MAPC 2018

Go West: A Collaborative Turn

As artists working with printmaking media we are accustomed to collaboration, cooperation and community within our studios and in our processes. Do we continue to embody the pioneers, pathfinders and trailblazers and in those roles, how do we take responsibility for and acknowledge the voices of those who were exterminated or displaced? Are we continuing to create new identities and challenge our political and social realities, or do we seek to find homesteads or create utopian communities where we are removed from others? Where is a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive West in this process? How do we seek and establish cooperation and collaboration and can we be “rugged individuals” and also “good citizens”? How do we respond to cultural expectations as artists? How do we include the perspectives and experiences of diverse communities? What do we desire for the art we make and for the communities of artists that we create? Do we continue to “Go West”?

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Friday, Oct 5, 2018

8:00 – 9:00 Coffee and food in Vendor & Publisher Fair - UW Art Museum lower level 

-starting at 8am several UW cars will shuttle individuals that need rides from the Hilton -

8:00 – 3:00 Vendor & Publisher Fair - UW Art Museum lower level 

9:00 – 10:15 Keynote Address:  Samuel Western – author of “Pushed Off the Mountain, Sold Down the River….” (VA111)          

10:15 – 10:30 Break with food and coffee in Vendor Fair - UW Art Museum lower level

10:30 – 12:00 Demonstrations and Panels

DEMOS:

Rosin Wash Resist: Water Table Intaglio 

Andrew Meyers  

(VA 219)


PANELS:

Multiple Strategies: Art and the Art of Political Subtlety

Tessa Dallarosa, Organizer

Panelists:  Emmy Bright, Tessa Dallarosa, Fran Lightbound & Chris Parmelee (VA 244)


Navigating Technology in Future Print Curriculum

Jennifer Scheuer, Raluca Iancu, Jonathan McFadden & David Wischer, Organizers

Panelists:  Arron Foster, Raluca Iancu, Jonathan McFadden, Anthony Mead, Jennifer Scheuer, & David Wischer (VA 111)


Inclusive Printmaking Practices: Sharing Ideas within our Community

Dylan Welch & Jade Hoyer

Visual Art Seminar Room – (VA 109)


11:30 – 1:00 Lunch – food carts available outside of Visual Art Building (east exit on 22nd street)                        

11:45 – 1:00 MAPC members meeting with lunch VA Auditorium (VA 111)  

1:00 – 2:30   Demonstrations and Panels

DEMOS:

(1:00 to 3:00)

Stone Lithography with Sharpie Markers

Emmy Lingscheit

(VA 219)


The New Frontier of Wood Engraving: Relief Engraving

Johanna Mueller 

 (VA 250)


PANELS:

Art on the Road

Anita Jung, organizer

Panelists: Kristina Paabus, Catherine Prose, Elizabeth Rose

Visual Art Auditorium (VA 111)


Patience and Printmaking Change

Angela Sprunger & Sarah Mead

Participants: Angela Sprunger, Sadie Meade, Corinne Teed, Fidencio Fifield-Perez (VA 244)


2:30 – 3:30 Demonstrations and Panels

DEMOS:

(2:30 to 3:50)

DIY Screenprint with the Hand-cut Stencil Technique

Jennifer Ghormley

Printmaking Classroom (VA 219)


PANELS:

Exploring Together: The Artists of Collaborative Books

Rachel Singel, organizer 

Participants: TBA

Participants: Amanda Lee, Susan Lowdermilk, Amanda Maciuba, Kalmia Strong, Sarita Zaleha, and Annu Vertanen  (VA 111)


Presentations 2018 MAPC Student and Emerging Artist Research Travel Grant Recipients 

Undergraduate Award: Lya Finston

Graduate Award: Elizabeth Claire Rose                              

Emerging Artist Award: David Diaz (VA 244)


3:00 – 4:00 Pick-up Conference Exchange Portfolios (VA 248) 

3:00 – 4:30 Shuttles leave for downtown Laramie   

3:00 – 6:30 Exhibitions – Downtown Laramie                              

3:30 – 6:30 Steam roller print – Downtown Laramie Union Pacific Depot Station

6:00 – 11:00 Conference Celebration – Laramie Historic Union Pacific Depot 

Music and beverages, charcuterie, appetizers, and an assortment of wood-fired pizzas produced on-site by Alibi Pub and their mobile bread oven!  

 ----return shuttles run at 9:00 / 9:30 / 10:00

*** Safe Ride and LaramieLink Dial a Ride can serve those who want to stay out later.                  

Earlier Event: October 4
Thursday, Oct 4, 2018
Later Event: October 6
Saturday, Oct 6, 2018