ArtCenter Grad Print Fair Spring 2024

  • Sat 6 April 2024
  • 12 – 2.30 pm

Join us in the garden for a public display and micro-market of original publications created by the graduate students of the Spring 2024 term ArtCenter's Graduate Art & Media Design Practices course ArtCenter Graduate Press, taught by Professors Gabrielle Jennings and Elise Co. During the course, graduate students engaged in making an exciting variety of publications employing different formal and aesthetic strategies to explore a range of subject matter, material and forms.

Attendance is free; however, reservations are recommended. Publications are available for purchase. Click here to register.

About ArtCenter Graduate Press Course
The ArtCenter Graduate Press course rethinks what an academic press can be through this cross-departmental MFA program collaboration. Graduate students explore questions: What is urgent publishing in the digital age? Can new paradigms in publishing produce exchange while simultaneously hacking oppressive systems? The studio provides an opportunity for graduate students to communicate their work and ideas and engage with the public through various modes of publishing and distribution. The course establishes a collective presence engaging in productive, meaningful, critical dialog, reflecting the interconnectedness of industries and systems in the world today.

About ArtCenter College of Design: Graduate Art
Graduate Art is an interdisciplinary MFA program encouraging divergent ideas and methods. Candidates experience an intense work environment where concentrated artmaking is assured equally concentrated and careful attention, whether within specific disciplines or among them: in film, video, photography, painting, sculpture, installation, performance and everything in between.

About ArtCenter College of Design: Media Design Practices
Media Design Practices (MDP) is an interdisciplinary design MFA preparing designers to question, innovate and lead through Design, Criticality, and Creative Technology. Our world, in constant change: technological transformations, global inequity, and environmental uncertainty, demands new design practices. Designers today must be daring, critical, and engaged.

About Gabrielle Jennings
Gabrielle Jennings is a Los Angeles artist, writer, and educator.

About Elise Co
Elise Co is co-founder of Aeolab, a design and technology studio in Los Angeles.