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Checking Out Print Studio Editions

Works are posted on the dotted panels that span the Print Studio walls and column.

Interested in making something at Print Studio but don’t know where to start? Try creating a work incorporating this month’s Collective Task, adapted from artist Lisa Sanditz’s original task: Make something while honoring the spirit of Freecycle. That is, all materials used in the project must be used, borrowed and bartered. Read more

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February 13, 2012  |  Artists, Collection & Exhibitions, Print Studio
Ten-Minute Talk: Collective Task at Print Studio

As part of Print Studio, we offer a weekly series of short talks focusing on issues related to the medium of print and the sustainability of ideas within the context of modern and contemporary art. During these Ten-Minute Talks, a variety of MoMA staff—from conservators to librarians and archivists—as well as guest artists and educators, share their expertise, offering insight on a variety of topics and a special behind-the-scenes look at MoMA’s engagement with the medium of print and selected Print Studio projects.

This week poet Robert Fitterman discusses the ongoing Collective Task project and its re-imagined version for Print Studio. In this entertaining video, Fitterman is in conversation with Lanny Jordan Jackson, the current curator of the Collective Task project.

We encourage you to create a print in response to this week’s task, adapted from Lisa Sanditz’s original task:  “Make something while honoring the spirit of Freecycle. That is, all materials used in the project must be used, borrowed and bartered.”

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January 26, 2012  |  Print Studio
Opening Day at Print Studio

This display wall features Print Studio editions made on day one.

Print Studio opened on Monday, January 23—and right away visitors began arriving to make the first prints. Having spent much of last week installing graphics, printing equipment, and furniture into the mezzanine of MoMA’s Education and Research Building Read more