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Virtual Symposium: Exploring Print History

Please join us Friday, May 3, from 10-noon EST for a free virtual symposium we have organized as part of our Getty Paper Project.
Do share this link with anyone who might be interested.

Speakers and presentation topics:
• “The Problems of Medium Specificity According to S. R. Koehler”
Katie Larson, Assistant Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art History, Baylor University
• “New Mediums, New Directions: Reproducing Raphael in the Age of Lithography”
Rebecca Szantyr, Print Specialist, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints, and Photographs, New York Public Library
• “Between the Ink and the Plate: Printmakers Troubleshooting with Color”
Fenna Engelke, Morse Fellow for Advanced Training in Conservation of Works of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
• “Process Papers, Shading Mediums, and Mechanical Tints: An Exploration of Drawing Materials Made for Photomechanical Reproduction”
Sarah Mirseyedi, PhD, Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow in Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, RISD Museum
• “Lines, Dots, Masses, and Combinations: Sylvester Koehler’s Intaglio Categories”
Jennie Waldow, Luce Curatorial Fellow, Hammer Museum
• “Cataloging Secrets: Koehler’s Outline of Etching”
Emily Arthur, Associate Professor of Printmaking, University of Wisconsin-Madison
• “Just Flong Enough: Two Hours of Light, Relief, and Pressure”
Nora M. Rosengarten, PhD candidate, History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University
• “Dotting the Photomechanical Landscape: Frederick Ives’ Original Process and Sylvester Koehler’s 1892 Exhibition”
Benjamin Levy, PhD candidate, Joint Program between Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Museum of Art

This project is supported by Getty through the Paper Project initiative.


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