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Graphic design students at California Institute of the Arts in Valencia are organizing the school’s first-ever Print Fair, a one-day event to be held Sunday, April 15, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the main gallery.

“Printed at CalArts” is the theme of the event, and it’s open for the public to experience the work of graphic design students, alumni and faculty – from posters and zines to photos and stationery.

“Get your hands dirty in workshops, listen to compelling lectures, purchase printed goods or sell your own,” organizers say on their website, CalArtsPrintFair.org. “We invite the public to meet CalArts print culture on campus for the first time ever.”

The event will include workshops as well as lectures from Dylan Lathrop, senior editorial designer of GOOD magazine; Amir Fallah, founder of Beautiful Decay magazine; and Ed Fella of the CalArts graphic design faculty.

Admission is free. CalArts is located at 24700 McBean Parkway in Valencia.

 

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