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Today on the podcast, we join a discussion called The Collaborative Process of Fine Art Printmaking: Phil Sanders in Conversation with James Nares and Jean-Paul Russell. James Nares is an English artist who has been working in New York since the 1970’s.
In discussion with Nares are Phil Sanders and Jean Paul Russell. Sanders is the founder of PS Marlowe, a creative services consultancy firm focused on sustainable careers in the arts and cultural development through entrepreneurship and service. He was previously the COO of The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts & Director of The Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop.  Jean Paul Russell is co-owner and master printmaker at Durham Press in Durham Pennsylvania. The Print Cast recorded this episode on Friday October 25th in partnership with the IFPDA. Big thanks to everyone at IFPDA, and to Ann Marshall, James Nares, Phil Sanders, and Jean Paul Russell for agreeing to share this audio today.

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