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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PMCA 123: Second Saturday Docent Tour & Screenprinting Demo Jul 11, 2015 Pasadena Museum of California Art
Pasadena, CA, USA
“The Japanese Influence on French Prints” Aug 20, 2015 Chazen Museum of Art
Madison, WI, USA

Lecture: August 20, 5:30 p.m. Chazen Auditorium
“The Japanese Influence on French Prints” by Andrew Stevens, Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, Chazen Museum of Art

Minneapolis Institute of Arts 22nd Annual Print and Drawing Fair Oct 2, 2015 Minneapolis, MN, USA
Minneapolis Institute of Arts 22nd Annual Print and Drawing Fair Oct 3, 2015 Minneapolis, MN, USA
There’s Only Make Oct 3, 2015 Pasadena Museum of California Art
Pasadena, CA, USA

Learn about screenprinting by pulling your own Corita-inspired print. This workshop, presented in collaboration with the Corita Art Center, gives visitors the opportunity to use and combine techniques and forms that exist in the artist’s work.

Minneapolis Institute of Arts 22nd Annual Print and Drawing Fair Oct 4, 2015 Minneapolis, MN, USA
Lulu Nov 5, 2015 The Metropolitan Opera
New York, NY, USA

Acclaimed artist, printmaker and director William Kentridge applies his unique theatrical vision to Berg’s notorious femme fatale who shatters lives, including her own.

Material as Meaning: Process and the Object in Printmaking Nov 7, 2015 Association of Print Scholars
New York, NY, USA

The Association of Print Scholars (APS) will host its inaugural scholarly symposium on November 7, 2015 at Hunter College, City University of New York. This all-day event will include a morning session with short presentations from several current graduate students about their print-related dissertation research. The afternoon session will feature scholars giving longer papers related to the topic "Method, Material, and Meaning: Technical Art History and the Study of Prints." Admission is free and open to the public.