Political Poster Printing

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Political Poster Printing Activity + Talk: Sunday, November 3, Noon-4:00 pm.

Throughout history, printmaking has been used as an accessible tool for communication, raising awareness about social issues and affecting positive change.

Many artists use printmaking as a form of dissent. From protest posters to zines to leaflets, printmaking possess the unique ability to disseminate information. The ability to quickly produce many multiples makes the artworks less precious and more accessible to the public.

View Printmaking As Resistance exhibition and zine library before it leaves our walls on November 16.


The Morgan's Gallery Coordinator, Anna Tararova will be giving a talk on the history of political printmaking. After her talk, we will host a letterpress poster printing activity using our Vandercook presses.

*Due to unforeseen circumstances, we rescheduled this event to Sunday, November 3 from noon-4 pm.


This event is free + open to all!

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Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory & Educational Foundation | 1754 E. 47th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44103  |  Phone 216.361.9255

 

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