As a part of Lawrence Inside Out, we will be wheat pasting large portraits to the exterior walls of the Percolator. With over six hundred portraits and stories celebrating all things artistic in Lawrence, this participatory art project will hit the streets April Final Friday! Hands-on, no experience necessary, all ages welcome.
The Ulrich Museum of Art, in collaboration with the Wichita State University Printmaking Department, builds on the vibrant printmaking community in Wichita, Kansas, with the national printmaking juried exhibition Shock Print. Presenting prints made by established and emerging artists in the United States, this exhibition surveys contemporary printmaking in both traditional and contemporary print techniques.
Shock Print Ulrich Museum of Art
1845 Fairmount Street – Wichita KS 67260
Saturday, January 24, 2015 – Sunday, April 19, 2015
The Revolution Now exhibition, curated by Ash Marlene Hane and Angela Sprunger, acknowledges women who are creating change, locally or globally, known to many or known to a few. Their revolutions may be large and loud or slow and quiet, but their fight is now. Fourteen artists, including Hane & Sprunger, created new limited edition fine art prints for this show. Working in a variety of print media – including monoprint, relief and silkscreen – the collection introduces viewers to women from all over the world and in doing so encourages new dialogue and understanding.
The East Coast National Screenprint Biennial is in full swing, with the satellite exhibitions opening up on Friday, September 26th. As part of the exhibition, I traveled to Troy to install a series of wheat-pasted prints throughout the streets of the city. The final photographs are still being processed, but here’s a working shot of one of the installations.