American Printing History Association’s 2022 conference | OCT 13-15

  • 01 Oct 2022
  • 16 Oct 2022
  • Los Angeles, CA

For more information on the conference including registration, please visit the conference page at

APHA’s 47th annual conference, taking place in Los Angeles on October 13–15, 2022, will explore the printing and printmaking revolution unleashed in the United States by the political and social movements of the 1960s and 1970s. Invited speakers include Lincoln Cushing, a Berkeley-based author and archivist specializing in social movements and visual art; Staci Steinberger, assistant curator at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), whose exhibition, “What Would You Say: Activist Graphics from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art” is currently touring Southern California; and Marshall Weber, book artist and co-founder (and now Directing Curator) of the Booklyn, Inc., where he has organized several innovative funding and publishing projects for activist arts and social justice organizations.

Rare Books LA is proud to serve as conference host and sponsor. The APHA conference will take place in conjunction with Rare Books LAX, an antiquarian book, ephemera, fine press, and map fair being held October 14–16, 2022, concurrent with the conference. Both the APHA conference and Rare Books LAX are being held at The Proud Bird, a historic event center and food bazaar located a stone’s throw from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). 

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