30 Years of LSU Printmaking

Professor Emeritus Kimberly Arp worked with Bradley Sumrall, head curator of the Ogden Museum of Art, to curate an exhibition of graduate and undergraduate prints from the LSU Print Workshop Student Archives for an exhibition of 30 Years of LSU Printmaking. Featuring prints created by students who attended LSU from 1980 to 2010, the exhibition was one of the highlights of the Southern Graphics Council International Conference held in New Orleans, Louisiana, in March 2012. Upon Professor Arp’s retirement in 2015, after teaching printmaking at LSU in for 38 years, the LSU School of Art and the Cox Communications Academic Center for Student-Athletes, through the LSU College of Art & Design, funded the publication of this book, 30 Years of LSU Printmaking. Design by TORY CUNNINGHAM.

30 Years of LSU Printmaking
 
Professor Emeritus Kimberly Arp worked with Bradley Sumrall, head curator of the Ogden Museum of Art, to curate an exhibition of graduate and undergraduate prints from the LSU Print Workshop Student Archives for an exhibition of 30 Years of LSU Printmaking. Featuring prints created by students who attended LSU from 1980 to 2010, the exhibition was one of the highlights of the Southern Graphics Council International Conference held in New Orleans, Louisiana, in March 2012. Upon Professor Arp’s retirement in 2015, after teaching printmaking at LSU in for 38 years, the LSU School of Art and the Cox Communications Academic Center for Student-Athletes, through the LSU College of Art & Design, funded the publication of this book, 30 Years of LSU Printmaking.
 
Sam Varella - cover design
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