The Hudgens Center for the Arts is presenting its first free exhibition, “A Creative Adventure in Printmaking: Prints from the Experimental Printmaking Institute,” curated by its master printmaker, Curlee Raven Holton. Learn more about the exhibition here.
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts celebrates the Experimental Printmaking Institute at Lafayette College and its 20-year history as one of the nation’s leaders in fine art prints. For more exhibition info, click here.
The Experimental Printmaking Institute at Lafayette College was founded in 1996 by Curlee Raven Holton, who is retiring at the end of the academic year. In his honor, EPI is presenting a two-part retrospective called “From the EPI Center: Celebrating 20 Years at the Experimental Printmaking Institute.” Learn more about the retrospective and other arts […]
From the EPI-Center: A Retrospective in Two Parts Celebrating 20 Years at the Experimental Printmaking Institute
A Retrospective in Two Parts Celebrating 20 Years at EPI Part 1, 1996-2004 / September 1—October 7 Part 2, 2005-2016 / October 15—December 17 Since its founding in 1996, the Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI) has passionately advocated for printmaking as an indispensable component of cultural and creative engagement. Combining traditional printmaking techniques with experimental approaches, EPI is committed to […]
The Mount Holyoke College Art Museum has recently added to its collection more than thirty prints created at the Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI) at Lafayette College in Easton, PA. Follow this link for more.
University Museums at University of Delaware have received a gift of more than 50 prints from the Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI) at Lafayette College in Easton, PA. Read the full story here.
RE:find is very pleased to welcome Lafayette’s Experimental Printmaking Institute to the gallery for its’ Summer Show 2015. Read the full story here.
The Allentown Art Museum exhibited works from EPI’s collection, including those of Faith Ringgold, in their exhibit, “Interventions in Printmaking: Three Generations of African-American Women”. Find out more about the exhibit here.
Professor Curlee Raven Holton presents a lecture at the Columbus Museum. Learn more by reading the full story here.
The University of Maryland College of Arts and Humanities has announced the appointment of Curlee R. Holton as the permanent executive director of the David C. Driskell Center for the Study of the Visual Arts and Culture of African Americans and the African Diaspora and senior artist-in-residence in the Department of Art. Read the full story here.
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