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inkubator session E


Printmaking Legacy Project

Friday March 20, 10:00-11:30am, Salon 200 BC

Facilitators: James Bailey, University of Montana. Missoula, Montana,; Susan Goldman, Lily Press, Rockville, Maryland, ; Anita Jung, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
Email: goldmanprint@comcast.net

Printmaking Legacy Project ® preserves and disseminates the legacy, history, practice and understanding of the fine art of printmaking to the national and international arts community, students and to the general public. The project documents the collaboration among universities, workshops and professional print studios and how their participants fundamentally changed the course of development in American printmaking and American art. Through fundraising to support public programs, including lectures and workshops, and the creation of a vast archive of documentary interviews of artists and art professionals, the Printmaking Legacy Project ® bridges the gap between the founders of American printmaking, those working in printmaking today, young artists, students and the general public. Founding Director Susan Goldman, and Board Members James Bailey and Anita Jung invite SGCI members at all stages in their careers to present their ideas and suggestions in undertaking this initiative. We seek to discuss the role of legacy, and how we can combine efforts to insure for the future, preservation of our history. What can we learn from the past and apply to our present and future circumstances? How can the Printmaking Legacy Project ® best serve SGCI and the larger printmaking community?

To participate in this session, email Susan Goldman by November 1, 2014.

In advance of the conference, INKubator facilitators will establish an email thread or Yahoo Group to promote common readings or discussions by session participants. While INKubator sessions emphasize collaborative and dialogic processes, they are also intended to foster future outcomes, from exhibitions and portfolios, to projects and publications.