On October 14, the Book Arts Lab will host a Public event featuring the artists' work and offering a hands-on printmaking experience. Join local printmakers, Shealagh Pope, Madeleine Rousseau, and Beth Shepherd as well as master printer, Larry Thompson at the Book Arts Lab.
You'll get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of hand-pulled prints followed by a hands-on session making prints. No registration is needed, so join us from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Carleton Book Arts Lab in the Library!
Practiced by individuals and groups, humans and other species, migration boils down to changing location in search of new resources or opportunities, safety and ultimately survival. The artists invite the audience into their process as they tease meaning from visual threads and entwine them into a picture of migration in the 21st century.
Migration in Print events
The hub will offer three online video-based events, where each artist provides a behind-the-scenes look at their creative process for a piece in the 'Migration in Print' exhibition, being held at Carleton University's new Book Arts Lab in the MacOdrum Library September 23 through October 16.