This immersive two-week artist residency session offers a stimulating experience of intercultural exchange, research and professional development. Artists have an opportunity to build lasting connections with the fellow residents and expand their network of Paris-based arts professionals and organizations.
INTERNATIONAL PRINT CENTER NEW YORK (IPCNY) is pleased to present Umbra: New Prints for a Dark Age. The exhibition is part of our New Prints Program, a platform to showcase international printmaking in the current moment. Selected by 2019/Summer artist-juror Alison Saar, the exhibition features 44 artists from Canada, Germany, Greece, India, Poland, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States. ON VIEW THROUGH SEPTEMBER 28, 2019
Press & Members Preview: Thursday, July 11, 5–6 PM
Reception & Artist Talks: Thursday, July 11, 6–8 PM
Ten Steps to Discovering the Beauty of Iceland
Exciting tour with Robynn Smith and Gary Shapiro: Art, Nature and Culture in magnificent Iceland!
Learn basic relief printing techniques and/or take your artistic practice to a new level at this 2-day Silk-Cut linoleum workshop.
Robynn Smith:Trajectories Art/Teaching/Driving, at Monterey Peninsula College.
2 Receptions: Saturday February 9, 3-5:00 and Thursday February 14, 12:30-2:30pm
Robynn is heading to Cuba! She will be printing alongside a selected number of Cuban printmakers at El Taller Experimental de Graphica, one of Cuba’s oldest and most important graphic arts centers. Stay tuned for images and insights.
The exhibition will include the work of Hj Mooij, who worked with Max Stadnik of Tiny Splendor, and Robynn Smith, who worked with Thomas Wojak of The W.O.R.K.S., along with a selection of prints from the previous three years of AIRs.