The University of Colorado at Boulder Printmaking Department is sponsoring this event at the Visual Art Center (VAC) on the University of Colorado Boulder Campus. All events open and free to the public. March 7, 2014, 5:00-6:00 Reception: Coming from Afar: Prints from Printmakers from Across the United States and Abroad. 1st, 2nd and 3rd Floor Exhibition Spaces will host many print exhibitions for the Crossing and Connecting Print Symposium! Please wander from floor to floor and mingle! Refreshments will be served on
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The University of Colorado at Boulder Printmaking Department is sponsoring this event on March 7th from 12 – 6 pm at the Visual Art Center (VAC) on the University of Colorado Boulder Campus. All events open and free to the public. 12:00 – 12:10 Official Welcome to the University of Colorado at Boulder, Kirk Ambrose, Professor, Director of Art and Art History, 3rd floor exhibition space. 12:10 – 1:15 Panel Discussion: Three Heads of Printmaking, Catherine Chauvin, Associate Professor, Denver University, Marilee Salvator,
A printing process in which the impression is created by the uncarved areas of the PRINTING ELEMENT, which has been inked with a ROLLER, BRAYER, or other tool. The incised, areas do not usually print, but printing pressure often creates an embossed effect.
In all relief techniques it is the surface of the block that is inked and printed.
A printing process in which the image is incised or etched into a plate using a variety of techniques and tools. Ink is applied to the recessed areas of the printing plate and the paper is then squeezed by the press into the inked recesses, and usually leaves a PLATE MARK.