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Print Month

Originally conceived as Print Week and expanded to Print Month in 2020, Print Week/Month convenes international scholars, curators, collectors, artists, and masterprinters to present programs on aspects of print history, printmaking, and

connoisseurship. The programming for Print Week/Month is organized by the IFDPA with support from the IFDPA Foundation.


The centerpiece of Print Week/Month is Print Study Day presented by the curators of the Drawings and Prints Department at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Other cultural partners include the Frick Center for the History of Collecting, Museum of Modern Art, National Gallery, Print Council of America, Association of Print Scholars, Print Center New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Harvard Art Museums, Yale University Art Gallery, Smithsonian Museum of Latin American Art, British Museum, and others.

To view past programs from Print Month 2023, click here: Print Month 2023

To view past programs from Print Month 2022, click here: Print Month 2022

To view past programs from Print Month 2021, click here: Print Month 2021

To view past programs from Print Month 2020, click here: Print Month 2020

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