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Print Futures: Spring 2024

with PiP ✕ LEAD
Sunday, April 7
11:00 am – 12:15 pm PDT


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Print Futures: Spring 2024
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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, museums, and professional shops. It takes place twice a year and is co-produced by Partners in Print (PiP) and Letterpress Educators of Art & Design (LEAD).

Spring 2024 Presenters

If you’re an emerging letterpress printer, we’d love to hear about your new and exciting work! The application process is open; you are encouraged to apply to present by December 1, 2023.

Who should register?

Print Futures is geared toward emerging letterpress printers — whether students, interns, or independent letterpress enthusiasts. All levels of experience are welcome. Register to attend and apply to present in the future! 

Is Print Futures recorded?

Print Futures is best enjoyed live — you’ll find it’s a lot more fun and conducive to forming personal connections. Individual Print Futures presentations are recorded for educational purposes; Q&A and breakout rooms are not recorded. They 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.