OUR SHARED VISUAL CULTURE: THE POWER OF PRINTS AND MULTIPLICITY
What is it about prints and printmaking that draws such fervent practitioners, collectors, and fans? How are prints relevant to all our lives? What do all those people in the "print ecosystem" do anyway?
Series one looks at prints and printmaking in the context of museums, the market, critiques, and the print ecosystem. Series two offers a history of prints and printmaking in the West. Series three offers interviews with the colorful characters of the print ecosystem. Join us and the wonderful fans of prints and printmaking.
In Platemark s3e22, host Ann Shafer talks with Laura Einstein, manager of The Gallery at the Met Store.
In s2e25, hosts Ann Shafer and Tru Ludwig take an in-depth look at Jacques Callot, who is the first printmaker in Western art to record the atrocities of war. He heads up any list of artists using prints to spread …
In Platemark s3e21, host Ann Shafer talks with Pam Paulson, founder of Paulson Fontaine Press, Berkeley, California. After earning her MFA in painting from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1982 (she was a teaching assistant for Robert...
In Platemark s3e20, host Ann Shafer talks with Kimberli Gant, curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum. While Kimberli’s specialty isn’t in prints per se, she is one of those unusual non-print curators who likes and...
Platemark s2e24 concludes hosts Ann Shafer and Tru Ludwig’s conversation on reproductive prints. This episode stars Hendrick Goltzius and Peter Paul Rubens.
In s3e19, host Ann Shafer talks with Maryanne Ellison Simmons, printer and owner of Wildwood Press in St. Louis, MO. She and her husband, baseball hall-of-famer Ted Simmons, also collect contemporary art.
Podcast host Ann Shafer talks with Kimberli Gant about museums, prints, Jacob Lawrence, and the Mbari Club..
Platemark host Ann Shafer updates listeners on how series three is coming along.
Platemark's first episode in series three (interviews with print ecosystem luminaries) kicks off with Paula Panczenko, Tandem Press, and Russell Panczenk…
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"This is a lovely conversation between two people who clearly love working with each other, about their deeply loved topic: Prints. Every episode has me chuckling, thinking, and going to the website …"