Guttenberg Arts presents a panel discussion on women in print with Rocío Aranda-Alvarado, Judith Brodsky, Jennifer Farrell, Dusica Kirjakovic, Kristen Schiele, and Danielle Tegeder. The event is followed by a reception and viewing of the exhibition True Monotypes, curated by Janice Oresman, at the International Print Center New York.
This event is free and open to the public.
TICKETS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT.
This conversation brings together female artists, curators, and directors to discuss recent advancements made by women in print. Topics include the rewriting of women printmakers into the history of technological innovation, the cultural force of women-run print shops and arts institutions, and experimental print projects by women who rebel against traditional notions of the printmaking craft.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Rocío Aranda-Alvarado, Curator, El Museo del Barrio
Judith Brodsky, Artist and Founder, Brodsky Center at Rutgers University
Jennifer Farrell, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Prints and Illustrated Books, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dusica Kirjakovic, Executive Director, Lower East Side Print Shop
Kristen Schiele, Artist / Kayrock Screenprinting
Danielle Tegeder, Artist and Professor, Lehman College
Caitlin Masley-Charlet (moderator), Deputy Director, Guttenberg Arts
This panel is presented by Guttenberg Arts as part of their one-year anniversary event series. The event is hosted by the International Print Center New York during the exhibition True Monotypes, curated by Janice Oresman. Additional support is provided by POWarts and Chelsea Wine Vault.