THE FOLDER. DOUBLE UNFOLDING III International Graphic Project of Interaction Exhibition dates: June 5 – 14 at The UCSC Contemporary Print Media Research Center, Baskin Art Studio G111 & Window Mini-Galleries Continue Reading The Folder exhibition at the Contemporary Print Media Research Center
Exhibition dates: May 31- June 10
Reception with the artist: Monday June 5, 2017 4pm – 6pm
at The UCSC Contemporary Print Media Research Center, Baskin Art Studio G111
In conjunction with “The Fold” Project Exhibition at the Window GalleryContinue Reading Uncut Nature: Places, Paths and Patterns – Prints by Barbara Foster
The CPMRC has just received it’s edition of The Folder / Double Unfolding artist book with prints from the thirteen participating international research centers and print media departments. The prints will be on view at the University of California Santa Cruz Baskins Visual Arts Center from June 5 – 14, 2017. The exhibition catalogue and confirmed exhibition dates can be viewed on the following posted .pdf files.Continue Reading The Folder Project
Barbara Foster will be working on her new print projects at the center from April 17 through May 26, 2017.
Within an archeological context, she bridges environmental and ecological issues using a personal approach combining traditional and non-traditional processes. During her residency, she will be exploring the UCSC Natural Reserves and working with UCSC students.
Saturday, October 22, a group of members of the California Society of Printmakers (CSP) visited our print studios and the Contemporary Print Media and Research Center.
3rd International Project of Graphic Interaction, Original Print and Edition
Marina Mangubi artist talk May 18, 2016 5:00-6:00 pm Baskin Arts Seminar room D 101
UCSC Arts Division Assistant Professor Enrique Leal and Sesnon Gallery Director Shelby Graham met with the University of Castilla La Mancha’s Contemporary Arts Archives & Collections research team this summer to initiate a interuniversity collaborative project that includes curating a selection of the CAAC heritage resources to be exhibited at UCSC’s Sesnon Gallery.