Annual WVU Exhibition at AIR…

Saturday April 06th marked the closing reception for the annual WVU exhibition at Artists Image Resource in Pittsburgh. This year we decided to make the exhibition for the WVU Printmakers only. My printmaking students were responsible for all aspects of the exhibition, installation, promotion, and reception.

This has been such a wonderful event for our program and our students. Thank you so much to everyone at AIR for being so supportive of the special relationship we have forged with them. It was a really great show, and a great way to start a new tradition of having the printmakers take control of the show!

I’ve also been using this day to travel with students around Pittsburgh, and we did that again this year.


Poster design for the exhibition “Pressed&Printed, Printed&Pressed” by WVU undergraduate student Tyler Carter.


Our first stop of the day was at the Braddock Carnegie Library, which has a community silkscreen shop and ceramics studio!


This is such a great resource for the community! Its a really smart space, with essentially everything being donated…


Just a few blocks away is the church that artist Swoon has been transforming for a number of years…


A quick stop to local artist Mark Snyder‘s solo exhibition at the Panza Gallery


We got a quick little tour of the relatively new PullProof silkscreen studio…


We saw this great exhibition of political work at the Irma Freeman Center for Imagination…


The final stop was at Artists Image Resource to see the WVU Printmakers exhibition…


The students did such a great job of organizing this event…they were in charge of every aspect of the design, installation, and promotion of the exhibition. They all stepped up and did a fantastic job!


It was a great turn out for the reception, thank you to everyone who stopped by!



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