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Artist and educator Barbara Benish’s collaboration with political philosophers Michael J. Shapiro and Sam Okoth Opondo, a reciprocal visual and textual dialogue titled Aesthetics of Precarity (publication 2022), includes a series of woodcuts produced at the Contemporary Print Media Research Center reflecting the writer’s “responses to a renewed sense of the fragility of life in the wake of nuclear, racial, and pandemic sublimes”. Associate professor Enrique Leal has been overseeing the printing production. Artists proofs from the series were included in the group exhibition Collaborations, presented at Bubec Studios in Prague, Czech Republic, May 2021.

UCSC alumni and art patron Jock Reynolds has donated various print media related publications to the Contemporary Print Media Research Center that included numerous editions of the international art journal Parkett, and ESOPUS, an annual artist-project driven magazine (both discontinued publications).

Associate professor Enrique Leal is collaborating with Little Giant Collective in a UC Place Based Art + Design mini-grant to build a mobile silkscreen printing tricycle (sericycle) to provide migrant and marginalized communities the possibility to graphically empower their social concerns.

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The Institute for the Arts and Sciences 2020 artist’-in-residence Futurefarmers artist collective have been producing a series of lithographs as part of their public art projects Fog Inquiry, an interdisciplinary and collaborative proposal carried throughout the UCSC campus. The graphic work-in-progress involves transferring crayon rubbings of hand size rocks to traditional lithography stones before printing. Associate professor Enrique Leal is providing Futurefarmers members Amy Franceschini and Lode Vranken technical advice and assistance in the process. Alumni printmaker Jocelyn Lee has been closely collaborating with Futurefarmers throughout their residency. The project will resume following the opening of the Elena Baskins Visual Arts print studios in 2021/22.

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The Annual UCSC Outstanding Undergraduate Printmaker’ Award recipient

Teralyn Brown

LIVED IN

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Exhibition dates: November 4 -15, 2019

Reception with the artist: Monday November 4th 2019, 4:30pm – 6:30pm

at The UCSC Contemporary Print Media Research Center, Elena Baskin Visual Art Studio G111

The Art Department and the Contemporary Print Media Research Center proudly present a solo exhibition of the work of our first Outstanding Undergraduate Printmaker Award recipient, Teralyn Brown, Lived In.

Lived In is an ongoing series of etchings that render scenes and aspects of messy private living spaces such as kitchens, bedrooms, closets, and garages as candid representations of the people who live within them. With the use of photo-based etching processes, integral line drawings, and aquatint, the spaces become compositionally appealing and graphically reveal relatable personal elements that otherwise would be overlooked in everyday life.

Brown transferred to UC Santa Cruz in 2017 from Foothill College in Los Altos Hills with zero knowledge or interest in any kind of printmaking. After spending much time working in the print studio, she realized that her true love was intaglio printmaking. For her, it combines the elements of painting and drawing that she enjoys, but adds a satisfying process and comforting permanence in knowing that more of the image can be made. Having graduated from UCSC with a BA in Studio Art in 2019, she now lives in Silicon Valley, California and continues to seek beautiful messes.

The Annual UCSC ‘Outstanding Undergraduate Printmaker’ Award

With this award, we acknowledge and honor an outstanding undergraduate student whose work as a printmaker demonstrates excellence, dedication and passion.

We also consider how this student has contributed as a good citizen and community member in the UCSC printmaking environment, as we hope this awardee can become a possible future leader in the field.

This award comes with a $400 credit toward material purchases in the UCSC paper store and the privilege of being an artist in residence (for four to six weeks), provided with a personal studio space at the Contemporary Print Media Research Center (CPMRC) during the summer break. In the fall quarter a solo exhibition of the awardee’s work will be presented at the CPMRC.

Exhibition dates: May 8 -11, 2019

Reception with the artist: Wednesday, May 8, 4:00pm – 6:00pm

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Our fourth visiting artist Tobias Crone will be working on his new print and drawing projects at the center from April 10 through May 13, 2019.

After growing up in the swamps of the Northern German province, Tobias Crone studied printmaking at the Art Academy of Groningen in the Netherlands. Having suffered some short but intense romantic affairs with animation movies, installations and theatre, he managed to stick to his true love called intaglio printmaking, once introduced to him by his good ol’ pal, the pencil.

During his stay in Buenos Aires from 2012 to 2017, he began working on a series called ”Person Separation Device“: detailed figurative etchings, aquatints and drawings, the majority of them large monochrome prints with subtle color accents. These works depict fragile persons that get united through the “Person Unification Device” (an object that resembles a mattress), then travel together through a world of desolate swimming pools and tiled bathrooms, and at the end, enter the “Separation Device” (technically a turnstile).

He now lives on the cold hostile grounds of Berlin, continuing to work on his series. His works have been

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ZineFest. October 18th, and Zine Workshop October 19th, 2018. Multiples a 2 Day Screen Printing workshop. October 25th and 26th

Printmaking events and workshops were held at Elena Baskins Visual Arts print media studios as part of the UCSC Sesnon Gallery exhibition, Unique Multiples. Teaching with the Parkett Collection from the University of Castilla La-Mancha. A ZineFest including works of local and Bay Area graphic artists drew high participation and attendance. Madeleine L. Keller conducted a zine workshop for students coordinated by Sesnon Gallery manager, UCSC alumni and printmaker Louise Leong. Little Giant Collective artist and UCSC alumni Ry Faraola, exhibited his graphic activist prints and provided students a two-day screen-printing workshop.

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In Summer 2018 Professor Jimin Lee took a group of UCSC Art students to Japan to learn Japanese woodblock printmaking “Moku Hanga” known as the “Ukiyo-e technique” widely studied by artists today. While in the Western tradition, oil-based ink is applied with a roller and printed onto the papers surface, often with the help of a press, in the Japanese tradition water-based ink is applied with a brush and, while being printed by hand, is pressed deeply into the absorbent Japanese paper. This method deeply influenced some late 19th-century Post-Impressionist artists, such as Van Gogh, Toulouse Lautrec, Edgar Degas and Edouard Manet.

At Tokyo National University of the Arts, students studied the treasured historical skills and tools of Moku Hanga with greater understanding and appreciation. Classes included field trips to local museums and galleries, hands-on workshops at a traditional paper mill (washi) in Tokyo, and interactions with local visiting artists, master printmakers and other Japanese students. Through various class activities, excursions, and cultural visits students were exposed to diverse and multi-regional art practices that broadened their perspectives and increased their understanding not only in the field of print media but in the larger contemporary visual culture. These classes help stimulate and inspire our UCSC undergraduate art major students to prepare their artistic careers and expand their possibilities for study opportunities internationally.

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In March of 2018, associate professor Enrique Leal was invited to conduct a three-day Silk Mezzotint workshop at Art Print Residence, Arenys de Munt (Spain), a fine art press and research printmaking studio operated by Murta Edition directors Jordi Rosés and Clàudia Lloret. Participating artists from Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Ireland, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and the USA were introduced to the Silk Mezzotint, an alternative intaglio process that expands the traditional mezzotint technique by introducing non-toxic materials and allowing larger printing dimensions.

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FAQs

What are the examples of print media? ›

Some examples of print media include books, business cards, brochures, coupons, ads in magazines or newspapers, ads on billboards, postcards and even product packaging. It is imperative that you utilize at least some of these mediums to enhance your brand's public image.

What is the meaning of print media? ›

Print media, as you know is one of them. Print media is one of the oldest and basic forms of mass communication. It includes newspapers, weeklies, magazines, monthlies and other forms of printed journals. A basic understanding of the print media is essential in the study of mass communication.

Why digital media is better than print media? ›

Digital media is cost-effective and immediate. It can be less expensive than print media, depending on the graphic design. Campaigns and content can be produced, launched, and updated faster than print. Digital is interactive and can generate consumer information as well.

What is the importance of print media today? ›

It can create credibility

Another reason why print media is important is because it creates credibility. Investing in printed material signals to customers that you are serious about your business and that you offer a worthwhile product or service.

What is the benefit of print media? ›

Benefits of Print Media:

Still gives a higher ROI than digital ads. Enable more visibility to small businesses. Produce a loyal customer base. Reach multiple generations.

What is print media and its characteristics? ›

Print media are lightweight, portable, disposable publications printed on paper and circulated as physical copies in forms we call books, newspapers, magazines and newsletters. They hold informative and entertaining content that are of general or special interest.

What are the 6 types of print media? ›

Print media advertising is physically printed media including newspapers, magazines, posters and billboards and direct mail.
  • Newspapers and Weeklies. ...
  • Consumer and Trade Magazines. ...
  • Billboards and Posters. ...
  • Direct Mail: Letters and Postcards. ...
  • Print Media Selection.

What is print media discuss its types and importance? ›

Print media includes: Newspapers – printed and distributed on a daily or weekly basis. They include news related to sports, politics, technology, science, local news, national news, international news, birth notices, as well as entertainment news related to fashion, celebrities, and movies.

Which media is more effective? ›

Despite the impact that digital media has created, research often shows that print media enjoys greater credibility. Excessive data at times can be misleading and readers believe that there is a lot of misinformation present on the web. On the other hand, consumers view print media as more believable and trustworthy.

How can media play a positive role in society? ›

The Positive role of media can increase the media space, highlight political engagement, develop awareness in public because through that we can share information with the help of mass communication. We can bring out the hidden talent, we can get public opinion about certain events, current issues.

How social media has affected print media? ›

The presence of digital media and social media in particular, has posed a challenge to printed newspaper. Users are turning towards Internet for free news and information. The alternative source of news and information is much faster than the printed media.

How does print media become effective in promoting and advertising nowadays? ›

Print Ads Have Staying Power

The staying power of print gives print advertisers an aura of strength and solidity. People view print advertisers as more trustworthy than those in digital formats, who seem fleeting. Print media advertising looks richer and, somehow, more believable than online ads.

How the print media plays dominant role in the learning process? ›

Print media is used as a powerful information tool worldwide that helps to increases children's literacy by using the print media sources as a teaching tool for them [6]. Print media sources uses in a unique way that helps to motivate and teach students with a textbook as fresh as each day's news.

What is the primary role of media? ›

New media, old messages

In democracies, the media is fundamental to political life. It provides facts to allow us to be better informed about the issues that matter to us. It provides criticism and debate to ensure that that information is tested and examined from all points of view.

How many types of print media are there? ›

The two most common print media are newspapers and magazines, but print media also include outdoor billboards, transit posters, the yellow pages, and direct mail.

Why is online media different from print media? ›

Readability. People read electronic media differently than they do print. They scan and search for things that stand out, like bullet points and boldface phrases. Therefore, writers must arrange information so readers can absorb it quickly.

What is the most popular form of print media? ›

Newspapers are the most popular form of print media. They are generally delivered at home, or are available at newsstands, and it is the most inexpensive way to reach a huge mass of people quickly.

What are the three main types of media? ›

There are three main types of news media: print media, broadcast media, and the Internet.

What is the importance of new media in the different aspects of life? ›

The media greatly influences society. They inform people about what is happening. It permeates people's lives by creating their own criteria and opinions. In this way the media moves the masses, creating different social movements.

What are the impact of new media on society? ›

Much of the impact of this heightened use is beneficial to both individuals and society. It is enabling unprecedented levels of communication, social interaction and community building across boundaries of time, place and social context. It is enabling individuals and speeding up the democratization of knowledge.

What is the most effective advertising today and why? ›

Social Media. Social media marketing is one of the most effective ways to connect with your ideal customers online. Why? It all comes down to attention.

What is the most effective way to advertise? ›

Word-of-mouth advertising is considered the most effective form. It has the desired qualities of strong credibility, high audience attention levels, and friendly audience reception.

How does social media affect our daily lives? ›

Multiple studies have shown that unlimited use of social media causes stress, bad moods and negative mental health. Many people wake up in the morning and immediately check their Instagram, Snapchat or Twitter.

What is the importance of media in today's society? ›

Purpose of Media

The purpose of a media is to give information about current news, gossips, Fashion, and the latest gadgets in the marketplace of the people. The role of a media has to be one way trading and marketing of products, and prejudices. It gives geographical knowledge about how people divided.

How do social media impact our lives? ›

However, multiple studies have found a strong link between heavy social media and an increased risk for depression, anxiety, loneliness, self-harm, and even suicidal thoughts. Social media may promote negative experiences such as: Inadequacy about your life or appearance.

What are the challenges faced by print media? ›

Traditional print media face the dilemma of reduced circulation, decreased communication power and influence, and a shrinking advertising business, which makes print media face unprecedented pressure to survive.

Has social media addiction reduced the importance of print media? ›

No, newspaper and other print media have shown increase in circulation and readership.

What are the challenges and opportunities for print providers and why? ›

The major challenges of printing industry are digitization trends, declining demands from industries like banking, advertising, postal services as digital channels have already taken over. Price pressures with declining demand and increasing asset costs also hit the margins of printing businesses.

What are the 10 types of print media? ›

Print Media Examples
  • Newspapers. For most of the 20th Century, newspapers were the dominant mass media form of information sharing, particularly in the fields of economics and politics. ...
  • Magazines. ...
  • Books. ...
  • Billboards. ...
  • Posters. ...
  • Flyers. ...
  • Catalogs. ...
  • Coupons.
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Is book an example of print media? ›

Print media refers to the form of media that spreads information in printed manner i.e. with the use of paper and ink.

Is poster is an example of print media? ›

Print media advertising is physically printed media including newspapers, magazines, posters and billboards and direct mail.

What is the most popular form of print media? ›

Newspapers are the most popular form of print media. They are generally delivered at home, or are available at newsstands, and it is the most inexpensive way to reach a huge mass of people quickly.

What is the most effective form of media? ›

The most effective form of advertising out of the four types that I have analyzed is the television, as it has the most use of techniques, and also it can, use all of the techniques that the other forms of advertising can, but rolled into one advert.

What are the characteristics of print media? ›

Print media are lightweight, portable, disposable publications printed on paper and circulated as physical copies in forms we call books, newspapers, magazines and newsletters. They hold informative and entertaining content that are of general or special interest.

What are 5 types of print media? ›

Identify five forms of print media used in communication
  • Books.
  • Newspapers.
  • Magazines.
  • Journal/periodicals.
  • Newsletters.
  • Brochures.
  • Braille.
  • Posters.
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What is print media and give at least two examples? ›

The two most common print media are newspapers and magazines, but print media also include outdoor billboards, transit posters, the yellow pages, and direct mail.

How effective is print media advertising? ›

It's the Most Trusted Medium

And although those forms of advertising are effective, consumers consistently rate print advertising as one of the most trustworthy. In fact, 82% of consumers report that they trust print ads. Perhaps this is because of print's status as a stalwart advertising tactic.

Why is printing important to modern society? ›

The printing press allows us to share large amounts of information quickly and in huge numbers. In fact, the printing press is so significant that it has come to be known as one of the most important inventions of our time.

Why does print media important in the marketing industry? ›

Print Establishes Your Brand

Marketers know the significance of having a well recognized brand, and printed publications and other branded materials are an excellent way to establish your brand. It allows you to bring the aesthetic qualities of font, colors, images and texture that helps to establish brand recognition.

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