Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation Lecture
Saturday, November 5, 11:00 am
Established with the generous support of the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation, this annual program aims to honor and raise public consciousness about the unique ways in which contemporary artists use printmaking in their artistic practice. Sparked by a keen interest in the inventiveness of printmaking and carrying on a family legacy of collecting art, Jordan Schnitzer began collecting prints in 1988. Today, the family’s collection exceeds 9,000 works and its foundation manages an active lending program aimed at making fine art easily available to qualified institutions, especially those in less-served communities. View the Foundation’s current exhibitions and events.
View highlights from last year’s Conversation with renowned international artist Kiki Smith.
Publishing the Contemporary: The State of Printmaking Today
Presented in collaboration with the Association of Print Scholars Moderated by Sarah Kirk Hanley
Saturday, November 5, 2:00 pm
Contemporary publishers discuss their aesthetic perspectives, current market forces, and individual approaches to bringing an artist’s print project to realization. How do contemporary artists collaborate with print studios and publishers and what is the relationship of prints to their work in other media? Free and open to the public.