San Antonio artists Kim Bishop, Paul Karam, Luis Valderas will be printing a large scale 3-color mono print using 2 steamrollers and 360 feet of 5ft. wide paper. The subject of the print is creation myths–ancient, present and future. It will take 6 hours to print.
These pieces of the mono-print will then be exhibited at two different arts institutions in San Antonio, Texas (The Blue Star Contemporary Arts Center and The UTSA-Downtown Gallery).
Kim, Paul and Luis are doing this as an artist collaboration to create a large scale print for exhibition and to educate the community, about printmaking.
The Printing Event will happen:
On September 17th 2011
Blue Star Parking Lot
7:30 a.m to 3:30 p.m.
The Exhibits are Scheduled at:
November through December 2011
Blue Star Contemporary Arts Center-Gallery IV
February through April 2012
If you are interested in hosting a selection of the Mono-Print:
email us so we can schedule
If you want to volunteer for the crew email us at:
valderas @ projectmasa.com
...so that we can coordinate with you.
If you want to be a sponsor-Here's the deal:
The Largest Mono-Print in Texas event is to be held September 17th 2011 at the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center parking lot. The mono-print series has been selected for exhibition in the Gallery IV Space at the Blue Star Contemporary Arts Center scheduled to begin on November 2011 and at The UTSA Downtown Gallery in the spring of 2012. This project consists of three phases: Printing the series of 30 large-scale mono-prints (9’ x 5’) - it’s as long as a football field, The Exhibitions, and Educational Workshops at Blue Star Contemporary Art Center.
This printing event presents an opportunity for various elements of the San Antonio community (students, artists and institutions) to come together. In order to fund this project we are offering to sponsors a 9’x 5’ piece of the print series available for a pre-sale price of $880.
These sponsors will be recognized at the event and will own a piece of history. The piece is called Who Are We, Where Do We Come From, Where Are We Going and examines the idea of creation and transformation through the relationship of aesthetics, culture and mythology. Please feel free to call us with any questions that you may have. We look forward to working with you.
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