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April 20, Art After Hours, Hyde Collection

  • March 10, 2023 12:26 PM
    Message # 13126788

    Art After Hours

    Apr 20, 5-8pm

    Art After Hours mixes art and entertainment every third Thursday of the month. Visit exhibitions, listen to live music, and socialize with friends! Check the calendar of events for more information and ticketing.

    Sample beer from Common Roots Brewing Company! (Add logo to event listing)

    Explore printmaking in the Art Studio!

    Lecture: Printmaking: The Process with Dr. Glenn A. Long

    Thu, Apr 20, 6:00pm

    Join Dr. Glenn A. Long for a presentation on the history and process of printmaking and explore various examples on view in the exhibition The Harmon and Harriet Kelley Collection of African American Art. Join education staff in the art studio prior to the lecture to create your own print!

    Dr. Long received his college education at Ohio University: Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts in painting, printmaking, and photography, and Ph.D. in the History of Painting, Sculpture, and Music. He has taught art at a number of institutions including Bethany College, The Maryland Institute, College of Art, Johns Hopkins University, Morgan State University, Florida International University and the New World School of the Arts. Dr. Long has served in leadership roles at The Baltimore Museum of Art, Sunrise Foundation, and the  Metropolitan Museum and Art Center in Coral Gables, Florida. In 2021, Dr. Long was appointed Interim Executive Director of the Historical Society of the Town of Bolton and Bolton Historical Museum (on Lake George) in Bolton Landing, New York.

    While getting his MFA, Glenn was the Teaching Assistant in the print studio in the School of Art at Ohio University, working with intaglio printmaker David Dreisbach and painter/printmaker, Tamarind Institute Fellow and Master Lithographic Printer Donald Roberts. Dr. Long has been engaged with prints and printmaking, both aesthetically and commercially, in the intervening six decades.

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