Starting on Friday, November 4 (5pm-9pm), Mirabo Press will hosting a reception for an international screenprint exhibition that will be visiting the gallery. The juried traveling exhibition will feature artists from around the globe.
The following week, a two-day symposium (Friday, November 11 and Saturday, November 12) will take place, featuring screenprint demonstrations, artist talks, open portfolio sessions, and print shop and collection tours around Buffalo.
Artists, art lovers, and fans of various screeprinting techniques are highly encouraged to attend the reception as well as participate in the symposium.
Friday, November 11: Mirabo Press has scheduled a demo at the UB print shop, a collection tour at Anderson Gallery, and a wallpaper printing demo at Red Disk.
Saturday, November 12: A couple of demos will be held at Mirabo Press, from more out-of-town artists (including the founder of the biennial). There will also be open portfolio sessions, artist talks, Q&A, and viewing of the exhibition.
“Entry is free, and we’d really love to get the community out to see screenprint work from all over the world, learn some new techniques, and get a better look at the Buffalo printmaking community,” said Rachel Shelton of Mirabo Press.
Participating artists: Miguel A. Aragón, Mary Claire Becker, Samantha Blumenfeld, Serigrafía Cooperativa, Dadisi Curtis, Jr., Aaron Eliah Terry, Christin Fanelli, J. Leigh Garcia, Cullen Houser, Doi Kim, Amanda Knowles, Tikva Lantigua, Daniel Luedtke, Naomi Nakazato, Asuka Ohsawa, Barbara Rowe & Peter Sowiski, Blake Sanders, Tara Segars, Sarah Sipling, Suzie Smith, Mei Lam So, Roberto Torres Mata
The Open Portfolio sessions are open to artists age 18 and up, and will cost $10. There are only 10 tables available. Please contact Mirabo Press at email@example.com to reserve a table. Registration for a table will be closed on October 31st.
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