Studio Hire at MGLC

The Print Studios give artists a chance to produce prints in the techniques of lithography, intaglio and screen printing.

 

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Equipment

Lithography

  • 1 hand press (max. paper size 100 x 70 cm)
  • 1 hand press (max. paper size 35 x 50 cm)
  • Litho stones in several sizes
  • Litho inks and ink rollers
  • Acid, gum arabic, etc.
  • Paper and drawing materials

Intaglio printing

  • 1 intaglio hand press (max. paper size 100 x 70 cm)
  • 1 hot table
  • Ink rollers and printing inks
  • Separate acid room
  • Paper

Screen printing

  • 1 hand press (max. paper size 100 x 70 cm)
  • 1 semi-automatic printing machine (max. paper size 100 x 70 cm)
  • Ink, paper, emulsions, screens of various sizes and densities, etc.


Hire of the space and equipment:
20 €/day/person

Hire of the space, equipment and materials:
20 €/day/person + cost of materials depending on the project

Hire of the space, equipment and materials with technical assistance:
20 €/day/person + cost of materials depending on the project + technical assistance 25 €/hour

All rental prices do not include 22% VAT.

MGLC offers free use of their print studios at the headquarters of MGLC to students and educators of ALUO for educational purposes.

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The Švicarija: Community, Art and Nature Project

Tivoli – Art with Nature, lecture
Olga Paulič: Tivoli Architecture

TIVOLI ARCHITECTURE
Thursday, 18 October, at 6 pm
admission: 2 eur

The beginning of the architectural design of Tivoli Park is represented by the stately architecture of Tivoli Mansion and Leopoldsruhe Mansion (the Cekin Mansion of today). Later, buildings intended for leisure activities started to appear, especially sports and recreational facilities, as well as entertainment facilities. We must also not forget the important cultural buildings on the edge of Tivoli, which are, unfortunately, cut off from the rest of the park because of the railway line.


Tivoli Mansion.
Photo: Matevža Paternoster. MGLC Archive.

The Secret Life of Books,
literary panel discussions
Nature, Society, People

Wednesday, 24 October, at 6 pm
free of charge

Book: James Lovelock, A Rough Ride to the Future

How are nature and society connected? Do people also create and build nature? What are the links between the environment and social change? How does nature affect an individual? The starting point for the discussion is drawn from the ideas of the Švicarija: Community, Art and Nature project.

Guests: Janez MarkešMitja Pucer and Ajda Pistotnik, led by Nika Kovač.

YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US IN THE CHILDREN'S STUDIO IN THE ŠVICARIJA CREATIVE CENTRE!

Creative workshops, animations and guided tours of the building are held for children every Friday. The studio operates free of charge every Friday from May to November, from 10 am to 1 pm. The activities are led by the gallery mentors Petra Derganc, Tina Boc, Petja Kolenko and Katja Kovše.

You may like to book your visit by writing to the following e-mail: petra.derganc@mglc-lj.si.

Matjaž Geder, Preparations for improvisations

17. 10.–11. 11. 2018

opening: Wednesday, October 17,
at 6 pm

Matjaž Geder is an art teacher at the Murska Sobota  II  Elementary School. It is precisely the pedagogical profession that has a profound influence on his creative world, which is constantly in passing from a direct and illustrative visual language to more complex conceptual and symbolically conceived images. He puts the rigid school system, which is based on a way of thinking that is both clichéd and indiscriminate, under critical comparison with the attitude towards the destigmatisation of mental illness, which come surprisingly close in his works.  A selection of works created in the recent years is on view, as well as a series of new prints, produced specifically for the exhibition.



Matjaž Geder: Step-ping, 2018, monoprint, 66 x 100 cm.

Theme-based guided tour of the retrospective exhibition by Riko Debenjak

23 October, at 6 pm, admission for exhibition

Traces on Paper, Canvas, Wall ...
Tatjana Pregl Kobe, art historian: 

Riko Debenjak, illustration for the book Nikolaj V. Gogolj: Taras Bulba, 1948.