APS Printmaking Workshop for Early-Career Curators and Scholars

(Minneapolis, JULY 24 -28, 2023) 



Where and when is the Getty Workshop being held?

The workshop will begin on Monday, July 24, 2023 and will conclude on Friday, July 28, 2023. Sessions will be held at the Highpoint Center for Printmaking and the Minneapolis Institute of Art.

Will I have to make my own travel arrangements?

No, workshop organizers will make all travel arrangements in consultation with participants.

Can I make additional charges to my hotel room?

Workshop organizers will cover the entire nightly rate and taxes for all attendees’ hotel rooms. Upon checkout, attendees will have to provide a personal credit card to cover any additional charges to the room, such as phone calls, laundry or dry cleaning services, etc.

What hotel will host attendees?

Workshop organizers have reserved rooms for attendees at the Moxy Minneapolis Uptown. Located in Minneapolis’ Uptown neighborhood, the Moxy Minneapolis Uptown is a boutique hotel situated within one of the liveliest communities in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. In addition to being within walking distance to the Highpoint Center for Printmaking the hotel is close to several restaurants, charming boutiques, and gastropubs in uptown. Hotel rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi, chic décor, scenic views and flat-panel HDTVs. Guests have access to amenities such as a bar and lounge, fitness center, on site convenience store, and complimentary coffee & tea.

Will I have to pay for my own meals?

Workshop organizers will host all participants for a welcome breakfast, welcome reception, and farewell dinner. Organizers will also provide a daily per diem for breakfast ($20/person per day), lunch ($25/person per day), and dinner ($40/person per day) to each participant, when meals are not provided.

Will I have to pay for local transportation?

Workshop organizers will provide attendees with a per diem of $125 to help offset costs for rideshares, taxis, and/or public transportation during your stay while exploring Minneapolis on your own. Please note that the hotel is located 10.2 miles from Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport and does not provide a shuttle service, but we will provide an additional $75 for taxi rides from and to the airport.

How will I receive my per diem?

Workshop organizers will disburse stipends to attendees in the week prior to the start of the workshop. Payment will be made by direct deposit from Chase Business Banking Services via Zelle. In order to enroll with Zelle, please use the email and phone number provided to APS in your online travel form earlier this year. 

If you have not yet enrolled your Zelle® profile, follow these simple steps:

  1. Click on the link provided in the payment notification.
  2. Select your bank or credit union.
  3. Follow the instructions provided on the page to enroll and receive your payment.
  4. If your bank or credit union is NOT listed, then download the Zelle® app and enroll your Visa® or Mastercard® debit card.

Upon completion, you will not need to take any further action. The money will be transferred directly into your bank account associated with your profile prior to the start of the workshop. 

What materials will I need to bring with me to the workshop?

All materials will be provided by event organizers.

Will readings or assignments be required in advance of the workshop?

Yes, event organizers will provide attendees with an itinerary and syllabus in anticipation of studio work and museum visits. Although not required, attendees are strongly encouraged to review these materials and are welcome to bring imagery (from your museum or personal collection, your own design or cut-outs, etc.) in order to make the most of studio work.

Who should I contact to request an accommodation?

Inquiries regarding attendee accommodations should be directed to our Project Administrator, Heather Linton, via email at heather@printscholars.org.

Will information about the workshop cohort be shared with the group (contact/bios/etc.)?

Yes, prior to the start of the workshop event organizers will share biographies and contact information among the cohort.

What attire would you recommend for workshop activities? 

For days in the workshop, you will be provided with aprons, when possible. However, we recommend participants wear clothes that they do not mind getting a little dirty. Clothes for workshop days should be comfortable and allow participants to move freely. 



*Please note that we are monitoring the situation closely and expect to provide additional health and safety protocols, all of which are subject to change.*

Do I have to be vaccinated to participate in the workshop?

The health and safety of our ​workshop attendees is our top priority. In accordance with ​local state law requirements, all those attending the ​workshop must be fully vaccinated, and guests will be required to share photo identification and proof of vaccination (including booster doses) with workshop organizers prior to the start of the workshop no later than May 15, 2023 by sending a photo of your vaccination card and a copy of a photo ID to Project Administrator, Heather Linton, via email at heather@printscholars.org

Please notify Heather if you have any issue emailing the required documentation. Records will be stored securely until the conclusion of the workshop, when documents will be permanently deleted. 

Please be sure your vaccination card shows the following:

*If you have received your vaccine outside of the United States your documentation must include the above information, in English, in order for us to accurately update your record.  

Will I have to wear a face mask while participating in the program?

Masks will be required during all indoor events (with the exception of eating or drinking). Due to the intimate nature of the workshop activities, we will also encourage participants to avoid close, unmasked social activities, including social gatherings and dining with other unvaccinated people, in the days leading up to their arrival and throughout their stay in Minnesota. 

Will I need to sign a waiver?

While participating in events held or sponsored by the Association of Print Scholars (“APS”), consistent with CDC guidelines, participants are encouraged to practice hand hygiene, “social distancing” and wear face coverings to reduce the risks of exposure to COVID-19. Because COVID-19 is extremely contagious and is spread mainly from person-to-person contact, APS has put in place preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. However, APS cannot guarantee that its participants, volunteers, partners, or others in attendance will not become infected with COVID-19. As a result, all participants will be provided with a liability waiver and release of claims from APS which should be completed by May 15, 2023.

What are the testing protocols prior to arrival and during my stay in Minneapolis?

All event attendees are required to present proof of a recent negative COVID-19 PCR test within 48 hours prior to arrival and will be asked to submit to a rapid COVID-19 test, provided by workshop organizers, by the first morning of the workshop (Monday) and the third day of the workshop (Wednesday). Camera phone photos of test results will be sufficient and specific directions will be provided ahead of your travel. 

Please keep documentation of any COVID-19 tests readily available in the event of an exposure or other public health needs.

What if I exhibit symptoms prior to the start of the workshop?

Visitors cannot attend the workshop, nor continue in the workshop activities, if they are exhibiting symptoms, have been diagnosed with COVID-19, or have otherwise been instructed to quarantine or isolate. 

If you have a question not listed, please feel free to contact us via email at workshops@printscholars.org


About the Association of Print Scholars

The Association of Print Scholars is a non-profit organization that encourages innovative and interdisciplinary methodological approaches to the history of printmaking. By maintaining an active website, sponsoring working groups, and hosting periodic symposia and lectures, APS facilitates dialogue and community among its members and promotes the dissemination of their ideas and scholarship. APS supports research grants and sponsors projects in the digital humanities that advance knowledge of printmaking. Membership is open to anyone whose research focuses on printmaking across all geographic regions and chronological periods.


About the Getty Foundation 

The Getty Foundation fulfills the philanthropic mission of the Getty Trust by supporting individuals and institutions committed to advancing the greater understanding and preservation of the visual arts in Los Angeles and throughout the world. Through strategic grants initiatives, it strengthens art history as a global discipline, promotes the interdisciplinary practice of conservation, increases access to museum and archival collections, and develops current and future leaders in the visual arts.  The Getty Foundation carries out its work in collaboration with the other Getty Programs to ensure that they individually and collectively achieve maximum effect.


This workshop is sponsored by a generous grant from the Getty Foundation.