Episode twenty-four | jill graham

Published 2 october 2019



In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Jill Graham the technician and master printer at the NSCAD Lithography Workshop: Contemporary Editions. Graham shares her journey of starting out in Montreal, setting up a lithography workshop in a remote part of Ontario, traveling to South Africa to train a color blind master printer, waiting ten years to attend Tamarind, and surviving and thriving in the Toronto arts scene as single mom. We also talk about Graham’s role in the reinstitution of the lithography workshop with an eye intersectionality, collaborating with First Nations artist on Cape Dorset, and how to gracefully dodge your interviewer’s request for hot goss regarding the famous artists with which you’ve printed.