The printed page

The printed page

See the printmaker’s creative process revealed in an illustrated talk and printing demonstration.

Date
04 June 2015, 5:30pm7:00pm
Cost
Free
Bookings
Location Experimedia
Accessibility  Has wheelchair access

In the midst of the digital age, pause to admire the tactile beauty of the printed page. Join us for an illustrated talk on printing and hands-on demonstration of typesetting on a classic Adana letterpress machine.

Hear artist and printmaker Vicki Reynolds explain her creative process, then watch as a Francesca Sasnaitis’ poem is hand-set using letterpress technology – an intricate process where text is set letter by letter and line by line. Working with artists Marian Crawford, Greg Harrison, Francesca Sasnaitis and Trent Walter, the hand-printed pages will be collated into an artist book, combining poetry and the visual arts in a unique art form.

Presented in partnership with the Print Council of Australia.

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About Francesca Jurate Sasnaitis

Me = Francesca Jurate Kristina Sasnaitis... also known as Jūrytė/ Jūrytėle/ Jūračiuk/ Jurachook/ U-Russia/ Urata/ Rata/ Jay-bird/ Jay-peg/ Miss J/ Big J/ France/ Franca.... Sasna/ Fox/ Greville/ Knight... and Nerada Netis... as far as I can remember... oh, and there's still room for Kristina... somewhere, sometime... Me = drew, painted, made sculpture, then stopped; printed photographs, then stopped; wrote, then stopped; made furniture, then stopped; made prints, then stopped; became a bookseller and stopped; wrote some more, kept writing some... and more... started painting again... sold a few more books... stopped... wrote some more, kept writing some... and more... and now seeing words, writing images... was that last bit too wanky? What goes around comes around, I guess...
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