[Msa-discuss] Association of Print Scholars Inaugural Lecture: Peter Parshal "Why Study Prints Now?"
katherine at printscholars.org
Wed Sep 9 17:08:16 EDT 2015
The Association of Print Scholars is pleased to announce its inaugural
“Why Study Prints Now?”
September 25, 2015 at 4 PM
Martin Segal Theater at The Graduate Center, The City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY.
In his lecture, Peter Parshall, former Curator of Old Master prints at the
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., will address the history and
historiography of print studies. He is the former Jane Neuberger Goodsell
Professor of Art History and the Humanities at Reed College and, with David
Landau, co-author of The Renaissance Print: 1470-1550 (Yale University
Press, 1994). Parshall has published extensively and organized several
groundbreaking exhibitions covering a wide range of topics about
printmaking. He is currently conducting research on the curator William
Ivins for an upcoming 2016 exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
entitled The Power of Prints: The Legacy of William Ivins and Hyatt Mayor.
For further details, and to RSVP (recommended but not required), please
visit http://www.printscholars.org/rsvp or contact Katherine Alcauskas (
katherine at printscholars.org).
APS is thankful for the generous support of the International Fine Print
Dealers Association and the Department of Art History, The Graduate Center,
City University of New York.
The Association of Print Scholars (APS) is a nonprofit members’ group for
enthusiasts of printmaking that brings together the diverse community of
curators, collectors, academics, graduate students, artists, conservators,
critics, independent scholars, and art dealers. APS’s goals are to
encourage innovative and interdisciplinary study of printmaking and to
facilitate dialogue among its members. Over 350 people from all over the
world have become members since APS launched in 2014.
*Katherine D. Alcauskas*
Association of Print Scholars
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