Imprinting in Their Time: Modern Japanese Prints Exhibit and Workshop for K-12 Educators

Join the Pitt NCTA for an evening program on modern Japanese printmakers in conjunction with the Carnegie Museum of Art’s exhibit Imprinting in Their Time: Japanese Printmakers, 1912-2022. K-12 educators will learn about the history of printmaking in Japan and how modern and contemporary Japanese artists have transformed the role of printmaker through international encounters, new inspirations, and artistic motivation. Dr. Brenda G. Jordan and Akemi May will introduce you to the early modern print industry of Japan, the shin-hanga (new prints movement, sōsaku-hanga (creative prints), and contemporary prints. Program includes dinner with your colleagues, a guided tour of the exhibition, free parking and Act 48 hours. Registration is limited, so register early for this enlightening program.