PennDesign Alumni / Philagrafika Exhibit Opening Thurs, Feb 4

The PennDesign Alumni Association has curated an exhibit of MArch, MFA and other PennDesign alumni at Bahdeebahdu Gallery. The participating artists all work in print-making methods and the show will be held in collaboration with Philagrafika. The entries were juried by PennDesign faculty and alumni. The exhibit opens February 4 with an opening reception on February 11.

Artists whose work will be exhibited include:
J. Thomas Bolles (C'75)
Heather J. M. Brammeier (MFA'02)
Mark N. Brosseau (MFA'01)
Marie D. Bukowski (MFA'00)
Diane Burko (MFA'69)
Annette Cords (MFA'93)
Peter J. Exley (MArch'90)
Anthony Exter (C'75)
Matthew D. Feuer (MFA'83)
Rui Guo (MArch'08)
Lydia S. Hunn (MFA'71)
Christianne Kapps (MFA'01)
Nadine Kashlan (MArch'09)
James B. Ketover (MArch'09)
Jean Sausele Knodt (MFA'84)
Brian S. Kreydatus (MFA'94)
Yvonne M. Murphy-Love (MFA'94)
Emily Brett Lukens (FA'80 MFA'81)
Shu-Wei Herman Mao (MCP'06 MArch’06)
James Montgomery (MArch'02)
Keith Geoffrey Moskow (MArch'86)
Julia Murphy (MArch'03)
Demetra Tassiou Panidis (MFA'95)
Mark Pease (MFA'03)
Francesca D. P. Pfister (MFA'07)
Cecelia M. Post (MFA'09)
Martin E. Rich (MArch'64)
Alexandra A. Schmidt-Ullrich (MArch'00)
David S. Slovic (MArch'66)
Jason Eric Travers (MFA'98)

Involving more than 300 artists at more than 80 venues throughout the city, Philagrafika 2010 will be one of the largest art events in the United States and the world’s most important print-related exposition. Prominent museums and cultural institutions across Philadelphia are participating in Philagrafika 2010, offering regional, national and international audiences the opportunity to see contemporary art that references printmaking in dynamic, unexpected ways and to experience the rich cultural life of the city in the process. The administrative staff of Philagrafika, the Artistic Director and the curatorial team have worked closely with local institutions in planning and implementing a wide range of exhibitions, public programs and events, resulting in a citywide collective effort, which appropriately reflects the collaborative nature of printmaking itself.

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 11, 2010, 6:00 - 9:00pm
Exhibition Dates: February 4 - February 26, 2010

Bahdeebahdu Gallery
1522 North American Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
215 - 627 - 5002

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