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Yoonjung Cho, MICA '21 at Globe Collection and Press at MICA
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Print Futures: Fall 2023

with PiP ✕ LEAD
Sunday, October 1, 2023
11:00 am – 12:15 pm PDT


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Print Futures: Fall 2023
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What is Print Futures?

Print Futures is a free series that supports new voices in letterpress by building bridges between emerging letterpress printers doing great work in educational institutions, community centers, and professional shops. It takes place three times a year and is co-produced by Partners in Print (PiP) and Letterpress Educators of Art & Design (LEAD).

Fall 2023 Presenters

Applications for the Fall 2023 edition of Print Futures are due by June 12, 2023. Notifications will be sent in July 2023.

Please note: Applicants will need to sign into Google before they can view the form and upload files.

Who should register?

This event is geared toward emerging letterpress printers — whether college students, interns, students at community centers, or independent letterpress enthusiasts. All levels of experience are welcome.

Is Print Futures recorded?

All of PiP’s online programming is live and unrecorded — we find it’s a lot more fun and conducive to forming personal connections. Events are closed captioned using Zoom.

About the Moderator

Joshue Molina
Los Ángeles, CA
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 ArtCenter College of Design and an MFA 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. He currently teaches and manages Archetype Press at ArtCenter College of Design, and he also is a Lab Tech at Laboratory Press, Otis College of Art And Design.

Community Support

Partners in Print (PiP) and Letterpress Educators of Art & Design (LEAD) are deeply grateful for the support these organizations provide for Print Futures. Working together, we amplify our impact and further our missions.

Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography

Logo for Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography

The Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography (HMCT) was founded by Professor Gloria Kondrup to provide valuable support and service to the educational and professional communities by honoring the past and anticipating the future of typography.