This panel will reflect on the impact of the changes and developments in printmaking and education since the initial 1999 conference.
A World of Many Worlds
We welcome practitioners to consider how their practice critically engages with notions of environmental violence and landscape change.
Meet Me at the Edge of Infinity
This panel calls for papers addressing the historical, psychological and technical effects of colour gradients in printed imagery.
Digital/Dark Side of Printmaking
One of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic was the immigration of life and work to the digital realm. A two-year milestone is adequate to reflect whether this digital shift, which resonates throughout the printmaking community as well, is to be considered as upside or downside in the outcome.
Clyde McGill &
Printmaking: a Performative Art of Touch
This panel calls for papers addressing print as texture, touch as emotion, haptic perception - the material voice of prints.
Clare Humphries &
Ecologies of Care
The Ecologies of Care panel calls for papers that explores possibilities for environmental care in the Colonial Anthropocene, especially those materialising through the making and circulation of print.
Is it possible to make etching on copper or zinc sustainable in a time of mass extinction and climate emergency?