In conjunction with our exhibition Collaborative Histories: Dieu Donné, we are pleased to offer a trip to New York to visit the new home of Dieu Donné in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, as well as the Brooklyn home of Pace Paper – the printshop of Pace Prints and IPCNY in Manhattan for a tour of their highly acclaimed Paper/Print: American Hand Papermaking, 1960s to Today exhibition with curators Sue Gosin and Mina Takahashi of Dieu Donné.
At Pace Paper we will be met by master printer Ruth Lingen who will be joined by one of the artists currently printing for Pace. Our next stop will be Dieu Donné, where we will enjoy a tour of their wet papermaking studio and talk with Tatiana Ginsberg and visiting artist Ethan Greenbaum about his current project. Our last stop will be at IPCNY’s Manhattan gallery, where we will enjoy a reception and a tour of Paper/Print which focuses on the important role of paper in contemporary printmaking led by curators Sue Gosin and Mina Takahashi.
Cost – $135 per person includes round trip transportation from The Print Center and a box lunch.
The Print Center Leave 10:00am
First Stop 12:30pm
Pace Paper (Brooklyn) – Artist Talk and Demo with Ruth Lingen, Master Printer.
Second Stop 2:15pm
Dieu Donné (Brooklyn Navy Yard) – Tour of the wet studios with Executive Director Kathleen Flynn, demo by Tatiana Ginsberg, Studio Collaborator & Production Manager and Artist Talk with Ethan Greenbaum.
Final Stop 4:30pm
IPCNY (Manhattan) – Reception and Tour of the Exhibition Paper/Print: American Hand Papermaking, 1960s to Today with Executive Director Judy Hecker and curators Sue Gosin and Mina Takahashi.
Philadelphia Return 8:00pm