Artist Andrew Raftery giving an Artist Talk at IPCNY.
for the general public
the participation of artists, master printers and curators in gallery
and studio talks, IPCNY generates a lively dialogue on the subject
of prints and printmaking.
In November 2009, IPCNY organized IPCNY TALKS, a series of 8 artist and printmaker talks at the Editions/Artists' Books fair at the X-Initiative space in Chelsea. To view a complete schedule of the Program for IPCNY TALKS, free and open to the public, click here. Click here for images.
resources are available to the public at IPCNY, as well as on-line,
including biographical and technical information about the artists
and works on view in the gallery, and listings of print shows and
IPCNY's members, museum and student groups, and others with a special
interest in learning about prints, are invited to IPCNY for exhibitions
and educational events.
following artists have given gallery and workshop talks:
Jee Sung Lee
Laura Sue Phillips
Sarah Nicole Phillips
Printers who have shared their expertise by speaking to IPCNY groups
or offering printmaking demonstrations for IPCNY members are:
Robert Blanton, Brand X Editions
Bill Goldston, ULAE
Randy Hemminghaus, Galamander Press
Dusica Kirjakovic, Lower East Side Printshop
David Lasry, Two Palms Press
Bill Laguttati, Tamarind Institure
Andrew Mockler, Jungle Press Editions
Jean-Yves Noblet, Pamplemousse Press, Pace Prints
Andrew Raftery, RISD
Andre Ribuoli, Pamplemousse Press, Pace Prints
Sylvia Roth, Hudson River Editions
Jean-Paul Russell, Durham Press, Inc.
Judith Solodkin, SOLO Impression,
Dieu Donne Papermill
Curatorial talks have been given by the following:
Brooke Alexander, Brooke Alexander
Deborah Cullen, El Museo Del Barrio
Joseph Goddu, Hirschl & Adler Gallery
Starr Figura, Museum of Modern Art
Judy Hecker, Museum of Modern Art
Kimball Higgs, Gagosian, Chelsea
Faye Hirsch, independent
David Kiehl, Whitney Museum of American Art
Susan Lorence, independent
Robert Newman, The Old Printshop
David Platzker, Printed Matter
David Tunick, David Tunick, Inc.
Roberta Waddell, New York Public Library
Elizabeth Wyckoff, New York Public Library
Deborah Wye, Museum of Modern Art
Collector's Talks have been given by the following:
Dudley Del Balso
New Prints Essayists have been:
Michele Oka Doner
Matthew Day Jackson
Robin White Owen
Thomas E. Rassieur
Weekly lectures offered free to the public were organized by IPCNY
at The AXA Gallery during the New York presentation of Hard Pressed, IPCNY's Inaugural Exhibition. Tours of the Exhibition were offered
to school children in a special outreach program developed in co-operation
with the New York City Board of Education.
visits to workshops, exhibitions, fairs, and artists' studios are also
offered as part of IPCNY's membership
program. A young members' group, the 6:45 Print Club was offered
in 2001, offers a series of programs designed to increase familiarity
with the techniques of printmaking and knowledge of print purchasing
opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students are available ar IPCNY and
pursued in partnership with other institutions.
for School Groups
New York City Department of Education's arts curriculum Blueprint
for Teaching and Learning in the Arts identifies Printmaking as
one of the seven arts that students are required to learn about. IPCNY
offers educational programs aligned with The Blueprint for
elementary, middle and high school classes, to help your students
expand their visual literacy skills.
During the 2009-2010 school year, IPCNY offered The Future
Printmakers' Workshop which was designed to engage students in the study
of prints and printmaking. The workshop was tailored to the class
level of the students attending.
of IPCNY's workshops were as follows:
- Brief introduction to the organization and to the New York printmaking community
- Exhibition tour
is a Print?", an explanation of printmaking techniques and practices
of an excerpt from Lasting Impressions, a PBS program about Robert
Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop
- Print demonstration by a professional working artist
are welcome to make an appointment to bring their students to the
IPCNY Gallery whenever an exhibition is on view, before or during
gallery hours (11 am - 6 pm)
call Amanda Young at 212-989-5090 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to schedule a visit.