Learn about printmaking and its storytelling aspects with Paul Nicholson, co-owner of Bellevue’s The Legacy Ltd gallery. Nicholson has printed and published Northwest Coast Native graphics since 1983, creating limited editions for artists such as Susan Point (Coast Salish, Musqueam First Nation), Andrea Wilbur-Sigo (Coast Salish, Squaxin Island Tribe), Tony Hunt (Kwakwaka’wakw, Kwakiutl First Nation), and Marvin Oliver (Coast Salish, Quinault Tribe; Isleta Pueblo). Drawing connections to Cultural imPRINT: Northwest Native Prints, Nicholson will share insights about the printmaking process and his experiences.
After Nicholson’s presentation, be sure to visit Cultural imPRINT: Northwest Native Prints, featuring 60 years of innovative printmaking.
About Lunch and Learn Talks
Bring your own lunch, or come early to order a delicious box lunch from TAM Cafe. Each Lunch and Learn talk takes place during the lunch hour and features a guest speaker to bring knowledge and depth to a particular exhibition currently showing at Tacoma Art Museum.
Cost: Lunch and Learn talks are free.
Above: Ben Davidson (left) and Paul Nicholson (right) screenprinting Davidson’s Just About. Photo courtesy of Paul Nicholson.