Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Lecture at the Brooks Museum of Art

Dear MCA teachers and staff, 

Please share and encourage MCA students to attend this FREE talk with Matt Herron, photographer and curator of This Light of Ours. Join us for a fascinating talk about the exhibition from one of the key photographers in the movement. In 1963, Matt Herron moved to Jackson, MS with his family to join the Civil Rights Movement and used his photography in the service of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee.

Perhaps it can be included in a e-newsletter to students. Admission is free for students. Because of the interest in this exhibition, limited seating will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Information about the talk or lecture: http://www.brooksmuseum.org/Default.aspx?p=68375&evtid=310947:2/26/2015. If you have further questions about this event please contact claudia.towell@brooksmuseum.org or call 901.544.6200. Thank you for supporting the Brooks!

ANDRIA LISLE   Public Programs and Public Relations Manager
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MATERIALS IN PRINTMAKING Spring 2015


You can pick up materials only on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday during office hours in Printmaking.
Professor, Maritza Davila: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 11:35-12:05, Monday 3:35-4:05.
Instructor Eszter Sziksz Tuesday and Thursday 12-1pm.
Please pay at the business office and bring the receipt to printmaking (made check to MCA ℅ printmaking)

Business Office Hours

Monday                11am-4pm
Tuesday               11am-6pm
Wednesday          11am-4pm
Thursday              11am-4pm
Friday                   11am-4pm 
Closed on Saturday and Sunday


Paper $2.00

Copper plates
18x24 $93.00
12x 18 $46.50
9x12 $23.25
9x6 $11.65
4x6 $5.85

Linoleum
Gold 9x12 $4.35
12x18 $8.69

Richeson clear carve linoleum
12x12    $12.00

Aluminum Litho Plates
18 x24 $14.00
12x18 $7.00
9x12 $3.50

Lithography Polyester Plates
12x18 $1.85
6x9 $0.95

Lithography Emerald positive plate (photo litho plates)
19 5/16 x 26 1/2 $10.00
8 x 13 $5.00

Polymer plates for letter press
$12.00

Solar plates
8 1/2 x 10 $10.00
6x9 $5.50

KM 43 Photopolymer Plates


Size Inches  
  Price

  5¾x8¼  1 Plate  $5.25

  


  




Monday, February 23, 2015

Jacob ladder binding

Tricia Morris from Club Scrap is climbing the ladder of success...Jacob's Ladder of creative success! Using papers, ribbons and mat board pieces, she creates a unique book that flips this way and that to show off an array of photos. A refreshingly stamped box provides storage for the ladder, if you can ever bear to put it down.

The Scrapbook Lounge featured products:

• Club Scrap: Jacob's Ladder Kit

As seen on TVWeekly.com

Presenter: Tricia Morris

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SwKHP0VyVA

How to make an origami Jacob's Ladder
Created by Yami Yamauchi
Presented here by Jo Nakashima with permission of the creator
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykL0Tt7jdYY

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Crown Point Press

WAYNE THIEBAUD: Eight New Etchings
On view in the gallery January 12 - March 6, 2015
Wayne Thiebaud, Dark Reservoir, 2014
 
WAYNE THIEBAUD PRESS RELEASE
FOG Design + Art
fogfair.com

Visit Crown Point Press
Booth 206 

January 15-18, 2015

Darren Almond ∙ Mamma Andersson ∙
Anne Appleby ∙ John Baldesarri
 ∙ Robert Bechtle 
∙ 
Chris Burden ∙ Daniel Buren ∙ John Chiara ∙ 
Tom Marioni ∙ Susan Middleton ∙ Ed Ruscha ∙ 
Alyson Shotz ∙ Wayne Thiebaud ∙ 
Richard Tuttle 
 Charline von Heyl 






CHARLINE VON HEYL:
Ten New Etchings

Extended through January 20, 2015


WHAT'S IN A LINE?
A Group Show

on view in the gallery January 21-March 6, 2015
With etchings by Richard Diebenkorn, Joel Fisher, Anish Kapoor, Bertrand Laview, Sol LeWitt, Tom Marioni, Julie Mehrety, Dorothy Napagardi, Nathan Oliveira, Markus Raetz, and Pat Steir.
WHAT'S IN A LINE? PRESS RELEASE
Crown Point Summer Workshops 
Etching & Photogravure

June 15-19 / June 22-26 / July 6-10
One of our goals as an etching studio and gallery is to pass on what we know to the world outside our walls. We offer summer workshops so that a range of people can experience intaglio first-hand, with guidance from our master printers. Visit magical-secrets.com to learn more, and send your application to Sasha Baguskas. Participation is based on a first come, first served basis. We look forward to seeing you this summer!
Download the Application

Print, Letterpress, Books and Papermaking Studio Intern


The Print, Letterpress, Books and Papermaking Intern provides studio support for three areas while learning about studio management and arts administration at a non-profit craft school. This un-paid position allows the intern to gain valuable knowledge and experience in studio support which includes safety procedures, equipment maintenance, ordering and tracking supplies, and working closely with studio assistants and instructors. The Intern reports to the Print, Letterpress, Books and Papermaking Studio Coordinator.
The internship period is May 18 through August 28, 2015, 40 hours/week. (Start and end dates are negotiable.) The internship is unpaid, but offers a unique opportunity to live and work in a dynamic, creative educational community and work with accomplished professionals in a mutual learning and knowledge sharing environment. All housing and meals will be provided at no charge to the intern for the duration of the internship period. The week before and after summer sessions, Penland’s dining hall is closed. Interns working during this time will receive a $75/week food stipend. Class and studio access is not provided.
Penland will work with applicants seeking educational credit for the internship. Details can be discussed in the interview process.
To Apply
The internship will remain open until filled, however the initial review of applications will begin with applications received byFebruary 1, 2015. Send resume and cover letter addressing relevant experience and interest in the internship, contact information including email address and telephone number, and contact information for at least 3 references (at least one of which must be an employer) to Jay Fox, Studio Coordinator, Penland School of Crafts, PO Box 37 Penland, NC 28765 or by email to northlight@penland.org
For more info, please visit:

Thank you!

--
Jay Fox
Studio Coordinator: Books / Letterpress / Paper / Printmaking

Penland School of Crafts
P.O. Box 37, Penland, NC 28765

Residency at the Printmaking Workshop NYC

    
Current Keyholder Resident Noa Charuvi
          
 
How does free access to a studio for a full year sound? 

KEYHOLDER RESIDENCY PROGRAM
  
Application deadline: 
March 1, 2015

Lower East Side Printshop provides emerging artists with free studio residencies to develop new work and explore printmaking. The application deadline for the Keyholder Residency Program is March 1, 2015 for residencies beginning April 2015.
The Keyholder Residency offers year-long, 24/7 access to a shared studio with professional printmaking facilities and includes:

- $1,000 stipend
- Storage shelf and a flat-file 
- Free tools and basic art supplies
- One free class ($400 value per artist)
- Free 10 hours of Master Printer collaboration ($750 value per artist)
- Free career development workshops and salons
- Free photo-documentation of new work
- Inclusion in the Printshop's permanent archive collection
- Internet and social media promotion
- Exhibition opportunities 
- Access to a vibrant community of peers 
 
Artists of all disciplines are encouraged to apply; printmaking skills are not required.  

For guidelines and application, click here!

If you experience difficulty with the online application please email your application materials to info@printshop.org with "Keyholder Submission" as your subject.  



Contact:
Christine Walia
Programs Director

Lower East Side Printshop
306 W. 37th Street, 6th floor
New York, NY 10018
212-673-5390

Lower East Side Printshop's programs have been supported in part by public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Private supporters have included: Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Ford Foundation- Good Neighbor Committee, ICAP/John Nixon, Jerome Foundation, The J. M. Kaplan Fund, Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, New York Community Trust, PECO Foundation, and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.  

This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.  

We thank our volunteers, friends, members, and patrons for their dedication, support, and generosity.
   

   
                  2011 NEA logo        NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs             Arai Image

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Painting and Printmaking in Skopelos Greece



Join Georgia Deal, Dennis O’Neil, and Steven Cushner on the beautiful island of Skopelos, Greece, a small island many Greeks and Europeans choose to visit for its traditional life and feel. Students will work in the sun filled and well equipped studios of the Skopelos Foundation for the Arts, overlooking the Aegean Sea. Students will have the opportunity to work in woodcut, monoprint, book arts, drawing, and painting. Our daily schedule will include breakfast in the studio each morning, with both morning and afternoon workshop sessions. Demonstrations, individual instruction and critique will take place daily, and group critiques will be scheduled throughout our stay at the Foundation. Students have the option of focusing on one discipline, or may choose to participate in 2 different workshops during the day.

Dennis O'Neil teaches printmaking at the Corcoran School of Art and has been involved in various international programs in Moscow from Spain and Skopelos Greece over the years. Skopelos is a program he's been involved in since it began in 1999. The June program still has space for 6 or 8 students. It was founded by Gloria Carr, an American who got her MFA in printmaking from Pratt many years ago and the studio is heavily oriented and equipped for printmaking.

For more information, please see attached.
If you have questions, contact Dennis at hpwi@mac.com and copy to Nancy at Zimler@mac.com

Dennis O'Neil
Creative Director
Hand Print Workshop International
210 W. Windsor Avenue
Alexandria, VA22301
hpwi@mac.com