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Art in the Spotlight: inPrint Collective

a dark blue and black image of a printing technique used by inPrint Collective

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Art in the Spotlight: inPrint Collective

Tuesday, July 27, 4 pm
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Join artists Maaike Bouhuyzen-Wenger, Shannon Moynagh, and Amye St. John in conversation with the AGO”s Kathleen McLean about their work with the printmaking collective inPrint, and community-based arts. The inPrint Collective is a Toronto-based, not for profit group of artists dedicated to fostering the love of printmaking and supporting the work of printmakers. Currently made up of four members, inPrint has been actively engaged in producing workshops, exhibitions, demonstrations and many other types of events for the past 13 years. Founded in 2008, inPrint’s opened up a permanent studio space in Toronto in 2018, during their tenth anniversary year. inPrint has participated and launched a number of projects and installations across the GTA, and community-based programs held in partnership with Toronto Heritage sites, local art services organizations, and many other artists, neighbours, and friends. Community remains a fundamental value of our printmaking practices.

Maaike Bouhuyzen-Wenger has been making prints since 2001. With wide-ranging interests, her first #printlove was relief, but she practices screen printing and lithography as well. She has a particular interest in illustrative and sequential works. Maaike has worked in various capacities with organizations such as Grimsby Public Art Gallery and Muskoka Arts and Crafts, and has been an inPrint member since its founding in 2008.

Shannon Moynagh is an artist and art educator who lives in Brampton, Ont. Graduating with her B.F.A from York University in 2009, she has since been involved with the InPrint Collective and in the past with Beaux-Arts Brampton (BAB). She has also taught painting and printmaking at Art City St. James Town, an organization that offers arts programming to at-risk youth in Toronto, and at various schools across the G.T.A. Shannon has exhibited her work in Brampton, Toronto, Mississauga, and Montreal, and received an Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance grant in 2013. Her paintings and prints are inspired by nature, both thematically and technically.

Amye St. John is a printmaker and mother of two girls. She graduated from OCADU in 2015 with a BFA in Printmaking. Her practice has recently been mixed media and relief, but she also works in lithography, screenprint, and intaglio. Her work focuses on the everyday and plays with narratives. Amye has shown her work across the GTA, and has previously participated in inPrint events before becoming a member. She was born and continues to live in Brampton.

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