Print Summit 2010

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

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9:00 – noon CHIP THOMAS WHEAT PASTING PROJECT

(Tuesday September 7 – Thursday September 9)

Gray Gallery- School of Art and Design 

Installation in the Gray Gallery. Tuesday morning between 9:00 -noon. In succession, Chip  Thomas proposes wheat pasting large murals on the south facing wall of the UBE, the Bicycle Post, and beside the vacant lot at 420 Evans St.  His murals will be on display throughout Print Summit 2010.

This event event is free and open to the public.

p.m. TBA (pm) SATAN’S CAMARO PRINT PUBLISHING WORKSHOP

Room 1106, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University

Justin Strom, University of Maryland and Lenore Thomas, University of Pittsburgh Printmaking guild will be printing for a visiting artist collaborative Satan’s Camero who will arrive on Tuesday. The students and artists will work on publishing an edition for the whole week, finishing the print Friday, signing and curating on Saturday.
Observers are welcome.

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

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9 – 5:00 pm SATAN’S CAMARO PRINT PUBLISHING WORKSHOP (continued)


Room 1106, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University

Screen printing an edition: Justin Strom, University of Maryland And Lenore Thomas, University Of Pittsburgh.

Observers are welcome. 

11 – 1:50 pm RELIEF PORTRAIT DEMOLITION DERBY (continued)

Brandon Sanderson, UNC Pembroke and Kevin Bowman, College of the Sequoias. Some 45 printmaking survey students will engage in an introductory level workshop during the scheduled class times and offer open studio sessions outside of classes.

For students enrolled in printmaking survey class section Art 1020 (1).

p.m.  TBA    CHIP THOMAS WHEAT PASTING PROJECT (continued)

(Tuesday September 7 – Thursday September)

 Observers are welcome. 

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

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9 – 5:00 pm SATAN’S CAMARO PRINT PUBLISHING WORKSHOP (continued)

Room 1106, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University

Screen printing an edition: Justin Strom, University of Maryland And Lenore Thomas, University Of Pittsburgh.

Observers are welcome. 

TBA  CHIP THOMAS WHEAT PASTING PROJECT (continued)

(Tuesday September 7 – Thursday September)

Observers are welcome. 

11 – 4:50 pm RELIEF PORTRAIT DEMOLITION DERBY ( continued)

Brandon Sanderson, UNC Pembroke and Kevin Bowman, College of the Sequoias. Some 45 printmaking survey students will engage in an introductory level workshop during the scheduled class times and offer open studio sessions outside of classes.

For students enrolled in printmaking survey class section ART 1020 (2&3).

TBA  COLLABORATING WITH NICOLE HAND 

More information coming soon.

Friday, September 10th, 2010

NOTE: Demonstration schedule below will be for three hours slots. However, many of the printmaking artists have plans to work while in the studio and therefore have been give a dedicated space and press. It is possible you will find the printmaker/artists at work if you wander through the studios listed at times other than slot listed.

9 – 5:00 pm SATAN’S CAMARO PRINT PUBLISHING WORKSHOP (continued)

Room 1106, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University

Screen printing an edition: Justin Strom, University of Maryland And Lenore Thomas, University Of Pittsburgh.

Observers are welcome.

10 – 12:00 pm METAL ENGRAVING – MYTHS AND TECHNIQUES- Demonstration

Room 1104, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University

Oscar Gillespie of Bradley University will offer a 2 hour demonstration on the techniques involved in metal engraving as a printmaking technique.

This event is free and open to the public.  Space is limited, arrive early.

1 – 3:00 pm COLLABORATING WITH NICOLE HAND

Room 1103, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University.

Nicole Hand, Murray State (KY) collaborative workshop and demonstration of techniques used.
More information coming soon.

3 – 5:00 pm DIMENSIONALIZING A PRINT- Demonstration

Room 1104, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University.

Michael Loderstedt of Kent State University will be demonstrating the construction of his paper ship entitled Schiff Geschicte included in the exhibition as part of Print Summit. The cut and folded serigraph previously printed on both sides of the page, will be scored, folded, glued and assembled while Loderstedt talks and displays other 3-dimensional print projects and portfolios. Questions from the audience on all aspects of 3-dimensional applications of printmaking are encouraged during the demonstration.

This event is free and open to the public.  Space is limited, arrive early.

Saturday, September 11th, 2010 

NOTE: Demonstration schedule below will be for three hours slots. However, many of the printmaking artists have plans to work while in the studio and therefore have been give a dedicated space and press. It is possible you will find the printmaker/artists at work if you wander through the studios listed at times other than slot listed.

SPECIAL NOTE: There will be a football game today: ECU vs. Memphis, 12:00 p.m. The streets, campus and parking lots will be very busy.

8:30 – 11:00 DIGITAL DEMONSTRATION COMBINED WITH TRADITIONAL TECHNIQUES

Rooms 1104 and 1108, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University

Scott Ludwig from Appalachian State University in North Carolina will be demonstrate digital intergration with intaglio prints.

This event is free and open to the public.  Space is limited, arrive early.

9 – 5:00 pm SATAN’S CAMARO PRINT PUBLISHING WORKSHOP (continued)

Room 1106, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University

Screen printing an edition: Justin Strom, University of Maryland and Lenore Thomas, University Of Pittsburgh.

Observers are welcome.

11 - 1:00 p.m. FOUR COLOR ETCHING- demonstration

Room 1003, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University

Jon Goebel of the University of South Carolina) will demonstrate a 4 color etching process.
This event is free and open to the public.  Space is limited, arrive early.

1 – 3:30 pm LITHOGRAPHY TECHNIQUES- demonstration

Room 1101, School of Art and Design, East Carolina University.

Lithography demonstration by Otis Tamasauskas, Queen's University, Canada.

Details regarding this demonstration will be posted soon.