuaries to the public. Madison College will showcase its brand new state-of-the-art printing lab on the Truax campus from 1 to 4 p.m. with demonstrations, souvenir letterpress printing, and the opportunity to screen print a t-shirt. Polka Press, […]

A visit to Archie’s Press on 10th Street

Text and photos by Stacie Joy I can’t wait to meet Archie Archambault, the mind behind Archie’s Press, a new print art and card shop at 219 E. 10th St between First Avenue and Second Avenue. Also an East Village resident, Archie greets me at the shop before office hours, shows me the prints, cards […]

EV Grieve: Archie’s Press

Text and photos by Stacie Joy I can’t wait to meet Archie Archambault, the mind behind Archie’s Press, a new print art and card shop at 219 E. 10th St between First Avenue and Second Avenue. Also an East Village resident, Archie greets me at the shop before office hours, shows me the prints, cards […]

A look back at 50 years of creating beau...

Godine, who speaks quickly, with traces of a Bostonian accent, can get carried away when it comes to books, and speaks of printers as one speaks of movie stars. He also likes to mention typefaces – Bembo, Baskerville, Garamond, Caslon and Janson come up often – and the names of fine papers: Amalfi, Fabriano, Nideggen. […]

King Library Press Spring Book Arts Week...

LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 17, 2022) – Join University of Kentucky Libraries’ King Library Press for its Spring 2022 Book Arts Weekend with Traveling Printer Chris Fritton. Fritton will kick off the weekend with the free public lecture “Painting with the Press” at 7 p.m. Friday, March 25, in the Great Hall of the Margaret I. […]

Explore the Mid-West Historic District

Looking for something to satisfy your sweet tooth? Step into Sassie Cakes for a hit of cookie dough, a French macaron, or a dumpster cup – a version of “cake in a jar, only better!” Pictured: The brass rail entrance and wall painting Henry’s is the foodie destination for […]

Print for all – Isthmus

Madison has long been a center of progressive printmaking, and this day opens some of the inner sanctuaries to the public. Madison College will showcase its brand new state-of-the-art printing lab on the Truax campus (room D1507) from 1-4 p.m. with demonstrations, souvenir letterpress printing, and the opportunity to screen print a t-shirt. Polka Press, […]

The 2022 Mann Libraries Conference offer...

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Tia Blassingame, Ben Blount, and Tamar Evangelestia-Dougherty — members of the Book/Print Artist/Scholar of Color Collective — will be the distinguished speakers at the 2022 Penn State University Libraries Charles W. Mann Jr. Lecture in the Book Arts on Thursday, March 31 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. via Zoom. During […]

Explore and download over 220,000 Japane...

“Actors Arashi Kitsusaburō (R) and Sawamura Kunitarō (L)”, Ukiyo-e print by Gigado Ashiyuki, 1828. (Photo: MFA via Japan has a rich and colorful artistic history. At the end of the 17th century, woodblock printing became a popular means of artistic expression. Known as ukiyo e– i.e. pictures of the floating world – these stunning […]

Things to do in Denver this weekend, Mar...

It may be chilly outside, but the entertainment options are really heating up for the weekend. Aspen is having a big birthday, local runways will be full of fashion, the curtain is going up on new theater offerings – and it’s your last chance to catch Kate Rattlesnake. Check out our list of free events […]

Kickstart Town Hall, a women-run event s...

Lauren Beno and Denise Day, who have been best friends for a decade, began talking several years ago about using their collective marketing skills to open an event space in the heart of Santa Fe’s arts district. These efforts, Town Hall Collaborative, will open in May, but Day and Beno hope to raise enough funds […]

A Paper Fashion Show Creates a Runway Wo...

Brielle Killip is not a fashion designer, although she is making two dresses for an upcoming fashion show. She also doesn’t use fabric to make the dresses – they are created from paper. Killip is making the dresses for the upcoming Paper Fashion Show, which has been held every spring since 2004 (except for last […]

A Facebook hack could have wiped out Tim...

It’s an old rule in comics: never believe that something is really gone if there’s no body. And even then, wait. That’s what came to mind when Time Warp Comics and Games in Boulder went radio (or internet) silent in late January. There were rumors that Time Warp was gone, but luckily that wasn’t the […]

Hear our cries projects youth policy

PlatteForum’s ArtLab program offers studio internships for select Denver-area high school students to develop their artistic sensibilities through workshops and projects with professional artists. The program encourages interns to explore social issues through works of art; the most recent internships will culminate in the exhibition Hear our cries, which is now visible until Friday, March […]

‘Nineteenth Century Photography in Colum

by David Sokosh and Lisa Weilbacker The CCHS presents the third series of spring 2022 conferences: ‘Nineteenth Century Photography in Columbia County’ a zoom discussion by David Sokosh & Lisa Weilbacker Join Lisa Weilbacker and David Sokosh as they examine early photographs from the CCHS collection, discuss their place in photographic history, and share information […]

Is printing in Xerox’s future?

Premium commentary and analysis Is printing in Xerox’s future? Three years after the introduction of a new business strategy, Xerox is organized into traditional printing and services, PARC Innovation, CareAR and FITTLE. Yet it’s the roughly $200 million share of Print & Services’ roughly $525 million free cash flow that funds Xerox’s new business. What […]

Things to do in Denver this weekend, Mar...

Don’t let the changing weather keep you from getting out and enjoying Denver. This weekend is full of women’s bonding events, film festivals and entertainment. Don’t miss our list of free events here, as well as our great art roundup here. Keep reading for more ways to fill your time this weekend, all events are […]

My Little Book of Life: Montevideo typog...

MONTEVIDEO – It was a morning in October 2017 when Luanne Fondell heard the hum of the printer in the next room and knew. Her husband, Dan, had completed the final version of “My Little Book of Life”. That night, they left their Dawson home in an ambulance en route to the Mayo Clinic in […]

Westword Mo’Print Essentials for 2022: W

The region’s biennial printmaking month 2022, popularly known as Mo’Print, has been sprouting exhibitions large and small in the city since January. But the celebration becomes official in March, starting this weekend with a slew of First Friday openings and events, including these Westword Choice of Mo’print. Here is the first installment of our Mo’Print […]

RiNo 2022 Mural Program Announces New Pl...

The RiNo Art District has solidified its monthly lineup for the 2022 RiNo Mural Program, and it kicks off with Women’s History Month artists, who will begin creating their mural next week. Molly Bounds and Sidney Masuga will paint the recital wall in EDENS Alley from Tuesday March 8th to March 21st. The project marks […]

Six more ways to immerse yourself in imm...

While Meow Wolf Convergence station and RiNo venue Beacon offer more permanent immersive experiences, Denver is about to be immersed in temporary immersive events. Immersive Van Goghwhich debuted in October, is joined by Immersive Frida Kahlowhich opens today, March 3, and will share the Lighthouse Art Space. And in the meantime, Lumonics has started offering […]

Living Arts | Living Arts!

Presented by Eureka Main Street. Our galleries, museums, theatres, bars and restaurants are open. The mandate of the inner mask for vaccinated people has expired. However, many 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 […]

Where to buy art prints: Saatchi Art, Et...

Whether you’re sprucing up your living room or decorating a new place, art can do a lot for your walls and vibes. However, knowing where to buy fine art prints can be the first sticking point in starting your collection, as traditional art galleries can be daunting, especially if you are unfamiliar with the art […]

Colorado Poet Laureate Bobby LeFebre spe...

Bobby LeFebre became Colorado’s eighth Poet Laureate in 2019, making him the youngest and first person of color to be named to the prestigious position in the program’s 100-year history. The honor follows an already impressive career in award-winning poetry and drama, the latter with his play North Coastwhich was about the gentrification of Denver. […]

Reflections on Tanekeya Word’s Black Wom

Black printmakers have gone unrecognized and misunderstood in Western art history. In this feature, Janyce Denise Glasper talks about the advocacy group, Black Women of Print, launched by Tanekeya Word in 2018, as an entry point to educate the world about black women printmakers, saying, “With Black Women of Print on the move to honor […]

Avi Kaplan teams up with Joy Williams fo...

Avi Kaplan’s latest single “All Is Well” is a haunting and witty duet with Joy Williams that will stay with you. The track is taken from Kaplan’s upcoming solo album Floating on a dreamdue out May 20, which was produced by Shooter Jennings and mixed by Trina Shoemaker. Kaplan, former member of the a cappella […]

Incarcerated voices in the radio spotlig...

A new Internet radio station launched today, March 1, featuring a wide variety of music, thought-provoking conversations, deeply felt stories, news, interviews and more, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 7. And this comes straight to you from the Colorado prison system. Inner thread is the first project of its kind in the […]

Global Offset Inks Market Latest Researc...

The last Offset Ink Market Research Report, offering robust insights into the potential size and dynamics of the industry over the forecast period, aims to help clients make informed decisions regarding their investment plans and strategies. A descriptive overview of the industry segments scoring the best revenue prospects is […]

City-wide arts initiative connects artis...

First Saturdays Evanston is an arts initiative that invites the community to explore and learn about Evanston’s thriving arts scene. Held on the first Saturday of every month, Evanston Made, an Evanston-based non-profit arts organization, works with artists, arts organizations and business owners to showcase Evanston’s creative community. Run by artists, this monthly event is […]

The Williamston couple keep the typograp...

WILLIAMSTON, Michigan — Limner Press in Williamston is home to a more than 100-year-old letterpress printing press. It is owned by Donald Bixler and Wendy Shaft, who have been married for 37 years. “We do copying, designing, business cards, preparing letters, you know, letterhead, which can be letterpress, printed or just on our laser copier. […]

Art Attack: Months of Burning Shows and ...

A diverse mix of Mo’Print (Month of Printmaking) shows begin to multiply exponentially this weekend as the official month of March approaches. But there’s plenty more to get excited about, with new exhibits at Union Hall Denver, Rule Gallery, Colorado Photographic Arts Center and Pirate: Contemporary Art Space. K Contemporary is celebrating a big anniversary […]

Pamplin Media Group – Daily: Portugal Th

Check back here for updates on happenings in the entertainment and culture world of Metro Life. {filler:graphics-local-news-localnews.jpg} WEDNESDAY FEB. 23 Pickle Specials — The Portland Pickles have announced some of their 2022 promotions for home games at Walker Stadium. The Pickles are the local summer baseball team made up of collegiate players playing in a […]

Ten things to do for free in Denver this...

The snow must continue! Denver’s downtown ice rink just closed, but the Ruby Hill Rail Yard terrain park has resumed operations, providing a place to ski for free every day. And don’t miss a very special concert in Boulder today. Keep reading for more details.Free day at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science Sunday, […]

February 16, 2022 | Short

Public health effort aims to curb COVID-19 in jails and prisons A U of M Healthy Youth Development – ​​Prevention Research Center (PRC) team aimed at increasing trust and uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine among prison and prison populations in Minnesota is making progress, thanks to its Community Advisory Board. Each member of the CRP’s […]

How fake IDs are created for movie and T...

The Hand Prop Room and prop guy Ross MacDonald show us how they create fake IDs for movies and TV. They demonstrate how to create driver’s licenses, passports and government IDs for movies like “Superbad” and shows like “Boardwalk Empire.” They also walk us through some of the legal issues around falsifying identities for fictional […]

LEGO Letterpress: Bird species from the ...

Inasmuch as Art #birds #Lego #engraving February 14, 2022 Grace Ebert 35 birds. All images © Roy Scholten, shared with permission In 2017, designer Roy Scholten and his collaborator Martijn van der Blom introduced LEGO into their typography workshops for elementary school students. Small and accessible to most, the ubiquitous plastic bricks were easier and […]

Lots of little things add up, recent pri...

Spectrum after Kelly, 2022. Julia Samuels. Engraving. “A Lot of Little Things Add Up” is a month-long exhibition of recent prints and their processes from Overpass Projects. On view in the WaterFire Arts Center gallery from Thursday, February 10 through Sunday, March 6, 2022. A public opening is scheduled for Thursday, February 17 from 6-9 […]

This Week in Milwaukee: February 10-16, ...

Thursday February 10 Brian Lynch Quartet @ Bar Centro, 7:30 p.m. Presented by the Milwaukee Institute of Jazz, multi-Grammy award-winning trumpeter and educator Brian Lynch returns for a concert in his hometown with Mark Davis on piano, Jeff Hamann on bass and Kyle Swan on drums. Proof of vaccination is required for entry. Lynch’s resume […]

Print Jam | Denver Art Museum

Overview Ready to roll up your sleeves? Aren’t you afraid to get ink on your fingers? Museum visitors of all ages are invited to explore printmaking with three hands-on, walk-in workshops. Create your own handmade paper and letterpress print with InterOcean Studio. Run a block of linoleum through a press to create a relief print […]

Love Letter Paper Co. Goes Analog

When Kate Rademeyer was in college, she took printmaking courses that allowed her to study lithography, printmaking, and typography. “I absolutely fell in love with these printing processes,” she recalls. Since then, she has started working with analog materials, and the printing processes she learned in school are now seen more as art forms than […]

Delicious Champs de Man Ray is 100 years...

Coverage of Delicious Fields1922 From left to right: Man Ray. Self-portrait with camera. 1931; Man Ray. Tristan Tzara. 1931 One hundred years later, we started looking at MoMA Delicious Fields album, which, significantly, is number one in the edition of 40. After frequent requests from outside scholars, it was clear that this important work deserved […]

Your February 2022 art walk guide

Make the most of the nicest weather of the year and take advantage of the first Friday of February events in downtown Phoenix. Those in the mood for a stroll can head to Roosevelt Row for the pop-up market at the Welcome Center on Second and Fifth Streets. The market will run from 6pm to […]

‘5 Minute Stories for Family Time:’ A Bo

At the end of 2020, I reviewed Britannica Books 5 minutes of truly true bedtime stories. Now the editor is back with Truly true 5 minute stories for family time. It’s another great way to pass on the love of reading, culture, science and the world around us to young children. What is 5 minutes […]

Art magazines: the flesh is arranged dif...

No Heroes Developed, 1970, by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi PIC: © The Hunterian, University of Glasgow Flesh Arranges Differently, Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow **** Mohammad Barrangi: Anything is possible, Edinburgh printmakers *** Register to our daily newsletter The newsletter mute the noise Leema Nammari and Louise Ritchie: Presence of Absence, Edinburgh Engravers**** Sun Wukong in Gachie, […]

Ken Daley, who gave his ‘heart and soul’

January 28, 2022 At ODU, Ken Daley is perhaps best known for founding the printmaking program, teaching lithography, printmaking, screen printing, typesetting, and typography. Daley is shown with Norfolk entertainer and former ODU Lorraine Fink. The Lorraine and Dr. H. William Fink Art Fellowship is named in his honor. By Joe Garvey When Dianne deBeixedon […]

Art magazines: the flesh is arranged dif...

No Heroes Developed, 1970, by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi PIC: © The Hunterian, University of Glasgow Flesh Arranges Differently, Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow **** Mohammad Barrangi: Anything is possible, Edinburgh printmakers *** Register to our daily newsletter The newsletter mute the noise Leema Nammari and Louise Ritchie: Presence of Absence, Edinburgh Engravers**** Sun Wukong in Gachie, […]

Kenneth Daley Obituary (2022) – Norfolk,

Kenneth Glenn Daley, Jr., of Norfolk, Virginia passed away on January 17, 2022. Ken was born on December 7, 1941, the first son of Kenneth and Edna Daley. He and his brother, Leo (Lee) Joseph, were born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ken graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with his BFA […]

‘And Then She Said: Voices of Feminists

Jessica Spring on the left and Chandler O’Leary on the right. Photo by Jane Carlin. “And Then She Said: Voices of Feminists Past and Present,” an exhibit at UW Libraries Special Collections, highlights the work of Dead Feminists, a collaborative project between local artists Chandler O’Leary and Jessica Spring, and brings the Women’s story words […]

All About Arts, Tigers and Traditional C...

It looks like a busy weekend in Kuala Lumpur. Check out these arts events that aim to bring the community together and rediscover the joys of creative work…all with a festive twist as we prepare to usher in the Year of the Black Water Tiger. A Teagerrific New Year’s Eve Celebration Location: GMBB, Jalan Robertson, […]

Lincoln Park move helps boost Duluth pri...

Janelle Miller pumps a cast iron lever with her foot. Large wheels spin and turn as she hands-feeds sheet after sheet to capture a fresh layer of ink in her letterpress printer. Miller can produce around 400 works of art per hour on this machine, which weighs 2,500 pounds and was built in the early […]

The Write Stuff: Cute Stationery by Rhod...

Photography by Meaghan Susi ‘We’re all in this together’ letterpress stationery set in pink and lilac, $21 for a set of five, Color Quarry Letterpress, Hand painted thank you card, “Things Will Look Up” card and orange birthday card for cat lovers, $5 each, all from Tatutina, “Greetings from the Couch” postcard, $1.50; […]

Bellingham author and illustrator Phoebe...

Phoebe Wahl has wanted to be an artist for as long as she can remember. Her unique childhood, growing up in the South Hill area of ​​Bellingham, fostered this creativity. “My childhood had a huge impact on my artistic pursuits,” she says. “I was out of school for most of my childhood, which is a […]

Gingerly Press in Lawrenceville mixes ol...

Lindsay Schmittle believes in doing things the old-fashioned way, and that includes using a Chandler & Price typography built in 1915. The 3-ton craft and other vintage gear are housed at Ice House Artist Studios in Lawrenceville, where the young redhead runs Gingerly Press. Inside the historic building, she painstakingly creates everything from art prints, […]

Arts West Gallery Show – Itty Bitty Prin

At the December 2020 winter solstice, locked up during the pandemic in Athens, Ohio, Fiona Avocado, an engraving student in the Masters of Visual Arts at Ohio University, was pondering what she wanted for her late birthday. February. Fiona wanted a collection of tiny prints and decided to make it a reality by hosting the […]

Morgan Wade longs to break free in stell...

Morgan Wade’s first record on January 28 Reckless will be reissued with six new tracks, including the new single “Run”. Wade gently describes the heaviness of painfully going through another day while wanting to get out of the situation that weighs on her. She contemplates her desire for change, as well as the path that […]

Exhibition with jury by members of the M...

MENDOCINO, CA – The Mendocino Art Center celebrates the creativity of its member artists with the annual Members Jury Exhibit, January 7 through February 26, at the art centre’s three galleries. The selection process leads to an exceptionally creative, high quality and much anticipated gallery showcasing a wide range of new artwork including paintings, ceramics, […]

Could the “peace talk” save the planet?

Could the “peace talk” save the planet? by Lindsay Key |January 5, 2022 Poet Padraig Ó Tuama (left; photo by Trevor Brady) and Columbia social psychologist Peter Coleman are teaming up to explore the power of language when it comes to promoting peace, security and sustainability through the world. “Peace on Earth” is a popular […]

Art review: “Merge” at Stelo

If I ever find myself thinking about paper or printed art, my mind hardly ever wanders off to ghosts. However, as I browsed through Stelo’s group exhibit, “Coalesce,” I couldn’t get the ghosts out of my mind. On each piece of the show hangs the ubiquitous and disturbing spirit of a pandemic. This makes sense, […]

The exhibition at the Partners Gallery s...

MENDOCINO, CA – On January 6, 2022, the Partners’ Gallery in Mendocino will open its doors for a unique exhibition on the fine arts of letterpress printing featuring three eminent women specializing in different aspects of the art of book. Entitled “Three Letterpress Printers Enter a Hangar: The Renegade Letterpress Work of Felicia Rice, Theresa […]

Bauhaus typography at 100

The Bauhaus School’s graphic design legacy has been extensive, informing tastes of Kamekura Yusaku’s iconic 1964 Tokyo Olympics identity, with his condensed sans-serif font; Malcolm Garrett’s 1977 Orgasm Addict design for Buzzcocks, featuring an upside down photomontage image of Linder Sterling and a font that wraps around a sharp corner; and Neville Brody’s art direction […]

Your guide to the artistic walk of Janua...

There is plenty to do to celebrate the First First Friday of 2022 in downtown Phoenix. Museums like the Heard Museum and the Phoenix Art Museum and the Phoenix Art Museum will offer free admission (or a voluntary donation) to current exhibitions, including “Extractive Landscapes” at PAM and “Remembering the Future” at Heard. . “Generation […]

Sadie Barnette Recovering from her fathe...

Can you describe what goes on at work? It is made up of two pages from the 500-page surveillance file the FBI amassed on my father, Rodney Barnette, who in 1968 founded the Compton Chapter of the Black Panther Party. My family filed a FOIA application in 2011 and about five years later we finally […]

Review: An Australian Alphabet by the So...

what’s new, music-theater-arts, art criticism, An Australian Alphabet The Southern Highlands Printmakers formed in 1993 as a group of printmaking enthusiasts based in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. Many artists have a national and international influence, others are emerging or simply on the run. They are all technically accomplished in their dedicated printmaking […]

TAMIU’s Laredo mobile typography brings

Traditional letterpress printing has caught on in Laredo with a series of community events hosted by students, faculty, and staff at Texas A&M International University (TAMIU). Together, they have collectively spent the past year creating vibrant works of art made from ancient typographic equipment. During the Spring 2020 semester, TAMIU Assistant Art Professor Jesse Shaw […]

Watch Chris Young surprise his dad with ...

For country stars, one of the best parts of being successful in the music industry is being able to support the people they love the most, and no one knows the joy of giving better than Chris Young. The superstar surprised his dad with the Christmas gift of a lifetime this holiday season: a brand […]

Licorice pizza pinball machines, Alamo D...

Alamo Drafthouse Celebrates Release of Writer / Director Paul Thomas Anderson’s New Film, “Licorice Pizza” with Special Menu Items, 70mm Screenings, Program Series and Interactive Photoshoot at Alamo Drafthouse Lower Manhattan . The film, which stars Alana Haim, Cooper Hoffman, Sean Penn, Tom Waits, Bradley Cooper and Benny Safdie, will premiere in theaters nationwide on […]

‘Licorice Pizza’ pinball machines, menu

Alamo Drafthouse is celebrating the release of writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film “Licorice Pizza” with special menu items, 70mm screenings, a series of programs and an interactive photo opportunity at the Alamo Drafthouse Lower Manhattan. The film, which stars Alana Haim, Cooper Hoffman, Sean Penn, Tom Waits, Bradley Cooper and Benny Safdie, will roll […]

Seasonal swag for print freaks

If you’re still looking for something to give to someone with a special fascination with print and paper (and who doesn’t), here’s our guide … A printer’s Christmas This festive gradient purple and green A5 print takes the words of 12 days of Christmas and reshapes them with a folded print. It consists of many […]

What to expect on the Third Friday of De...

There are several art exhibits to choose from if you’re looking for creative fare in the Phoenix metro on Friday nights, from the opening of the new “Cadence” exhibit at the Bentley Gallery to the latest group exhibit taking place at Lodge Art Studio, a staple of the Phoenix art scene set to close on […]

Japanese arts festival “takes over” Zhon

Looking for a Japanese art and culture solution in the heart of Kuala Lumpur? the Konnichiwa Zhongshan Japan Foundation Festival, Kuala Lumpur (JFKL) is the venue this week for all things Japanese. This will take place in the Zhongshan building in Kampung Attap. Spoil yourself and learn about Japanese culture at this four-day event, which […]

Find last-minute gift ideas at the Made ...

Image via the Made & Found market Still looking for last minute freebies ?! Look no further! You’ll find some of the region’s best vintage boutiques, manufacturers and small vintage brands at the Made & Found Holiday Market. The event will take place in Spirit on December 19 (11am). Image via the Made & Found […]

It’s the season for crafts and drafts!

You’ve been shopping all season, it’s time to chill out with some beers! The best way to do this is by attending the East End Brewing Crafts and Drafts Holiday Market! The event will take place on December 12 (noon to 3 p.m.) at East End Brewing. They’ll make their pizza and beer, along with […]

5 Best Printing in St. Louis, MO

Below is a list of the best and top printing companies in Saint-Louis. To help you find the best printing house near you in Saint-Louis, we’ve compiled our own list based on this list of rating points. The best impression of St. Louis: The top rated printing companies in St. Louis, MO are: The Department […]

Dark Horse ArtBar wants to be a “living

They hung sound tiles from the ceiling, built a stage leaning against the front windows of the bar, bought comfortable second-hand furniture to create the lounging areas, and brought bar stools from the Sun Prairie Salvatore. They hope the space they have created will be a “living gallery”, as DePula puts it, rather than following […]

MCBA acquires Wood Type for printing in ...

Minneapolis — The Minnesota Center for Book Arts is proud to announce the acquisition of a beautiful new woodblock type in Hebrew and Arabic, as well as Spanish and Swedish glyphs. With this move beyond English woodblock type, MCBA plans to expand the potential audiences and practitioners of letterpress printing. Funded by a grant from […]

Give heart with original local artwork

This time of year, Elizabeth Moss, owner of Moss Galleries, gives plenty of advice for clients who want to shop for art for their friends and loved ones, but feel intimidated by the prospect. She said to them: Trust yourself. “Trust your own tastes to be able to identify the things that your loved ones […]

2021 Gift Guide – Hassle Free Gifts for

Courtesy of the Texas Food and Wine Alliance Dispatch! Do you know what real pain is? Purchase, packaging and shipping of gifts. It’s like three whole stages. Offload all that work onto someone else! The New Texas Food and Wine Alliance Texan sweets boxes (order come in two sizes ($ 59, $ 99) and […]

Here’s your guide to the first Friday in

The last first Friday of the year is upon us, and you have some great choices if you’re eager to get out and explore the local art scene. Here’s a sampling of shows that take place around Phoenix, in venues ranging from an art hotel to a bilingual bookstore. In most cases, admission is free. […]

Local holiday gifts abound in Silver Cit...

(Photo by press staff by Geoffrey Plant)Tisha Donovan Holds Unique Turkish Decorated Glass Lamp Exhibition Inside Kris Unique Shop, 505 N. Bullard St. “Just like our Turkish Decorated Glass Plates, each one is unique,” she said. , adding that the lamps make lovely Christmas gifts. “Our ceramic horsehair engraved figurines, fireplaces and angels are also […]

Cincinnati buildings and history inspire...

Framed prints of Cincinnati landmarks line the walls of James Billiter’s studio. Accurate, two-dimensional renderings of the Roebling Suspension Bridge, Union Terminal, Music Hall, a blend of Victorian and Art Deco architecture in striking black and gold with a vein of turquoise running through. These could be old posters announcing the opening of the new […]