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A book fair with vendors that run the gamut in terms of speciality and price.
An exhibition of more than 70 artists displaying and selling prints, art-books, zines and more.
A reading of the 1734 legal case of John Peter Zenger. The court case greatly influenced how the general population thought about libel and freedom of the...Read More
A panel discussing Houston’s three new art districts and developments: the East End Arts District, the Midtown Cultural Arts and Entertainment District and the Washington Avenue...Read More
Houston sculptor and author of 3D Technology in Fine Art and Craft, Bridgette Mongeon will discuss her work and the ways that digital tools are...Read More
A one-day market focused on prints, publications, shirts, etc. by participating local printers and artists, as well as a special screen printing activity with Printing...Read More
A conversation about art and craft with Roberto Tejada, Chitra Ganesh, Suzanne Bloom of “Manual,” and Art Lies Editor Raphael Rubinstein. The event celebrates the release...Read More
The Printing Museum and AIGA Houston present this showcase for the best of Houston-made design, juried by Matteo Bologna (founder and principal of Mucca Design,...Read More
The exhibition focuses on the art created by soldiers, demonstrating how individuals from opposing sides of the conflict personalized and humanized the war experience. Seventy-five...Read More
Zine Fest‘s second year at the Printing Museum: 50 zinesters exhibiting their creative projects, a panel discussion, lectures, raffles, zine workshops for kids and teens,...Read More
A lecture by Pascal Zoghbi, co-creator of the new mural at the Printing History Museum. Zoghbi is a graphic designer in Beirut, Lebanon, and founder...Read More
The Museum of Printing History has commissioned a new mural by Lebanese graphic artist Pascal Zoghbi, and Houston graffiti artist DUAL.
Original prints from the collections of three Houston artists: Penny Cerling, Patrick Palmer, and Arthur Turner.
Inspired from the 2011 publication Arabic Graffiti written by Don Stone Karl and Pascal Zoghbi, this exhibition examines the development of Arabic graffiti over the...Read More
Booklyn Artists Alliance and the Printing Museum present the American premiere of this international artist’s book exhibition first curated by Marshall Weber and Xu Bing...Read More
An exhibition featuring photographs by Daneil M. Olsen and Henk Van Assen, highlighting the letter forms and typography of ranch gates, while also emphasizing their...Read More
Yet another unique homage Jose Guadalupe Posada.
The fair, in its 11th year, will offer a wide range of items from moderately priced used books to rare and collectible volumes.
Presented in conjunction with the 100 year anniversary of the death of Mexican printmaker José Guadalupe Posada (1852-1913), six contemporary printmakers demonstrate the lasting influence of...Read More
Zine Fest Houston returns and in addition to spotlighting the diverse talents represented in zines being published today in Houston and elsewhere, they will also...Read More
Artists of Washington Printmakers Gallery exhibit their prints in a variety of traditional, hand-pulled media.
As part of PrintHouston 2013, the Museum of Printing History presents PrintTX, the first juried exhibition of contemporary Texas artists. Organized by PrintMatters in collaboration...Read More
Artists exploring the intersection between ceramics and printmaking. Curated by Chicago-based artist Paul Andrew Wandless. In conjunction with the National Council on the Education of...Read More
Works by 13 contemporary printmakers respond to the theme of artist as explorer. Organized by Danish artist Susanne Thea and American artist Diana Eicher.
44 works by Mexico’s renowned revolutionary artist and master printmaker. Organized by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin.
Penny Cerling, master printer at Little Egypt Enterprises will lead a panel discussion and present a slide show of work created at this iconic studio,...Read More
The 2012 Print and Photography Exhibition by members of Women in the Visual and Literary Arts (WiVLA) juried by Sara Kellner.
40 large scale posters dating from WWII to the present, it’s the first major retrospective of Erni’s work to be presented in the United States....Read More
What happens when a printmaking professor finds a 150 year old clamshell press sitting in a driveway in Denton? She hauls it back to the...Read More
Sojourns, Metaphors, and Flying Machines: The Mythical Prints of Future Akins, Stacy Elko, and Sang-Mi Yoo
Three women printmakers from Texas Tech in Lubbock, “a desolate flatland where the wind blows endlessly and the weather changes hourly. It is culturally isolated;...Read More
During the early 1950s, Zindler (known as KTRK-TV’s flamboyant consumer affairs reporter) prowled the streets of Houston as a newspaper photographer covering the crime beat....Read More