PEARS Welcomes Master Printmaker Palmeri

April 28, 2011

North Dakota State University Visual Arts and Printmaking Education and Research Studio (PEARS) Visiting Artist Program is pleased to present the 12th annual summer printmaking workshop with printmaker Nancy Palmeri, Associate Professor at the University of Texas Arlington, June 6-17, 2011.

During this two-week opportunity, participants will attend printmaking workshops and prepare an exchange portfolio using presented methods and theory.  Participants may register for three undergraduate credits or non-credit through NDSU-ART or graduate credits through NDSU-DCE.

Palmeri’s prints have been included in several international and national venues.  Recently, her work has been exhibited at the Istanbul Museum of Graphic Art, the Museo de Artes Contemporaneas Plaza (Bolivia), Proyecto’ace Buenos Aires (Argentina), and the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (California).  She is a recipient of the Frans Masereel Graphic Arts Center fellowship in Kasterlee, Belgium and a Bogliasco Foundation Fellowship, Bogliasco, Italy.  She has presented at the Southern Graphics Council Conference numerous times and has lectured and demonstrated her printmaking techniques at colleges and universities throughout the nation.  Palmeri’s prints have been included in Color Print USA (Lubbock, TX) and Global Matrix International Print Exhibition (Perdue University Art Gallery), and the Jubilee Exhibition (Kasterlee, Belgium).

The PEARS program promotes printmaking production, education and innovation in the Midwest.  Directed by Kent Kapplinger, Associate Professor with NDSU Visual Arts, PEARS offers educational printmaking classes, workshops, artist residencies, internships, and studio rental to qualified artists. 

For more information, please visit www.ndsu.edu/finearts/visual_arts/PEARS.

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