Printmaker as Distributor, Collaborator, and Facilitator

Two Special Events in conjunction with Our Vanities Differ:

All events take place at:

DePaul University Museum, 2350 N Kenmore Ave.

Printmaker as Distributor, Collaborator, and Facilitator
October 7, 6-7:30pm

How does the history of print as a medium for the dissemination of information affect the role of contemporary printmakers? Does this draw more educators to the medium? How does the communal print studio affect the nature of artwork being created? Does the emphasis on technique, craft, and tools create an environment welcoming to new students or restricted?

Printmaker as Distributor, Collaborator, and Facilitator will explore the role of education within contemporary printmaking. Panelists will include Wrik Repasky, Coordinator of Printmaking at Harold Washington, Tom Lucas, Director of the Printmaking Department at Lill Street Art Center, and CJ Mace, MFA student through Columbia College Book and Paper program. The panel will be moderated by Angee Lennard, founder and director of Spudnik Press Cooperative.

Free Workshop: Plexiglass Monoprints
October 9, 10am-12pm

Hosted by Jessica Taylor Caponigro. All ages welcome.

All events organized by Spudnik Press Cooperative in conjunction with Nomadic Studio / Curated by Stockyard Institute. All events take place at DePaul University Museum.