Summer Workshops 2016

In the Summer of 2016, we are offering printmaking workshops covering Stone Lithography, Monoprint/Drypoint, Woodcut & Bookbinding, Etching/Intaglio, and Screen Printing. Schedule soon as workshops fill up quickly. The workshop fee for non-members is $110,  which includes the cost of some materials. 

We are also bringing back our popular Summer Membership, $250 for four months for full use of studio and two FREE workshops . Additional workshops are $110.

For more information, visit our Summer Workshop page.

Story Retold: Prints by Annie Lee-Zimerle (Chakeres Interactive Art Lab) – At the Springfield Museum of Art Nov 11, 2016-May 21, 2017

(Photos by Barb Weinert-McBee)
Opening night at Story Retold, by Annie Lee-Zimerle (Chakeres Interactive Art Lab) – At the Springfield Museum of Art.

Through printmaking and painting, Annie Lee-Zimerle retells popular narratives via personal experiences. While watching her children play dress-up she wonders what compels children to act as others and explores this play by positioning herself as popular characters.

Lee-Zimerle is an assistant professor and currently teaches drawing and printmaking at Cedarville University.

Where: Springfield Museum of Art (Chakeres Interactive Art Lab)
Dates: Nov 11, 2016-May 21, 2017

Opening night – Dayton/Kyoto Print Invitational Exchange and Exhibition: STORM at the Springfield Museum of Art on 11/12/2016

Many enjoyed the opening of the Dayton/Kyoto Print Invitational Exchange and Exhibition: STORM at the Springfield Museum of Art on Saturday Nov. 12, 2016.  The show runs through March 25, 2017. (Photos by Barb Weinert-McBee)

The Dayton/Kyoto Invitational is an international print exchange between the Dayton Printmakers’ Cooperative and Gen Studio Group in Kyoto, Japan. The groups have been exchanging prints for simultaneous portfolio exhibitions in the Dayton, Ohio and Kyoto, Japan areas since 2003. Each year a theme is determined by one of the two groups. The theme chosen for this portfolio is “STORM.” Participating artists interpret the theme and create an image using a printmaking process or a combination of processes. Included in this exhibition are works by 21 artists from Japan and 18 from Dayton.

Dayton Artists:

Megan Brandewei, Doug Fiely, Gretchen Jacobs, Ernie Koerlin, David Leach,
Annie Lee-Zimerle, Al Lochtefeld, Ray Must, Jaime Pacheco, Kathryn Pitstick,
Debra Richardson-Wood, Sherraid Scott, Lisa Selvia Johnson, Diane Stemper,
Carrie South, Doug Taylor, Stephanie Tyson, Kim Vito, Barb Weinert-McBee,
Micah Zavacky.

Kyoto Artists:

 

Akiko Hasegawa, Tomoko Sase, Shibata Rie, Atsuko Honda, Yuko Innami,
Kousaka Shinnosuke, Yamagen Iwao, Kiyoko Naito, Ishizuka Keiko,
Nobuko Ueda, Hiroko Oosaki, Machiko Honda, Sou Yumiko, Suenaga Keiich
Takehiro Sano, Masaki Nose, Keiko Tsuda, Kei Sakakibara, Hikaru Suto,
Eiko Uchikoba, Handa Makoto.