The late 1950s and 1960s planted the seeds for the print boom in the U.S. This talk will discuss the founding of Pratt Graphic Art Center, Tamarind Lithography Workshop, and Universal Limited Art Editions; workshops that were integral in the resurgence of interest in lithography, a medium some considered on the verge of extinction. Works by artists produced at these workshops include Lesley Dill, Bill Jensen, Jasper Johns, and Fritz Scholder, among others.
This tour is free with museum admission but an RSVP is required. Please use the linked form to reserve your tickets. Payment will be taken at the door for non-members. Members receive free admission and free tour but must RSVP through this form. Limit of 15 in-person visitors. Unlimited digital access will be available on our Facebook and YouTube pages.