Summer 2021-officially! We may (here’s hoping) safely resuming non-pandemic life. It’s time to go outside, reconnect with others, and resume some activities. Keeping that advice in mind, The Art Caravan posts will be brief this summer.
I will quickly draw your attention to the Manhattan Graphics Center. MGC, a professional printmaking studio, opened in 1986. It provides space, equipment and opportunities for artists to learn printmaking, and to produce and show their artworks in New York City.
What great news (sigh of relief) to read of its reopening. Not only has it managed to survive the shutdowns of the last 15 months but MGC is offering expanded membership opportunities, and a collaboration with Center for the Book Arts.
Both Centers offer workshops and courses, virtually and (soon!) in the studios. Until July 31, MGC has a virtual exhibition UnEditioned, juried by Katie Michel of The Planthouse Gallery. I am honoured to have a print included in the show. You might want to take a quick look at this link before heading outside…
“More to explore” is beautiful, celestial. Congratulations Terry.
Congratulations on having your wonderful piece accepted into the show at the Manhattan Graphics Centre! Nice seeing the photos of the space it occupies too.
Thanks, Trish! I’m looking forward to working there some day.
Your piece is lovely and well-deserves a place in the exhibit
Your work has earned its place there. Beautiful!
Merci, mon amie!
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