June 8 | Public Program: Brooklyn Printshop Crawl

Join IPCNY for an afternoon trip to Powerhouse Arts Printshop and Peter Kruty Editions, Brooklyn, NY, with print demonstrations and a behind-the-scenes look at these shops and their current projects.

$20 for IPCNY members, $30 for non-members. Purchase tickets on Eventbrite here. Includes round-trip transport by private bus from IPCNY leaving at 11am. For more info on IPCNY membership, visit ipcny.org/join.

Image: Studio view of Powerhouse Arts Printshop. Photo courtesy Elisabeth Berezansky for IPCNY.

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May 16 | Public Program: Printers' Proof

Join us at IPCNY on May 16 from 6–8 PM for a panel with Glen Baldridge of Forth Estate, Luther Davis of Powerhouse Arts Printshop, Ruth Lingen of Line Press Limited, and Brad Ewing of Marginal Editions discussing the community of Brooklyn printers, as well as their own histories and recent projects.

This event is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible. A suggested donation helps underwrite the costs of our Pulled In Brooklyn programming. RSVP on Eventbrite here.

Butt Johnson.   Slam Dunk ‘87,  2007. Hotstamp foil and enamel screenprint on museum board. Sheet: 15 1/2 x 18 inches. Printed by Luther Davis, Axelle Editions; published by Forth Estate Editions. Edition: 30. Courtesy the artist. © 2019 Butt Johnson

Butt Johnson. Slam Dunk ‘87, 2007. Hotstamp foil and enamel screenprint on museum board. Sheet: 15 1/2 x 18 inches. Printed by Luther Davis, Axelle Editions; published by Forth Estate Editions. Edition: 30. Courtesy the artist. © 2019 Butt Johnson

Florian Meisenberg .  I Don't Think You Have a Very Good Voice, but You Are a Singer! How Do You Do That?,  2013. Silkscreen, airbrush, acrylic with hand additions. Sheet: 14 x 21 inches. Printed and published by Brad Ewing, Marginal Editions. Edition: Unique, series of 10. Courtesy Marginal Editions. Photo Credit: Marginal Editions. © 2019 Florian Meisenberg

Florian Meisenberg. I Don't Think You Have a Very Good Voice, but You Are a Singer! How Do You Do That?, 2013. Silkscreen, airbrush, acrylic with hand additions. Sheet: 14 x 21 inches. Printed and published by Brad Ewing, Marginal Editions. Edition: Unique, series of 10. Courtesy Marginal Editions. Photo Credit: Marginal Editions. © 2019 Florian Meisenberg

Alex Dodge.   El Norte (Fantasma) , 2017. Screenprint on Davey binder’s board. Sheet: 20 x 30 inches. Printed by Luther Davis, BRT Printshop; published Joseph Editions, Columbus, Ohio. Edition: 30. Courtesy BRT Printshop/Powerhouse Arts Printshop. © 2019 Alex Dodge

Alex Dodge. El Norte (Fantasma), 2017. Screenprint on Davey binder’s board. Sheet: 20 x 30 inches. Printed by Luther Davis, BRT Printshop; published Joseph Editions, Columbus, Ohio. Edition: 30. Courtesy BRT Printshop/Powerhouse Arts Printshop. © 2019 Alex Dodge

Matthew Day Jackson.   Solipsist , 2019. Lithograph and engraving on pigmented stenciled handmade paper. Sheet: 17 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches. Printed by Ruth Lingen, Nina Dine, Mackenzie Kimler; published by Line Press Limited. Edition: 20. Collection of Roger Kass. © 2019 Matthew Day Jackson

Matthew Day Jackson. Solipsist, 2019. Lithograph and engraving on pigmented stenciled handmade paper. Sheet: 17 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches. Printed by Ruth Lingen, Nina Dine, Mackenzie Kimler; published by Line Press Limited. Edition: 20. Collection of Roger Kass. © 2019 Matthew Day Jackson

May 2 | Public Program: The Collaborative Process: Artist & Printer, Part 2

Join IPCNY on May 2 from 6–8 PM for a panel with artist Carrie Moyer and Marina Ancona of 10 Grand Press, and artist Joanne Greenbaum and Jennifer Melby of Jennifer Melby Editions exploring how the relationship between artist and printer informs the process of making a print from start to finish.

This event is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible. A suggested donation helps underwrite the costs of our Pulled In Brooklyn programming. RSVP on Eventbrite here.

Carrie Moyer.   Untitled (III) , 2014. Monotype with chine-collé. Sheet: 29 x 21 inches. Printed and published by Marina Ancona, 10 Grand Press. Edition: Unique, series of 15. Courtesy the artist and 10 Grand Press. Photo Credit: 10 Grand Press. © 2019 Carrie Moyer

Carrie Moyer. Untitled (III), 2014. Monotype with chine-collé. Sheet: 29 x 21 inches. Printed and published by Marina Ancona, 10 Grand Press. Edition: Unique, series of 15. Courtesy the artist and 10 Grand Press. Photo Credit: 10 Grand Press. © 2019 Carrie Moyer

Joanne Greenbaum.   Untitled , 2018. Soft ground, sugar lift aquatint, and aquatint. Sheet: 22 1/2 x 17 1/2 inches. Printed by Jennifer Melby, Jennifer Melby Editions; published by Jennifer Melby Editions and Edition Linn, Heidelberg, Germany. Edition: 14. Courtesy Jennifer Melby Editions. © 2019 Joanne Greenbaum

Joanne Greenbaum. Untitled, 2018. Soft ground, sugar lift aquatint, and aquatint. Sheet: 22 1/2 x 17 1/2 inches. Printed by Jennifer Melby, Jennifer Melby Editions; published by Jennifer Melby Editions and Edition Linn, Heidelberg, Germany. Edition: 14. Courtesy Jennifer Melby Editions. © 2019 Joanne Greenbaum

April 23 | Public Program: The Collaborative Process: Artist & Printer, Part 1

Join us at IPCNY on April 23 from 6–8 PM for a panel with artist Dana Schutz and Rob Swainston of Prints of Darkness, and artist Jacqueline Humphries and Andrew Mockler of Jungle Press Editions exploring how the relationship between artist and printer informs the process of making a print from start to finish.

This event is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible. A suggested donation helps underwrite the costs of our Pulled In Brooklyn programming. RSVP on Eventbrite here.

Dana Schutz.   Back Surgery In Bed,  2015. Woodcut. Sheet: 28 1/4 x 20 3/4 inches. Printed by Rob Swainston, Prints of Darkness; published by Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany. Edition: 50. Courtesy Rob Swainston and Prints of Darkness. © 2019 Dana Schutz

Dana Schutz. Back Surgery In Bed, 2015. Woodcut. Sheet: 28 1/4 x 20 3/4 inches. Printed by Rob Swainston, Prints of Darkness; published by Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany. Edition: 50. Courtesy Rob Swainston and Prints of Darkness. © 2019 Dana Schutz

Jacqueline Humphries .  Untitled , 2013. Woodcut. Sheet: 36 1/2 x 37 inches. Printed and published by Andrew Mockler, Jungle Press Editions. Edition: Unique. Courtesy Andrew Mockler, Jungle Press Editions. © 2019 Jacqueline Humphries

Jacqueline Humphries. Untitled, 2013. Woodcut. Sheet: 36 1/2 x 37 inches. Printed and published by Andrew Mockler, Jungle Press Editions. Edition: Unique. Courtesy Andrew Mockler, Jungle Press Editions. © 2019 Jacqueline Humphries

April 11 | Public Program: Build Your Own Printshop at Pratt Institute

Join International Print Center New York for a panel with Leslie Diuguid of Du-Good Press, Mark Herschede of Haven Press, Anna Hoberman of Afternoon Editions, and Erik Hougen of Lower East Side Printshop. Moderated by artist, Adjunct Associate Professor of Fine Arts, and organizer of Pratt Institute Editions Grayson Cox, this conversation will explore how printmakers continue their practice after leaving their school's facilities, how to establish a printshop, and other avenues for working in the field.

This event is free and open to the public; RSVP on Eventbrite.

This event is part of the public programming for IPCNY's spring exhibition Pulled In Brooklyn, taking place at Pratt Institute Library, 3rd floor, Alumni Reading Room, 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, NY. This event is free and open to the public.

Pratt Institute is accessible via the Clinton/Washington G train. View a map of Pratt Institute and transit directions here; the library is Building 2. Read more about Pulled In Brooklyn, including additional public programs, here.

Image: Leslie Diuguid working with a large screen at Powerhouse Arts Printshop. Photo courtesy Elisabeth Berezansky for IPCNY.

Image: Leslie Diuguid working with a large screen at Powerhouse Arts Printshop. Photo courtesy Elisabeth Berezansky for IPCNY.

April 4 | Opening Reception | Pulled in Brooklyn

Check out pictures from the opening reception of Pulled In Brooklyn, on view at IPCNY from April 4–June 15, 2019. Be sure to stop by the gallery Tuesday–Saturday, 11am–6pm. Many thanks to Kayrock Screenprinting for live printing and Brooklyn Brewery for beer! All photos courtesy of Elisabeth Berezansky for IPCNY.