Join us for a Community Printmaking Workshop and talk with Nitza Tufiño.
Printmaking has a long history in Puerto Rican and Mexican communities in the United States. Taller taught printmaking as a tool for self-sufficiency and economic independence. In Texas and California, the Chicanos used printmaking as a tool for political activism. For the artist and master printmaker, Nitza Tufiño, printmaking has been her means of making her community known and engaging with the greater public. Join Tufiño and Taller’s education team for a community printmaking workshop followed by a discussion on the importance of Printmaking in the Latinx community. Learn more about the show.
This event is part of the exhibition Asserting Presence that is on view through May 13, 2023.
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