The first decade of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society was a dynamic time of activism, innovation and change for artists in southern California. A panel and film presentation will explore issues, people and events that made the sixties and early seventies such a transformative period for printmaking.
Featuring: Clinton Adams, Terry Allen, John Altoon, Garo Antreasia, Walter Askin, Hans Burkhardt, Lee Chesney, William Crutchfield, Paul Darrow, Leonard Edmondson, Jules Engel, Connor Everts, Claire Falkenstein, Sam Francis, Ernest Freed, Tom Fricano, Joe Goode, Shiro Ikegawa, Ynez Johnston, John Paul Jones, Matsumi Kanemitsu, Corita Kent, Rico LeBrun, Betye Saar, Dick Swift, Ken Tyler, Edward Ruscha, June Wayne, Ruth Weisberg, Charles White, Emerson Woelffer.
Saturday, December 5th, 2:00 to 5:00pm
With a film presentation of "Conversation with June Wayne, Connor Everts and Paul Darrow" on view in the screening room. Exhibition Walk Through moderated by Tobey Moss and Mary Sherwood Brock.