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discover our local satellites

Ars Graphica is not only global, it becomes local!

What is a satellite?

The Ars Graphica satellites are based in various countries and aim to bring together members from the same area through a series of informal meetings, collection visits and talks, as well as to promote graphic arts in the local culture. Each satellite is personalized according to the lanugage & culture of the place.

What is it for?

Events, meetings and workshops are organized by each satellite. All the news is circulated in our general Newsletter.

  • Organisation of events – exclusive scientific visits

  • Formal & informal meetings –  networking & exchange of ideas

  • Promotion of the graphic arts in the area

Who can join?

Art historians, curators, conservators, graduate students, artists and publishers, who are specialized in graphic arts, are welcome to register to any satellites, according to their location. Communication with the members is in the language of the country. 

Satellites coordinator: Alexandra Blanc
our Satellites

AG Dutch & Flemish


by Elisabeth Bracke (M Leuven)

& Laurien van der Werff (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam)

AG London


by Bryony Bartlett-Rawlings (The Courtauld Institute of Art)

& Hannah Lyons (University of London and the Victoria and Albert Museum)

AG Paris


by Blanche Llauens (Université de Poitiers) 

Francesca Mariano (Université de Poitiers)

AG Polska


by Magdalena Herman (University of Warsaw)

Weronika Kobylińska-Bunsch (University of Warsaw)

AG Roma


by Sabrina Pasquale (Università di Roma Tor Vergata)

& Ilaria Sferrazza (independent scholar)

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