Annual Print Fair & Exhibition 2016
Self Help Graphics & Art’s Annual Print Fair & Exhibition is a highly anticipated one-day only opportunity for art lovers to acquire new, limited edition, fine art prints created by dozens of artists at Self Help Graphics & Art between 2015-2016. The Annual Print Fair & Exhibition features serigraphs, monoprints, as well as new relief and intaglio print editions.
Workshops at 1PM, 3PM & 4PM
Panel at 2PM
New works by Pavel Acevedo, John Carlos de Luna, Joe Galarza, Xitlalic Guijosa, Jennifer Gutierrez Morgan, Poli Marichal, Dewey Tafoya, Ray Vargas and many more.
Art lovers of all kinds – from casual admirers to serious collectors – are invited to attend this highly anticipated showcase of artists that have participated through Self Help Graphics & Art’s 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.
Self Help Graphics & Art is a 501(c)3 organization. Our program and events are support in part by our artists, volunteers, and board of directors, as well as by our major donors and collectors. Additional support is provided by Bloomberg Philanthropist, Southern California Edison, Vernon Community Fund, Dwight Stuart Youth Fund, AARP, Bank of America Foundation, Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles, The Getty Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Los Angeles County Art Commission, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, First District, Councilman Jose Huizar, 14th District, Pasadena Art Alliance, and the Weingart Foundation.