Join the Glassell School of Art for the Houston Print Crawl. Meet in the print studio for printmaking demonstrations, get to know the school’s fantastic new workspace, and learn about printing techniques from Glassell instructors. While you’re here, check out the student work on view.

This unique afternoon is geared toward all audiences, from families looking for an artsy day out to collectors wanting to broaden their knowledge of this diverse medium.

About the Houston Print Crawl
The inaugural Houston Print Crawl is produced by Burning Bones Press. On February 15, printmaking studios around the Houston area open their doors to the public, inviting visitors to explore the art of contemporary printmaking in its many forms: screenprinting, relief, intaglio, lithography, and more. Participating studios host exhibitions, live printing demos, and tours.

Drop in! Admission is free.

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The Glassell School of Art receives generous funding from the Glassell Family; The Skiles Foundation; Wells Fargo; Leslie and Brad Bucher; Sue and Rusty Burnett; The Coneway Family Foundation; John P. McGovern Foundation; Texas Commission on the Arts; Mr. and Mrs. Jamal H. Daniel; Nena and David Marsh; Bobbie Nau; and additional generous donors.