Today's postings

  1. [Baren 32605] Re: White line printmaking (Annie Bissett)
  2. [Baren 32606] Southern Graphics Council news (Wanda Robertson)
  3. [Baren 32607] USM International Print Exhibition 2007 ("Rahman Mohamed")
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Message 1
From: Annie Bissett
Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 12:14:23 -0500
Subject: [Baren 32605] Re: White line printmaking
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Hi Su and eveyone,

One more thing on white line printmaking. The Provincetown Art
Association offers classes, and at least once a
year there's a class in white line. Last sumer it was taught by a
woman named Kathryn Smith (description of workshop here - http:// ). The schedule for sumer '07 isn't
out yet, bt it's likely they'll have this class again.

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Message 2
From: Wanda Robertson
Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 13:49:18 -0800
Subject: [Baren 32606] Southern Graphics Council news
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This just in from Nicole Pietrantoni:

Southern Graphics Traveling Print Exhibition
The 2006-2009 SGC Traveling Exhibition features the print work of 25
artists from across the country. This collection of prints is an
outstanding example of current trends in the field—some using
traditional etching, lithography, and wood cuts, while some utilize the
newest technological advances of computer and digital processes. This
exhibition is available for booking anytime after August of 2007. A
master sheet for labels and exhibit text accompanies the work, along
with exhibition catalogues. Please contact Nicole Pietrantoni, SGC
Traveling Print Exhibition Coordinator at
or 615-417-1810 for more information.
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Message 3
From: "Rahman Mohamed"
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 19:32:53 +0800
Subject: [Baren 32607] USM International Print Exhibition 2007
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I am curating an international print show by 20 invited artists from 10 different countries - Malaysia, Thailand, China, Japan, New Zealand, Estonia, USA, Mauritius, Poland, and Norway.
60 prints will be on show which consists of all the printmaking techniques, from the traditional print techniques of woodcut, etching, silkscreen and lithography as well as the latest computer generated digital print.
It's open for viewing starting January 10 until 1st. march 2007 at the USM Gallery. The exhibition will travel to Hatyai, Thailand from 7th. -30 April 2007.
It is our intention to make this exhibition as an annual event, and will make it as an open juried international show starting the year 2008.
Please visit the following web site to view the exhibition:

Rahman Mohamed
School of Arts
Universiti Sains Malaysia