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March 22, 1991 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-22

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Own A

ALL
UNDER
ONE ROOF

Piece of

History!

Print Collection
From Alma

"Alma College Collection:
A Decade of Michigan Print-
making" will be shown at the
Detroit Institute of Arts
through May 5. It is the 14th
exhibition in the DIA's
Michigan Artists Program.
The event also celebrates the
10th anniversary of the Alma
College Statewide Print
Competition.
A selection of 40 prints done
by Michigan artists during
the 1980s will offer examples
of all the major printmaking
techniques: woodcut, engrav-
ing, etching and lithography.
Among the artist print-
makers represented are
Bruce Thayer (Mason); Paul
Stewart, Carla Jimison,
Takeshi Takahara (Ann Ar-
bor); David Bigelow (Flint);
Jim Nawara, Stanley Louis
Rosenthal (Detroit); Elizabeth
Daly, Margaret Meade-
Turnbull (Lansing); D.K.
Semivan (Royal Oak); Kim
Bauer, Charles Palmer,
Michael Thomas (Ypsilanti);
Sandra Rice (Belleville),
Stephen Schousen (Grand
Rapids), Catherine S. Graves
(Canton), Carolyn Swift Ar-
mitage (Harper Woods).
Impressions were printed
by the artists themselves, as
opposed to atelier or contract
prints done by a printer in
collaboration with an artist.
In this way, the prints are
more personal.
In 1981, Alma College in-
itiated its annual statewide
print competition to call at-
tention to the high quality of
printmaking being done in
Michigan, and to give greater
exposure to artists working in
the medium. Jurors for the
competition are nationally-
known artist/printmakers.
The resulting annual show is
circulated by Alma College to
six or seven small museums
and galleries around the
state.
Award winning-prints enter
the permanent Alma College
collection which now
numbers nearly 100 works by
Michigan artists. The collec-
tion has gained recognition as
a documentation of the
creativity and technical skill
of Michigan artist/print-
makers.
The exhibition is made
possible by the city of Detroit,
the state of Michigan and the
Founders Society. Chris
Swenson, associate curator of
Graphic Arts, will discuss the
Alma Collection 3 p.m. March
24 in the gallery.
The Alma College Collec-
tion will be free to the public
during regular museum
hours 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Wed.-Sun.; closed Mon., Tues.,
and holidays.

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