Tuesday, January 26, 2016

TIGER LILY PRESS 

2016 Spring/Summer Classes


Continuing Education Units (CEU's) offered for educators. 

To register for classes use the paypal button on the blog sidebar 
or mail your check payable to Tiger Lily Press to:
TIGER LILY PRESS
P O Box 5394
Cincinnati, Ohio,  45205

Please include your name, phone number, email
and class(es) you are signing up for.



COLLAGRAPH PRINTMAKING

Thursdays, March 3,10,17,24
6:00-8:30 pm
INSTRUCTOR: Mary Woodworth
Make your own plates with ordinary materials. Using cardboard, paper, fabrics, modeling paste, and acrylic mediums students create plates, which can be printed alone or in layers. A unique aspect of this workshop will be introduction of block out stencils and cut shape collagraph plates to expand the possibilities for abstract compositions.

Limit: 6 students     $120 non-members/ $95 members     
10 contact hours for CEUS


SILK SCREENING ON FABRIC AND BEYOND

Wednesdays, April 6,13,20,27
6:00-8:30 pm
INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Turner
Make your own designed fabric (no prior printing experience needed). Print on fabric with your own design using basic silk screening skills that will be taught in the class. Fabric printed can be used for sewn pieces such as quilts, clothing and accessories.

Limit: 6 students     $120 non-members/ $95 members     
10 contact hours for CEUS


NON-TOXIC LITHOGRAPHY

Wednesdays, May 4,11,18,25
6:00-8:30 pm
INSTRUCTOR: Jay Harriman
This class introduces a new approach to making lithograph prints. Prior printmaking experience is helpful, but not required. Students will learn to create and print a polyester plate using lithography techniques on an etcher’s press using their own or 
digital black and white image.

Limit: 6 students     $120 non-members/ $95 members     
10 contact hours for CEUS
  

PRINTS INTO BOOKS

Thursdays, June 2,9,16,23
6:00-8:30 pm
INSTRUCTOR: April Foster
Students will employ old etching, collagraph, or Pronto plates, relief blocks, monoprints and stencils to be combined in multiple ways to create pages for handmade accordion or signature books. Simple accordion and coptic bindings will be demonstrated 
for completed pages.

Limit: 6 students     $120 non-members/ $95 members     
10 contact hours for CEUS


PAPERMAKING AND PRINTING

Weekend Workshop
Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26
1:00-4:00 pm
INSTRUCTOR: Margaret Rhein
 The first day will focus on creating a variety of handmade papers, 
4 x 6” up to 9 x 12”, in a range of colors and textures.  
The second day will focus on printing monoprint images 
incorporating low relief plates with water-based inks on the 
damp handmade papers from previous day. 

Limit: 10 students      $75.00 non-members/ $60.00 members 
Plus $10.00 supply fee   
6 contact hours for CEUs


MONOPRINT INTENSIVE

Tuesday through Thursday, July 12,13,14
9:30 am-2:00 pm
INSTRUCTOR: Theresa Gates Kuhr
This 3-day workshop is designed for immersion in the monoprint process in order to create a series of 11 x 14” prints. There will be demonstrations on a variety of techniques. Spontaneity will be embraced at first, followed by purposeful composition and concept development. Beginner to experienced printers welcome.

Limit: 6 students     $144 non-members/ $115 members     
12 contact hours for CEUS


Friday, January 1, 2016

TLP Annual Meeting and Potluck

Annual Meeting and Potluck

Saturday, January 23, 2016
10:30 am


Happy New Year to all from Tiger Lily Press!

Please save the date to kick off the new year with your Tiger Lily family at the studio for our annual members meeting, potluck lunch and hear from speaker Mary Mark on relief techniques and our Calendar project.

10:30 am   Collect annual dues
11:00 am   Annual Meeting
12:00 pm   Potluck lunch, bring a dish
1:00 pm     Mary Mark presentation

Newcomers and guests welcome.

4356 Dunham Lane
Cincinnati, Ohio  45238

Once on the Dunham grounds, make a right at the first stop sign, a right at the second stop sign, head up the hill and take the driveway to the left of the Dunham Administration building to the back parking lot.  Tiger Lily is on the lower level of the first building on the left.


Monday, December 21, 2015

Workshops at The Morgan Conservatory



The Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory
 and Educational Foundation
is an Ohio non-profit art center
dedicated to the preservation of hand paper making
and the art of the book.

Click here to see their upcoming workshops for January 2016.



Monday, December 7, 2015

Holiday Potluck Gathering with Rick Finn, Working Artist Program Resident



Holiday Potluck with Rick Finn

Working Artist Program resident

Thursday, December 10, 2015
6:00 pm   Potluck dinner
7:00 pm   In the Studio with Rick Finn

Please join us.  
Bring a friend and a dish to share as we celebrate the holiday season by having a meal together.  We will then be treated to a glance at Working Artist resident Rick Finn's current work and get to imbibe in casual conversation with him about his prints and his process.

We look forward to seeing you at the studio.
Tiger Lily Press
Dunham Recreation Center Schoolhouse
4356 Dunham Lane
Cincinnati, Ohio 45238

Once on the Dunham grounds, take a right at the first stop, a right at the second stop, head up the hill toward the Dunham Recreation Center building.  On the left side of the building is a drive way.  Take the drive to the back parking lot.  Tiger Lily is in the small schoolhouse building on your left.






Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Annual TLP Print Sale





Please join us this year for our annual print sale!!
Featuring work from Tiger Lily Press members,
Cincinnati Book Arts Society & Peg Rhein
of Terrapin Paper Mill.

Participating Tiger Lily Members include:

James Chaney
Amy Doran
Joan Effertz
Rick Finn
Sheila Fleischer
April Foster
Jay Harriman
Tori Keith
Julie Lonneman
Nicci Mechler
Megan Schweitzer
Jan Thomas
Nancy Turner
Carole Winters
Mary Woodworth


Clifton Cultural Arts Center
3711 Clifton Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45220
Saturday, November 7 
11:00 am - 5:00 pm



Thursday, October 8, 2015

News from our TLP President

Our intrepid Director/President, Theresa Gates Kuhr has
decided to step down from her long time position, below is her resignation letter.
We all wish her the best!!


To the Tiger Lily Press Executive Committee, Board Members and members,


The time has come for me to step down as President of Tiger Lily Press.  After 18 years as Co-Director, Director and most recently, President, and an estimated 13,000 plus volunteer hours, I am no longer able to give my sole dedication to the position as a volunteer.  My husband, Dave’s, company has been bought out and our future is now uncertain.  Dave has whole heartily supported the countless hours and energy that I have put in to sustaining Tiger Lily, however, I can no longer ask him to bear the financial burden for our family on his own and I will have to look for opportunities to contribute monetarily.

Since my initial days running the press at the Art Academy in the early nineties, just after graduate school, then accepting the Co-Director’s role in late 1998, I have had the honor of seeing Tiger Lily in four locations, helped execute three moves, from The Art Academy to Butterfield, Butterfield to the Dunham Arts Building, and Dunham Arts building to the Dunham Schoolhouse.  I have seen two presses go; the letterpress and the litho press at the AAC, and three presses arrive;  the small etching press, the Vandercook proof press and “Bonnie”.  Along with the other wonderful artist volunteers I have helped facilitate many exhibitions, probably twenty-plus, had the joy of celebrating the 30 year anniversary, the advent of the Print and Calendar Sale, initiated the first round table discussions with the Ohio Print Coops in Massillon in 2009, fostered relationships with the five local universities, organized the Next Generation event to encourage college students, worked on the MAPC conference committee in 1998, co-managed the visiting artists, Ha Dong Chul and Ha Won’s tour in 2002 and the Ohio Print Gathering in 2013, developed the Working Artist Program in 2012, and just started the beginnings of the student internship program.   I have completely enjoyed teaching classes, running the press’s administrative duties and socializing and getting to know the printmakers and arts organizations of our area.

It is with great difficulty that I leave the position. Tiger Lily has helped define me as a person and has been the catalyst for keeping my art alive while raising four children.  It helped me keep my sanity, taught my girls that you can’t let go of your passions, and the importance of having life outside of motherhood.  It gave great purpose to countless days, offered two opportunities to exhibit abroad in Korea and Germany, and landed me a dream 5-week residency in Germany.  I have gained many important relationships with artists and arts advocates in our city, state and beyond thanks to Tiger Lily Press.

I will finish the 2015 year off as President and attend the 2016 annual meeting to hand off the job to the next President.  I would like to stay on and work under Jan Thomas with the education committee to help develop its programs and continue teaching TLP classes.

Much gratitude and hope for the future of Tiger Lily.
Theresa Gates Kuhr



Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Think Square Opening



Quite a party last Friday Night
 at the Opening of the Think Square Exhibition!
 Each of the Fifty plus prints were displayed as a gem
 among the treasure of prints from a collaboration of
 Printmakers from Tiger Lily Press and the Northern Kentucky Printmakers.

 The Exhibition is open to the public
 weekdays from 8:30 am - 5 pm
 through November at










Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Bloch Party!




BLOCH PARTY!! 

5pm to 10pm - September 23rd, 2015
Swiss artist collective Com&Com,
Marcus Gossolt & Johannes M Hedinger is 
bringing their world traveling Block Project to Cincinnati
for a one night only Bloch Party.
The project combines contemporary art with
traditional popular culture and fosters dialogue between
people, by sharing traditions and customs fro different cultures.
Artists, musicians, poets, performers,
and art lovers are invited to participate in the celebration
and re-charging the Bloch on its way to NYC.

In the Parking lot of Carl Solway Gallery, 424 Findlay St. Cincinnati, OH 45214

Music by the FAUX FRENCHMEN!

VIDEO PROJECTIONS!

Wear a costume, bring an instrument and play a song.
Read a poem, take a selfie with the BLOCH
or just come and get crazy!

Bring a chair,
and park in the Central Street lot!


FOR MORE INFO CONTACT:
Mark Patsfall at 513-241-3232

Video Compilation 2011-2015: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wdrf61VFmL4



Info / Website: http://bloch23781.com