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United States Exhibition Up… Reception Thursday at 6pm

Department — faculty @ 10:22 pm, Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

The exchange portfolio titled United States is up in project room 209 on the second floor of the studio center. The reception is Thursday, Dec 1 at 6pm. Please come and check out some great work from the senior printmaking majors!



Duke Zimmerman Lecture

Department — faculty @ 12:04 pm, Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Duke Zimmerman gave a great talk last night concerning his business as a high end commercial and fine art silkscreen printer. Here are some pics. Duke will be returning for additional talks in the spring.



Senior Print Exchange Exhibition coming soon.

Department — faculty @ 12:17 pm, Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Senior printmaking majors have put together an exhibition titled “United States“.

The exhibition takes place in Project Room 209 on the second floor of the Studio Center. It runs from Nov 29 – Dec 5. The prints in the show are representatives of a senior print exchange held this fall. The show includes work by James Bouche, Damla Erten, Shin-Hyung Choi, Danielle Blevins, Raj Bunnag, Cori Burton, Emily Coleman, Nate Cubeta, John Fleissner, Chris Kapsaroff, Ji-Hee Moon, Ana Orbovich, Ingrid Schindall, Mario Urpi and Marci-Caballero-Reynolds.



Duke Zimmerman Lecture, Nov. 28th

Department — KVH @ 11:29 am, Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Immediately following Thanksgiving Break, we have artist, printer, and lecturer Duke Zimmerman visiting the department.

Duke is the former president of a design/print/manufacturing company, specializing in Screenprinting. His company won awards and international acclaim for the work they produced.

His work spans a wide range of interests including fine art serigraphy, commercial screenprinting, small book binding, letterpress, cartography, and limited edition prints.

He will be lecturing MONDAY, Nov. 28th at 7 PM in the Screenprint studio, D202.

This will be a very interesting look into the professional and commercial side of screenprinting, and is not to be missed!



THANKSGIVING HOURS, 2011

Department — KVH @ 11:27 am, Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

OK all – Here are your Thanksgiving hours to plan next week around.

MICA is in session Monday and Tuesday.

There are no classes on Wednesday but the shop is open until 7 PM.

The Dolphin Building (and all campus buildings) will be closed Wednesday starting at 7, and all-day Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Paper Studio open on Sunday regular hours……..

Dolphin, and campus buildings, reopen Sunday morning on their regular schedule.

Classes resume Monday, November 28th.

Please plan accordingly, and enjoy your weekend! Here’s some Maru to help you start relaxing:



Fire Studio lecture this Thursday!

Department — KVH @ 10:13 am, Monday, November 14th, 2011

Anthony Dihle, DC designer and printmaker (relief, screenprinting, letterpress, and more probably) will be on campus this THURSDAY giving a lecture in the Graphic Design department.

Anthony has been working as a poster printer in DC for more than 5 years, first under the name Dirty Pictures, and now in an expanded and more family friendly name Fire Studio.

Anthony’s posters are hand-printed, usually screenprinted, but occasionally relief printed from hand-carved wood block.

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet a working designer and printer in an intimate setting.

Fire Studio Lecture
Brown 320
Thursday 12-1 PM
FREE!



NYC IFPDA Bus reimbursements

Department — KVH @ 12:14 pm, Monday, November 7th, 2011

To everyone who was on the Bus Seat list and attended the IFPDA this weekend, please come find Kyle on WEDNESDAY at NOON for reimbursement. Bring your receipts or an email confirmation of the bus ticket purchase.

You know who you are.



Fabric Workshop and Museum is looking for Interns starting ASAP!

Department — faculty @ 11:33 am, Friday, November 4th, 2011

The Fabric Workshop and Museum is looking for some great interns to help complete a major installation by contemporary artist Nick Cave.  The project that will open December 16th, 2011, so they are looking for help starting asap. Examples of Nick Cave’s past work can be viewed here:  http://www.jackshainman.com/artist-images9.html

About the Fabric Workshop and Museum: www.fabricworkshopandmuseum.org

Read more about the project here.

If interested please e-mail Eva Wylie at: ewylie@mica.edu!



Type Truck!

Department — KVH @ 12:46 pm, Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

So after your trip to NYC for the IFPDA & E/AB Fairs, there’s another Printmaking event this weekend.

Type Truck, a project by Kyle Durrie of Power & Light Press in Portland, OR will be in Baltimore all weekend long. She’s doing an event with AVAM downtown on Saturday, and then stopping in at Baltimore Print Studios on Sunday from 1-5 PM.

Kyle Durrie of Power & Light Press in Portland, OR set out this past June in a 1982 Chevy Step Van outfitted with a fully functional letterpress shop inside. Five months and 12,000+ miles later, she’s finally arriving in Baltimore this weekend! Kyle’s tour has taken her coast-to-coast, visiting as many places as possible, giving workshops, demos and printing with people almost every day.

This Sunday’s event at Baltimore Print Studios will let you create a letterpress and screenprinted print – a collaboration between Type Truck, BPS, and you. Come pull screenprints with us and then letterpress print with Type Truck. This event is hands-on, completely free, and open to everyone. If you have never printed before and want to get your hands a little dirty, this is for you.

Please stop by, say hello and meet Kyle, and pull some prints.
BPS, 18 W. North Ave, Baltimore MD.
(A block down from the Studio Center, across from the McDonalds. Just look for the truck!)



IFPDA 2011

Department — KVH @ 11:40 am, Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

This weekend is the IFPDA & E/AB  NYC Print Fair trip!

As you’re probably aware, our faculty will be in NYC this weekend helping guide our students around to the various events and lectures.

At this time, the reimburse-able seats for the Bolt Bus have been claimed. The following students are on that list: Danielle Blevins, Nate Cubeta, Anna Orbovich, Damla Erten, Raj Bunnag, Ingrid Schindall, Dino Urpi, John Fleissner, Ji Hee Moon, James Bouche, Eleni Giorgos, Lyla Shlon, Trey Masserang, Samantha Hanson, Yoojin Kim, Jessica Condon, Rebecca Vaughan-Geib, Rei Lem, Mariko Perry, Peter Dear, Chelsee Ray.

In addition to them, the following students are also being given admission to the IFPDA Print Fair and have seats reserved for the afternoon lecture: Flannery Silva, Chloe Maratta, Maddy Horan, Amy Cousins, Ariell Williams.

For anyone attending, whether or not you’re on the list above, the  schedule for our day’s programming is as follows:

Schedule (Subject to Change…)

7:15- Students take the 7:15 Bolt Bus to New York (DON’T OVERSLEEP)

10:45-11:00- Arrive to New York

11:00-11:30- Meet Eva and walk to E/AB Fair

11:30-12:30- Time at the E/AB Fair

12:30-1:00-Travel to the Park Avenue Armory for IFPDA Fair

1:00- Pick up tickets at IFPDA FAIR

1:00-1:45-Lunch/time at the IFPDA Print Fair

2:00-3:30 Lecture Conversation with a Curator: Christophe Cherix
Faye Hirsch, Senior Editor of Art in America magazine talks to MoMA’s Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books about his upcoming exhibition Print/Out: Multiplied Art in the Information Era 1990-2010.

3:30-5:00 IFPDA Fair

5:00-5:30 Travel back to Bolt Bus (depending on your bus schedule)

5:30/7:15/8:00 Bolt Bus Back to Baltimore. BOOK NOW!

The locations are as follows:

Editions/Artist’s Book Fair: www.eabfair.com
548 West 22nd Street Google Maps

IFPDA Print Fair: www.ifpda.org/content/print-fair
The Park Ave Armory, 643 Park Ave. at 67th Street Google Maps

Bolt Bus Baltimore: www.boltbus.com 1610 Saint Paul/ Penn Station

Bolt Bus New York: 33rd and 7th by Sbarro’s Google Maps


Robert Tillman and Eva Wylie are overseeing the main parts of the trip. Email them in advance if you have any concerns or questions: rtillman@mica.edu, ewylie@mica.edu.

Have a great weekend!



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