ANNUAL PRINT FAIR & EXHIBITION 2018
print fair SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 2018 – 12PM TO 5PM
exhibition on view through august 3, 2018
Self Help Graphics & Art’s Annual Print Fair and Exhibition (#SHGPrintFair) is a highly anticipated one-day opportunity for art lovers to acquire new, limited edition, fine art prints created by dozens of artists at SHG between 2017-18, through our Professional Printmaking Program. The Annual Print Fair & Exhibition features serigraphs, monoprints, as well as new relief and intaglio print editions.
Although the #SHGPrintFair has passed, the exhibition continues at the SHG Gallery through August 3, 2018 and features work by artists such as Margaret Alarcon, Clover, Pepe Coronado, Sandra Fernandez, River Garza, Luis Genaro Garcia, Rosalia Lopez, Douglas Miles, Dalila Paola Mendez, Malaquias Montoya, Zeke Peña, Kimberly Robertson, Cynthia Velasquez and many more! Shop recent prints online anytime at bit.ly/SHGShop.
The Professional Print Program is supported in part by our artists, volunteers, board of directors, as well as collectors, and major donors including the Eastside Arts Initiative, Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts, Pasadena Art Alliance, Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity, California Community Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, and the Los Angeles County Art Commission, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
professional printmaking program
The Professional Printmaking Program is the artistic foundation of Self Help Graphics & Art (SHG). The acclaimed Professional Printmaking Program has produced over 750 editions and offers artists of various experiences the opportunity to create limited edition silkscreen serigraphs and monoprints through a peer-led approach that is dedicated to providing a nurturing environment that supports our artists’ creativity and careers.
As one of the most recognized Latino printmaking centers in America, SHG is committed to taking more innovative approaches in everything it does. We have been dedicated to working with artists in exploring the juxtaposition of traditional and non-traditional printmaking processes and to the development of content that is both culturally relevant and investigative. As is our tradition and mission, emerging artists will be central in helping us experiment in each atelier.
The Professional Printmaking Program is supported in part by our wonderful sponsors:
THE PEOPLE'S PRINTMAKING WEEK
Self Help Graphics & Art believes in making printmaking as accessible to as many community members as possible. Please visit our Eventbrite page for a list of FREE and donation-based workshops. All materials provided by SHG, no experience necessary.
Visit our Eventbrite page for a list of upcoming FREE and low-cost workshops.