Recently we attended a arts fundraising event in Denver to raise money and awareness for what’s being called Mo’Print, or the Month of Printmaking. The event was well-attended in spite of the rain and tornado warnings. Great food, wine, conversation, and a fine art print auction of work donated by supporting artists was included. We also had the privilege of touring the house of Sue Canyon who has a large and intriguing art collection.
Mo’Print is a new, month-long, city-wide event to promote fine art printmaking in all its forms, but primarily traditional, hand-printed works on paper. The idea is to have this event every other March, opposite from when the well-established, biennial “Month of Photography” festival occurs in Denver .
More event photos by Jon Lybrook.
The Invisible Museum, which sponsored the event, is a 501(c)3 non-profit who’s mission is “To facilitate projects in the visual arts that would not otherwise be imagined proposed or completed.”
More information on Mo’Print Denver can be found here: http://invisiblemuseum.org/MoPrint/