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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Dan Walsh Talks at IPCNY & Pace Prints Sep 21, 2016 International Print Center New York
New York, NY, USA

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Patron Event with “Innervisions: New Prints 2016/Summer” juror and artist Dan Walsh.

In Conversation: Jay Bolotin Sep 22, 2016 Cincinnati Art Museum
Cincinnati, OH, USA

7–8 p.m. | Fath Auditorium

Bolotin joins curator Kristin Spangenberg on-stage for a casual conversation. Learn about Bolotin’s fascinating and unique artistic process that combines printmaking, music and animation. Members: Free, General Public: $10, Students/seniors: $5

In Conversation: Connecting Painting and Printmaking Oct 1, 2016 Portland Art Museum
Portland, OR, USA


Join Skowhegan and the Portland Museum of Art for a conversation between artist Polly Apfelbaum and art historian Faye Hirsch that is inspired by the discursive environment on campus and the PMA’s current exhibition, Skowhegan at Seventy.

Interpreting Shakespeare through Alderman Boydell's Print Collection Oct 15, 2016 Smart Museum of Art
Chicago, IL, USA

1:00 PM

In celebration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, University of Chicago Professor Emeritus and Shakespeare scholar David Bevington will analyze large engravings of scenes from Shakespeare's plays (and sometimes of scenes that are described without being actually staged, such as Ophelia's drowning in Hamlet), as illustrative of ways that the late eighteenth century interpreted important characters and events.

Commissioned by Alderman Boydell in the 1790s, the engravings depict several scenes for each of Shakespeare’s plays. The Smart Museum has a complete edition of the 167 prints, of which a small selection will be on view during the discussion.

The SAGA Print Symposium- Collecting Prints in 2016: What Collectors Look For Oct 16, 2016 Society of Illustrators
New York, NY, USA

The Symposium will feature a panel of five print collectors and will be moderated by David Kiehl, Curator of Prints at the Whitney Museum. For further information, please visit www.sagaprints.com.

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.