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Lasting Impressions: An Art Historian’s Perspective on Printmaking and the Graphic Arts Loan Collection

Photo of rollers used in printmaking.

4:10 pm | 10/21/2020 | Live on Zoom | Until 5:10 pm | 10/21/2020

Todd Olson, Professor, UC Berkeley History of Art Department; Albie Cartagenes, Undergraduate, Art Practice/History of Art majors

Professor Todd Olson (History of Art Department) borrowed prints from the Graphic Arts Loan Collection at the Morrison Library when he was an undergraduate at Cal. A good deal of his teaching and scholarship involves looking closely at prints and drawings. He will share personal reflections on collecting and living with works on paper, in conversation with undergraduate student Albie Cartagenes (Art Practice/History of Art majors).

This event is part of Graphic Knowledge: Perspectives on Prints and Printmaking at UC Berkeley, a series of events about the Graphic Arts Loan Collection and printmaking at UC Berkeley held each Wednesday in October at 4pm Pacific Time.

Event is free and open to the public.

Register here.

 LibraryDepartment of Art PracticeDepartment of History of Art

 Scott Peterson, speterso@library.berkeley.edu

 Amber Lawrence,  libraryevents@berkeley.edu,  510-459-9108

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