Friday evening, February 1, 2019 5–9 pm
Saturday, February 2, 2019 10 am–4:30 pm
The Saint Louis Art Museum presents this unique opportunity to hear from artists, printers, publishers, and scholars about the state of printmaking in the United States over the past six decades. The cross-pollination of ideas between these individuals has tested boundaries and resulted in unconventional formats that match the challenges of emerging subject matter. This multifaceted event will include lectures, panels, and interactive breakout sessions featuring national and local presenters who are variously engaged in the world of printmaking.
The symposium is held in conjunction with the exhibition Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now (November 11, 2018–February 3, 2019).
Symposium keynote lecture:
Then and Now: Aliens Sans Frontières
Friday, February 1, 7 pm
The Farrell Auditorium
$10 / $5 for Members / $5 for students
Chagoya will address the ways his art reﬂects
on the cultural contrasts and collisions he has experienced during his lifetime living in different parts of North America and Europe. He will discuss his concepts of “reverse anthropology” and “reverse modernism,” while also reﬂecting on the role of print media in his art. This lecture can be attended as a stand-alone event or as part of the symposium.
Saturday, February 2, 10 am– 4:30 pm
$55 / $50 Members / $15 Students
The Alchemy of the Process:
Problem Solving in the Printshop
Participants will select from a range of intimate gallery tours, talks, and demonstrations.
Art and Publishing, an Evolving Dialogue