Print, Press and Cabinet: Panel Discussion and Study Day at Edinburgh Printmakers

Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture


The Scottish Society for Art History, in conjunction with Edinburgh Printmakers, The National Galleries of Scotland and The University of St Andrews, is proud to present Printmaking in Scotland, a two-day symposium exploring printmaking in Scotland from the eighteenth-century to the present day.

The main purpose of the symposium is to share current research and scholarship on printmaking in Scotland. The first day of this two-day event will be held at Edinburgh Printmakers on Friday 3rd February. There will be presentations, studio tours, practical printmaking demonstrations, artist talks, and a breakout session for speakers and delegates.

The symposium's second day will take place on Saturday 4th February at the Scottish National Gallery. A range of multi-disciplinary papers will be presented by a variety of different speakers, from academics and independent researchers, to curators and archivists, and practising contemporary artists.
Period4 Feb 2017
Event titlePrintmaking in Scotland
Event typeConference
LocationEdinburgh, United KingdomShow on map