El Curso se concibe como un recorrido crítico por las prácticas artísticas que utilizan como soporte los denominados “nuevos medios” o “nuevas tecnologías” y su coqueteo disciplinar con las ciencias. Se reflexionará sobre la especificidad de los medios, sus determinaciones contextuales, políticas y sociales, y el correlato estético y artístico de las distintas variantes surgidas del encuentro del arte, la ciencia y la tecnología en el siglo XX y XXI.
El Curso está diseñado para quienes exploren estos medios en su práctica y quieran reforzar sus bases teóricas e históricas. Además, se abordará la manera en que estas áreas de producción encuentran un lugar de circulación en las instituciones, academias y mercado.
*Videoconferencias en vivo todos los lunes a las 19.00 h./7pm (Horario Europa Central). Las conferencias se graban en caso que no puedas asistir en tiempo real.
Programa del Curso e inscripción aquí Conoce cómo funcionan y en qué consisten nuestros Cursos aquí
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Tomando como modelo el archi-citado gesto de Joaquín Torres García invirtiendo el mapa, presentamos un panorama desde Latinoamérica, preguntándonos cómo modificar formas y contenidos, generando otras maneras...sigue leyendo
En este Curso trataremos de entender las exposiciones (o los proyectos artísticos en un sentido amplio) como “zonas de contacto” en las cuales se abre un espacio de negociación que, en lugar de fijar...sigue leyendo
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Your Invitation to Meet the Artist 2pm - 8pm Wednesday 29 October 2014
Anja Percival is best known for her exquisitely crafted etchings that capture the evocative qualities of light within the context of domestic, rural and urban settings.
Her work has attracted a growing number of avid collectors and from herstudio at Fowlers Yard in Durham Anja now enjoys gallery representation in London, New York, Denmark, Sweden and Canada.
Northern Print is delighted to host anexhibition of Anja's printsfrom Thursday 23 October to Saturday 8 Novemberand to mark the occasion we will be hosting an informal printmaking demonstration with the artist herself. The drop-in session will take place on Wednesday 29 October between 2pm and 8pm so come along to enjoy a coffee or a glass of wine, see the exhibition and chat to Anja about her fascinating processes.
Click hereto see an informative film about Anja's etching methods.
Christina Pumo is a New York City based artist working in photography and printmaking and is a member of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. Through printmaking and photography, Pumo explores the vulnerable and fragmented nature of the human experience, resulting in impassioned portraits, creating an overlap of realism and imagination. Her work has been exhibited nationally, included in group exhibitions at the Guild Hall Museum in Long Island New York, EMOA Space Gallery in NYC, Manhattan Graphics Center in NYC, Blackburn 20 | 20 in NYC & others.
Christina has had an apprenticeship with artist and master printmaker Dan Welden since 2010 and currently works as one of the studio technicians for artist Nicola López. As a skilled, hands-on technician, Christina has participated in projects that have been shown in locations such as Pace Prints Gallery, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Guild Hall Museum and the S.C.A.D. Museum of Art.
Pumo is also currently working as the assistant to artist and printmaker Susan Rostow, formulator of Akua Inks. She contributes to the technical research and development for Akua printmaking Inks and products as well as technical support and education outreach.
Additionally, she is a part of the Carrier Pigeon Magazine staff, a magazine dedicated to publishing Illustrated Fiction and Fine Art portfolios. Shown above:Doppelganger I, Photopolymer Intaglio Monoprint, 16 " x 12", 2014
Sunday, October 26, 6:30-8:30 pm
Giovanni Gil is an artist/printmaker and the director of the Printmaking Department ofEl Centro Nacional de Artes de El Salvador (CENAR). Three years ago he initiated a project called "bajopresion" for Salvadoran artists, to bring together printmakers with an already established reputation, emerging artists and beginning students with the intention to produce affordable artworks for the good of the community. He will discuss his experience of teaching and promoting printmaking in El Salvador. The talk will be in Spanish and English translation, with the assistance of Rosario Moore.
An Invitation to our Member Artists: participate in the
Members Holiday Show
December 2014 in the Gallery
This show is open to all current members. The print must be hand-pulled, not previously exhibited at MGC, may be framed or unframed and no larger in any direction than 16" x 20". Unframed prints must have backing and plexi the same size as print.
Prints delivered from out of town must include stamped and self addressed packages for return.
Please note the delivery and pick-up dates.
Identify print with: Artist's name, title of work, date, medium, price.
Deliver to shelves 104 and 105 by Nov. 26.
Pick-up no later than Jan. 15, 2015 (holiday closing 12/22/14 to 1/4/15
HOLIDAY 2014 T-SHIRT EXTRAVAGANZA
MGC Members: Make a T-Shirt
Any Size, Any Medium
One Shirt, Ready to Hang
or the More the Merrier - Ho Ho Ho!
Due Date: Wednesday, Nov.26, 2014
Bring to MGC - Sign Name on Shirt
All T-Shirts will be sold for $30 ($15 / Artist - $15 / MGC) Let's Decorate MGC in Style!
Tracklights: MGC Member News
Kirsten Flaherty, Sarah HauserandAnne LaFondare exhibiting inA Joint Exhibition of Intaglio Prints by New York and Melbourne, Australia-based Artists,organized with the New York Society of Etchers, at the National Arts Club from October 26 to November 8, 2014. The reception will be on October 30, 6-8 pm. The Club is at 15 Gramercy Park South in New York City.www.nysetchers.org
Beth Ganzis participating in EFA Open Studios 2014 with a display ofNew Workon Thursday October 23, 6-10 pm, Friday October 24, 6-9 pm and Saturday, October 25, 1-6 pm. Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, at 323 West 39th Street, Studio 703 in New York City.bethganz.com
Gillie Holmeis exhibiting her prints in a show entitledFugue States: New Work on Paper. Lithography and Solar Platesat Steven Harris Architects located at
120 Chambers Street in New York City. The exhibition will be view to November 24, 2014. For information, call 212-587-1108 email@example.com.
Matthias Kernis participating inJACO'S UNILATERALISM, a group show of seven artists atJACO ART New York, located at 98A Audrey Avenue in Oyster Bay, New York. The opening reception is on Friday, October 17th, 2014 from 6-9 pm. The show can be viewed on October 18 and 19 from 12 pm to 7 pm, and by appointment from October 20th through December 23, 2014. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Larry Schulteis exhibiting a 30-year survey of NYC weavings of paper, photos, and paintings based on the Fibonacci Sequence. The survey, entitledLarry Schulte: Math + Weaving = Art, is on view at Guild Gallery II at theHudson Guild Fulton Center, located at 119 9th Avenue (between 17th and 18th Street) in New York City. The exhibit will be on view from November 13 through January 24, 2015. The opening reception will be on Thursday November 13 from 6:00-7:30 pm. There will be a Meet the Artist Talk on Thursday January 8 from 1:00-2:00 pm. Viewing hours are Weds-Fri/3:00-6:00 pm and by appt. For information, call: Jim Furlong, Director of Arts, 212-760-9837. Email:email@example.com
Correction, please note: in the minutes of the General Membership Meeting included in a previous email, Alicia Damley should have been included in the list of names of members attending the meeting.
Of interest to our Members:
is exhibiting her hand-pulled prints and monumentally scaled works in a show entitledParableat theNew York Public Library's Muhlenberg branch, 209 West 23rd Street in Chelsea, New York City. Featuring woodcuts and etchings that are part of her seriesMississippi Voices, her artwork envisions themes of racism, resiliency and spirituality as they emerge from oral history interviews conducted in Mississippi. The exhibit hours are October 16 to January 16, 2015.www.kristincasaletto.com
Dominican York Proyecto Grafica
a printmaking collective, including MGC membersLuanda LozanoandMoses Ros-Suárez, has collaborated with DYPG curator Miguel Luciano and many guest artists to mount a show entitledNarratives of Self-Exile/Narrativas del Auto-Exilioat theBronx ArtSpace. The exhibition will open on October 17, with a reception from 6-9 pm, and continue until November 8, 2014. The Bronx ArtSpace is located at 305 East 140th Street, 1A, The Bronx, NY. An artists' talk will be on Wednesday, October 22, from 7-9 pm. 718-401-8144www.bronxartspace.com
is exhibiting over 30 recent works atThe Old Print Shopin a show entitledPoetry of Art: Paintings, Drawings and Prints. The show will be on view from October 18 to November 22, 2014. A reception will be held on Thursday, October 23, from 4:30-7:00 pm. Both the graphic and the literary arts of Kipniss are included. Robert Kipniss will be the honorary chairperson of the MGC benefit event PaperView 2014 on November 5 from 6-9 pm. 150 Lexington Avenue, New York City. 212-683-3950 www.oldprintshop.com
MANHATTAN GRAPHICS CENTER
250 WEST 40 STREET, FIFTH FLOOR|NYC 10018|212-219-8783
O curso é voltado para pessoas que tem curiosidade em descobrir o universo de possibilidades que existe no tratamento de imagens. Será explorado o lado criativo do photoshop, não apenas no manuseio das ferramentas mas na interpretação da imagem, para então decidir qual melhor tratamento a aplicar sobre ela.Clique aqui e saiba mais!
The 2014 MONOTHON printing sessions have taken place, and our artists are putting the final touches on the works that they are donating to the MONOTHON Silent Auction and Benefit taking place on Saturday, November 8th, from 6-9pm, at Lillian August Flagship headquarters on Knight Street in Norwalk, Connecticut. This event is not to be missed. MONOTHON brings guests/artists/collectors and friends from around the world to celebrate CCP and to raise crucial funds to support the Center and its activities.
There are numerous ways to contribute to the Center for Contemporary Printmaking. You can become a CCP member, renew your membership, donate to our Annual Appeal, and support the Grace Shanley Memorial Scholarship Fund. You can also donate your time and energy to this treasured printmaking facility that is committed to supporting and encouraging serious, emerging, and professional artists in the creation of original prints. You can be a valuable part of CCP's future success. We welcome your engagement.
As we prepare to celebrate our 20th Anniversary in 2015, we hope that you will expand your commitment to the Center. If you are new to the Center, we hope that you will share your talents and insights with us. Opportunities to pursue your interests abound at CCP. The camaraderie at the Center is palpable. It is easy to connect or reconnect if you have been away for awhile. Please contact us at 203-899-7999. I look forward to seeing you soon at CCP - 299 West Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut.
In addition to the works created by artists featured in the silent auction, our MONOTHON Committee has secured works by renowned artists and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to be featured during the live auction. Here are just a few of the items that will be auctioned at the event:
Pacific Patterns I, by Sarah Amos, Collagraph with gouache and mixed med
Sarah Amos, Pacific Patterns I, Collagraph
Sarah Amos is an Australian printmaker currently based in Vermont. Her process of richly layered printmaking, punctuated by over painting with dynamic patterns, create vibrant and highly collectable works. Her prints are created by hand on a large etching press, where she frequently combines etchings, monoprints and collagraph plates to make the final printed surface. Pacific Patternsmeasures 17" x 12" and is 24.25" x 24.25" framed.
Helen Frankenthaler Cottage at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking with CCP's Staff Master Printer Christopher Shore
Let your imagination run free as you create under the tutelage of CCP's Master Printer Chris Shore. Whether you are looking to explore new printing methods, or to hone the skills you already have, this is a great opportunity to devote a concentrated block of time to practicing your craft in our state-of-the-art facilities.
CCP Giving Back to the Community
On Monday evening, October 21st, CCP wrapped up the MONOTHON printing sessions with the annual Outreach MONOTHON. Thanks to a generous donation from the Bershaw Family Fund, thirteen children from the Norwalk Housing Authority Learning Center at 20 West Avenue, participated in an enrichment program introducing each student to printmaking. During three art-filled hours, students watched a monotype demonstration by Staff Master Printer Christopher Shore, and then began to ink and print their own works of art.Students made numerous monotypes. One of these works from each student was selected for CCP's Silent Auction on November 8th at our MONOTHON Auction & Party. We are grateful to the Bershaw family and to the Norwalk Housing Authority Learning Center for a successful and fun-filled printing session.
Members Show Announcement
CALL FOR ENTRIES / ANNUAL MEMBERS' EXHIBITION
January 15 - March 15, 2015
Opening Reception - Sunday, January 25, 2015 from 2pm-5pm
AWARDS JUROR: Emily Lombardo, Post Graduate Teaching Fellow, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
BEST IN SHOW: Solo exhibition in the Center's litho and etching rooms to coincide with the 2017 Annual Members' Exhibitions: (dates to be announced).
SECOND PRIZE: Half-day with CCP Printer
HONORABLE MENTION: One-day studio rental
RECEIVING DATE: No later than January 5, 2015 - CCP will begin to accept work the week of December 22, 2014. Mailed entries must be received by January 5, 2015.
Mary Taylor, Peabody Journal 3, Pigment Transfer on Painted Canvas