Tickets $10. Registration required. Tours are 45 minutes in length.

Saturday 3:00 pm: Hidden Highlights with Beth McKeown. This walk-through will offer a focused look at the subtleties of selected prints in different areas (Old Master, Contemporary, American, Asian) to provide a rich overview of the Fair's highlights. Ms. McKeown is the Registrar of contemporary prints and works on paper at the Brodsky Center, Rutgers University. A print specialist with over 20 years experience, she specialized in Old Master prints with Paul McCarron Fine Prints and Drawings, and in all periods as Assistant Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Zimmerli Art Museum.

Sunday 1:30 pm: A Master Printer’s Perspective with Phillip Sanders. Ever wonder how Rembrandt, Rauschenberg, or Peyton made their prints? Discover how much today's artists share with the tradition of their forebears and how 21st century technology enables artists to break boundaries. A unique historical viewpoint shaded with the excitement of today's advances in the field. Questions are encouraged. Mr. Sanders is the founder of PS Marlowe Inc., and was Master Printer for Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE) and was Director of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop (2006-2014).