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Are you an aspiring printmaker or seeking inspiration for your prints? Registration is now open through March 7 for the Biennial Printmaking Summit, hosted by Self Help Graphics & Art, a community arts center in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles. This year’s edition will be virtual, with printmakers and printmaking collectives hosting workshops and demonstrations from their own studio spaces. Students of any level are welcome to register, as long as they are curious about the delightful art of printmaking.
The Printmaking Summit runs from Wednesday, March 10 to Friday, March 12 and the schedule is packed with activities, from tips on how to photograph your art and teach virtually, to workshops on stencil-making and repurposing your discarded prints. Students will also be invited to bring their own work and have it reviewed by established printmakers.
When: Wednesday, March 10–Friday, March 12
More info at Self Help Graphics & Art
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