What's On: Events

Learn more about prints at lectures, symposia, and demonstrations hosted by IFPDA Members, museums, and nonprofit venues. The Events listing is limited to IFPDA Members and nonprofits, the proposed program must be focused on fine prints. Submit an event for consideration.

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Gallery Tour: About Prints: Stanley William Hayter and the Legacy of the Atelier 17 Oct 28, 2016 SUArt Galleries
Syracuse, NY, USA

2:00 p.m.: Gallery tour of the exhibition About Prints: Stanley William Hayter and the Legacy of the Atelier 17 with Domenic Iacono

2016 Print Fair Preview Nov 2, 2016 Park Avenue Armory
New York, NY, USA
Publishing the Contemporary: The State of Printmaking Today Nov 2, 2016 IFPDA Print Fair, Board of Officers Room
New York, NY, USA

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.

An Evening with Depero Futurista: The Bolted Book Nov 3, 2016 Center for Italian Modern Art
New York, NY, USA

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

One of the highlights of CIMA’s inaugural season, devoted to the Italian Futurist Fortunato Depero, was the display of Depero’s 1927 graphic design masterpiece, Depero Futurista, also known as The Bolted Book — on account of its distinctive binding: two industrial aluminum bolts. Join us on November 3 for an opportunity to see one of the rare original copies of this remarkable example of avant-garde bookmaking. Former CIMA Fellow Raffaele Bedarida will act as our guide through this “portable museum,” which Depero used as a kind of calling card to showcase his work. CIMA Founder-President Laura Mattioli will talk about the relationship her father, Gianni Mattioli, who was one of Depero’s principal patrons, had with the artist.

Curator Talk: Rembrandt’s Jews in Context Nov 3, 2016 Figge Art Museum
Davenport, IA, USA

7 pm Curator Talk: Lisa DeBoer, PhD

Why was Rembrandt interested in portraying so many Jewish themes and subjects? And why should we care? Answers to these questions have varied widely over the course of the last century. Lisa DeBoer, Ph.D., will explore the ways in which art historians have responded to Rembrandt’s Jews, emphasizing both the historical context of 17th-century Amsterdam, as well as the historiographical context of the practice of art history, in order to consider what these images might have to say to us today

Dr. Lisa DeBoer is a professor of the History of Art at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California.

Pace Prints: Breakfast Event Nov 4, 2016 Pace Prints
New York , NY, USA

The gallery will host a public breakfast event concurrent to the Print Fair in honor of the exhibiting artists at its 32 East 57th Street Gallery on Friday, November 4, 9-11am.

Celebrating Print 2.2 Launch Party Nov 4, 2016 The Bohemian National Hall
New York, NY, USA

7:00 - 8:30 PM

Celebrating Print 2.2 Launch Party honors the dedication of the magazine’s writers in their efforts to research and evaluate developments in printmaking as an autonomous art discipline. The contributing art historians, curators and educators craft critical written analysis as part of their ongoing efforts to inform the public about the values of printmaking and its significance in Central and Eastern European visual culture.

Gallery Talk: Rembrandt’s Jews in Context Nov 10, 2016 Figge Art Museum
Davenport, IA, USA

7 pm Gallery Talk: Katie Kiley

Artist and printmaker Katie Kiley will share her research on Rembrandt and experience with printmaking techniques as she leads audience members on a gallery tour of the exhibition.

Beyond Order: Gallery Talk by Cole Rogers Nov 17, 2016 PLAINS ART MUSEUM
North Fargo, ND, USA

6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Join Highpoint Center for Printmaking, Artistic Director and Master Printer Cole Rogers for this gallery talk on Highpoint visiting artists Aaron Spangler, Carlos Amorales, Chloe Piene, and Do Ho Suh, featured in the exhibition.

Free and open to the public