Exhibition runs April 8 – 18, 2014
Screenprinting’s inception in the art realm was due to a number of artists in the 60s, specifically the Pop movement. The implementation of this method as a visual language owes to its adaptation as a commercial method a decade before.
The students from VISA 351 presented in this show were asked to tackle the medium more as an interdisciplinary artist, considering its technique, history, and how it can be used as an expansive tool. They started off initially printing on paper and then challenged to go beyond the frame.
Gallery Hours: 11am – 5pm Monday – Friday
This event is free and open to the public