Promoting awareness and appreciation of traditional and contemporary forms of printmaking
From the Ashes: Printmaking, Preservation, and Renewal
MAPC 2024 will explore the relationship between printmakers and the natural environment. The conference will take place at Kansas State University from October 2-6, 2024. Topics may include eco-friendly printing techniques, research on organic materials and bio- based chemicals, and print as a physical or conceptual vehicle through which to interface with environmental concerns.
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Our latest journal issue
Volume 34/35, Repair, is guest-curated by Aja Edwin Mujinga and features cover art by Fidencio Fifield-Perez.
Recent news and opportunities
For our 2024 conference at Kansas State this October, we are thrilled to award three Development and Research Grants— one each for undergraduate, graduate, and emerging artists. Presented every two years, these grants support artistic growth and research projects through participation in a printmaking workshop, creative research conducted at a printmaking atelier, residency, or other……
Tune into our Spring 2024 PrintStream on Thursday, February 22 at 7 PM EST. How should you prepare for a residency? What should you think about when you’re applying, packing, considering viable projects, and/or deciding what is a good fit for you? Learn more at this PrintStream, part of an online event series organized by the……
The Flint Print Club at the Flint Institute of Arts Museum + Art School seeks an artist printmaker to produce an exclusive print edition for the Club’s members and the Museum’s permanent collection. AWARD: – Commission project and museum acquisition – $5,000 honorarium – $1,500 budget for supplies and printing – Opportunity to give artist……