- 8 September 2023
Join us for a festival of free events exploring how different communities have used, and continue to use, printmaking to enact change, share knowledge and challenge ideas.
With talks, workshops and behind-the-scenes visits, the two-week festival will explore the potential of printmaking as both a means of mass communication and a radical art form. From the fifteenth century to the present day, the programme will cover a broad range of topics from gender, sexuality and race, to politics, activism and health.
This programme is an introduction to the subject and is open to all.
Talks and workshops will take place at the Paul Mellon Centre, the British Museum, PageMasters and the Royal College of Physicians. Talks at the Paul Mellon Centre will be streamed live via Zoom. Off-site workshops will be in person only.