Casino is an exhibition of recent collages by 2022-2023 Kahn Family Fellow, Erin Miller. Drawing inspiration from sites of entertainment like casinos, honky-tonks, and arcades, these works on paper combine dizzying patterns to question notions of chance and control.
Learn the art and craft of hand-binding in this introductory class. We'll discuss the fascinating evolution of the physical book, study the properties of paper and materials used in bookmaking, and practice crafting a series of useful and beautiful book structures. The ...
This workshop is a fun family printmaking class. We will be painting stenciled mylar plates with water-based inks to create subtle and intricate monotype prints. This process allows you to paint quickly onto the mylar plates, then transfer the ink to dampened paper usin...
Learn the basic techniques of making color reduction relief prints using MDF (medium density fiberboard)! We will focus on registration, mixing inks, and editioning a final print. No prior experience necessary. Students will go home with a print and the knowledge of how...
The Ink Shop Printmaking Center is excited to announce our Annual Fellowship Grant for printmakers and book artists. This fellowship provides artists with the time and resources to create a new body of work, along with the opportunity to share it with the world. As a Fe...
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The Ink Shop
The Ink Shop is sad to share the news that Fred Madden, Professor of English, photographer, and long-time member of the Ink Shop Printmaking Center has died peacefully on December 6, 2021.
Fred was a multi-talented and creative artist. Visitors to the Ink Shop gravitate immediately to his work. Consistently brilliant and beautiful, Fred’s imagery is a digital form of impressionism that is both reflective and delightful.
Fred has been a wonderful friend who has stepped up to help out in many ways. Helping annually with the Ithaca Artists Market with his humor and helping hands. Without fan-fare and with a warm heart, he made sure we knew his appreciation for Ink Shop and that appreciation is mutual. He and his wife Taf have been the most incredible supporters of the Ink Shop for which we are forever grateful.
We’ve lost a good friend and a beautiful light.