The Month of Printmaking, also known as Mo’Print, kicked off its fourth biennial celebration this year.
Mo’Print celebrates of the art of making original, fine-art prints. Throughout Colorado, participating artists, galleries and other partners host exhibits, workshops, demonstrations and events to inspire, educate and promote awareness of printmaking.
Though some exhibits throughout the Denver-metro area went up in January and February, Mo’ Print’s main events take place in March, which is the official month of celebration. Learn more about the Month of Printmaking online: www.moprint.org.
Because of social distancing measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19, many of the Mo’ Print events in March were canceled. However, some of the events scheduled for the earlier part of the month took place as usual.
Here is a collection of photos from a printmaking demonstration on March 8 that was part of the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art’s Process and Print exhibition.
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