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Sang-Mi Yoo Master Artist Lecture

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Sang-Mi Yoo Master Artist Lecture

Location:Pratt Campus: Painting/Drawing Studios

Time:Monday July 15, 6:30pm

Korean-born artist, Sang-Mi Yoo is an Associate Professor of Art at Texas Tech University, and received an MFA in printmaking from The Ohio State University and a BFA in painting from Seoul National University. Her creative activity features the 2012 Seacourt Print Workshop Artist-in-Residence in Northern Ireland, a 2010 Puffin Foundation Artist Grant, the 2009 Springfield Art Museum Purchase Award, exhibitions at the Museum of Printing History in Houston, the Moonshin Museum in Korea, the Gyeongnam International Art Festival in Korea and the 2008 Pacific Rim International Print Exhibition in New Zealand, and museum collections at the Art Bank at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Korea, the Springfield Art Museum and The Museum of Texas Tech University, among others.

 

As an active organizer of panels and events, she has also curated exhibitions including Convergence: Korean Prints Now and Makers in Print.Korean-born artist, Sang-Mi Yoo is an Associate Professor of Art at Texas Tech University, and received an MFA in printmaking from The Ohio State University and a BFA in painting from Seoul National University. Her creative activity features the 2012 Seacourt Print Workshop Artist-in-Residence in Northern Ireland, a 2010 Puffin Foundation Artist Grant, the 2009 Springfield Art Museum Purchase Award, exhibitions at the Museum of Printing History in Houston, the Moonshin Museum in Korea, the Gyeongnam International Art Festival in Korea and the 2008 Pacific Rim International Print Exhibition in New Zealand, and museum collections at the Art Bank at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Korea, the Springfield Art Museum and The Museum of Texas Tech University, among others. As an active organizer of panels and events, she has also curated exhibitions including Convergence: Korean Prints Now and Makers in Print.

 

Master Artist Workshop: Etching and Aquatint without Acid
Explore your contemporary ideas through Aluminum Etching. You don’t have to apply rosin or airbrush acrylic resist to the plate for aquatint as the aluminum automatically creates crystalline texture. Resists can be created by photo polymer film, acrylic medium, spray paint and frisket film. This non-toxic process will also be explored with the artist’s introduction of chine collé. Prerequisite: Printmaking experience helpful.

 

7.12-14, Friday-Sunday 10am-4pm
Master Member $280

Non Member $311

Supply fee $30

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