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Printed Matters: An exhibition of prints & printmaking from University Archives and Special Collections

This exhibition features local, national and international examples of printing as a means of mass communication and as art form. Included amongst the many fine prints are sketches, artist proofs, matrices, woodblocks, metal type and engraving/carving tools which serve to introduce a sense of the process involved behind the scenes.

May 5 - August 22, 2014
The Link Gallery, Murray Library, First Floor
Curators: Cheryl Avery, Dee Gibson, Dr. Sandra Herron


This exhibition features local, national and international examples of printing as a means of mass communication and as art form. Included amongst the many fine prints are sketches, artist proofs, matrices, woodblocks, metal type and engraving/carving tools which serve to introduce a sense of the process involved behind the scenes. Read more...

We are delighted that Dr. Sandra Herron, who recently completed her PhD through Interdisciplinary Studies at the U of S, has curated a selection of texts from our Rare Books collection that focuses on how the image/text relationship guides the viewer to a specific religious, historical or literary reading. Read more on our Rare Books Online Showcase.
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