I am watching this today as I work… it is delicious. Holy cow, I want to print gig posters all day.
I just watched a documentary that we all need to see: Art Is… The Permanent Revolution. It is a lovely paean to the art of the Print. Good stuff, on Netflix and you may be able to see it elsewhere.
Okay, after the snow storm prevented my getting to school yesterday, I managed to get here this morning with 20 pounds of potatoes in tow. I set up a booth in the Atrium and had quite a few takers! I signed up some prospective new members and just generally gauged the interest students might have for our club. Turns out, quite a bit!
Dear Printmaking Club members-to-be:
We will be helping you print Valentines on the fly at the Club Fair, details to follow. 12:45 to 2:30, Voorhees Building.
Basically, in order to get people interested in joining the CTPC, we are going to have a little getting-to-know-you session. We will be printing simple valentines with potato stamps and tempera paint. Very exciting stuff!
Here is the page wherein we will find all the information we need.
Students are able to start clubs as long as they have a minimum of 15 people, an advisor and a constitution. I and David Barthold are willing to be advisors, so we just need members, then members who are willing to become officers. From there, we need to fill out some paper work and voila! We are a club!
I am Prof. Libby Clarke, and I am working with some like-minded members of our community to start the City Tech Printmaking Club. We hope to start having events as soon as possible this semester, so be sure to check back and look for flyers.