Behind the Archives Door Series: The Arts & Crafts Press: A personal insight by artist Yoshiko Yamamoto, March 5, 2020, 4-5pm, Archives Seminar Room, Collins Library

The Behind the Archives Door Series is pleased to support Women’s History Month:

Located in Tacoma, Washington, the Arts & Press produces outstanding letterpress, multi-color and linoleum block prints in a modern interpretation of the Arts & Crafts aesthetic. Yoshiko was a featured artist on the PBS Series Craft in America and her work is currently on display at the Collins Library as part of the exhibit:  Arts & Crafts in Tacoma:  Craftsmanship at Its Finest.  She is the co-owner of the Press and the coauthor of several books about the Arts & Crafts Movement.  Yoshiko will share insights into her process, inspiration, and her latest project, an illustrated edition of one of William Morris’s most iconic works: News from Nowhere.

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