Closing Reception: April 6, 6:00-9:00 pm
West Virginia University School of Art and Design student exhibition.
Graduate student exhibition featuring the work of John Baker, Vlad Basarab, Forest Conroy, Lindsey Estep, Mike Loop, Morgan Milders, Sarah Olsen, Meghan Olson, Kofi Opoku, Erica Passage, Silas Spellman, Thom Stollar, Kristine Synowka. This show will feature artwork in various media including ceramics, printmaking and sculpture.
Undergraduate exhibition featuring the work of printmakers Brittany Ferguson, Brendan Sellaro, and Kayla Dolby.
free food and drinks
featuring the Franktuary!
with music by Morgantown band Bonfire
You are So Fly! Let’s hang!
Funnyman, an exhibition at The American Jewish Museum of Pittsburgh’s and is the basis of this exciting free 6 week workshop new afterschool program called “Fly: the most awesome heroes”
Middle and highschool students get together weekly and work on story boards, images, drawings and designs and will print their own comic book.
Lead Artist Maritza Mosquera with rap hip-hop poet Luqmon Abdul Salaam and cartoonist Kristoffer Smith work together on hands on and conceptual workshops. The August Wilson Center for African American Culture and Artists Image Resource are two collaborating partners with lead partner The American Jewish Museum of Pittsburgh. Whew! Keep a look out for our hand printed comix!
Prints the students made at Artists Image Resource
Artists working on their prints in Open Studio
Open Studio is on Tuesday and Thursday night from 6-10pm. This is a self driven, short run, production environment when experienced individuals can access small scale screens, print films, squeegees, etc (anything goes as long as it is completed that night). Open studio is first come first served and there is some basic assistance, but this is not a tutorial environment. Open studio is a volunteer run program.
If you are interested in tutorials please email Artists Image Resource at firstname.lastname@example.org.