The Winter 2022 edition of Print Futures will consist of three short presentations, time for Q&A, and break-out sessions hosted by printing peers. Please join us and be inspired by the extraordinary work being created by the next generation of letterpress printers from all over the world.
Print Futures is a free, quarterly series that supports new voices in letterpress by building bridges between emerging printers doing great work in educational institutions, community centers, and professional shops. It is co-produced by Partners in Print (PiP) and Letterpress Educators of Art & Design (LEAD).
This event is geared toward emerging letterpress artists—whether college students, interns, students at community centers, or independent letterpress enthusiasts. All levels of experience are welcome.
Cinthia Marisol Lozano is a queer writer, interdisciplinary artist, and innovator currently living in Oakland, California, the unseeded land of the Ohlone People. They are a first generation child born on Native Tongva land from Central American walkers, land of the Maya Lenca and Pipil. The ephemeral and ritual guide their artistic voice, as they seek to create pieces that reflect gratitude, prayer, curiosity and metamorphosis.
Sara Luz Jensen is an artist and letterpress technician based in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is a recent graduate of the University of Iowa Center for the Book where she completed an MFA in Book Arts. Under the small-press imprint On Fingertips Press, she has designed and produced seven artist book publications with the next edition in production.
Matt Holmes is a recent MA Design graduate from the University of Plymouth, UK. Initially a furniture maker and woodworker, he was drawn to the letterpress workshop at the University early in his studies, and found ways to bring it into his work. Matt is currently investigating building a professional practice and undertaking practice-based research with his digitally fabricated printing presses.
Joshue Molina is a visual artist and designer of Salvadorian descent, born and raised in South East Los Ángeles. Molina earned a BFA in Photography and Digital Imaging from Art Center College of Design and a Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Otis College of Art and Design. The power of imagery has always been a fixation for Molina; this innate focus has facilitated his creative growth. While his practice is image-based, it encompasses a range of analog processes in photography, printmaking, and design.
Interested in presenting at a future event, or want to see the variety of letterpress artists who have presented in the past? Print Futures takes place quarterly, and we want to hear about your new and exciting work!