Talks, Seminars, Media & Press

Saturday, October 17: Printmaking in Taos – A Celebration

The Harwood Museum of Art, Arthur Bell Auditorium

Saturday, October 17

9:30 AM

Meeting at the Crossroads of Taos–Artists and Their Prints, 1854-1994 David Farmer, Co-curator for Pressing Through Time The Legacy of Light–Contemporary Printmaking in Taos Valley Robert Parker, Co-curator for Pressing Through Time

11:15 AM

The Taos Society of Artists and the American Lithography Renaissance of the 1930’s Michael Grauer, Curator of Art, Panhandle Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, TX.

12:30 PM

LUNCH

1:30 PM

Printmaking Milestones Helen Frederick, Founder of Pyramid Atlantic and Director of Navigation Press, George Mason University

2:30 PM

Gustave Baumann – Baumann in Taos, His woodcuts and Illustrious Career Thomas Leech, Director, The Press at the Palace of Governors, New Mexico History Museum, Santa Fe

3:30 PM

From Barbizon to Taos: The Moran Family and the 19th Century Etching Revival Robert Bell, M.D., Print Collector, Santa Fe, NM, specializing in European and American prints.

Sunday, October 18: Printmaking in Taos – A Celebration

The Harwood Museum of Art, Arthur Bell Auditorium

Sunday, October 18

1:30 PM

Contemporary Printmakers of Taos Panel Discussion with Printmakers, moderated by Gary Cook, Faculty, UNM Taos

2:30 PM

Doel Reed: The Hispanic Influences Edward P. Walkiewicz, Former Director, Doel Reed Center for the Arts, Professor Emeritus of English, OSU

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