The Marjorie G. and Carl W. Stern Book Arts & Special Collections Center of the San Francisco Public Library and the American Printing History Association’s NorCal Chapter present Red All Over: Political and Countercultural Printshops of the S.F. Bay Area an Illustrated talk by author and art historian Lincoln Cushing.
Every movement needs a voice and ever since Gutenberg systemized the concept of movable type radicals have put ink to paper to create multiples of inflammatory documents. Come learn more about the discontents, troublemakers, poets, organizers, and visionaries who set up shop in the S.F. Bay Area from the 1960s to the present.
Alliance Graphics | The Berkeley Bonaparte | Berkeley Graphic Arts/Berkeley Free Press | Bindweed Press | Black Panther Party press | Black Sheep Press | Chicano Art Center | Chubasco Press | Community Asian Art & Media Project | Double-H Press | East Bay Media Center | Fireworks Graphics Collective | FITS Printing | Five Trees Press | Free Print Shop | Free Speech Movement Press | Gonna Rise Again Graphics | Graphic Arts of Marin | Graphic Arts Workshop | Greenleaf Press | Inkworks Press | Japantown Art and Media | Jellyroll Press | Jungle Press | Kearny Street Workshop | La Raza Graphics Collective | La Raza Silkscreen Center | The Media Project | Mission Grafica | New Americas Press | New Earth Press | Noe Valley Silkscreen Collective | Noh Directions Press | Orbit Graphic Arts | People's Press | Popular Press | The Print Mint | Rainbow Zenith | Royal Chicano Air Force | San Francisco Community Press | San Francisco Print Collective | San Francisco Printing Coop | Sequoyah Graphics | Solidarity Publications | Taller de Artes Graficas | Taller Sin Fronteras | Taller Tupac Amaru | Tea Lautrec Litho | Up Press | Women's Press Project