Exhibition Review on SGCI: Our Indelible Mark, by Adriane Herman

“Encountering Our Indelible Mark,” an international, curated exhibition organized by Blake Sanders, Southeast instructor of art, and Hannah Sanders, Southeast associate professor and area head of printmaking, was recently reviewed by internationally exhibited artist Adriane Herman and published by SGC International in a piece titled “Disrupting Our Disruption.”

Herman’s work is included in collections such as The Whitney Museum of American Art. Her publications have appeared in The New Yorker, as well as numerous texts. Herman’s review covers the exhibition and its accompanying website, which was recently featured at “IMPACT 10: Encuentro,” an international printmaking conference in Santander, Spain.

This project received funding from Grants and Research Funding Committee and a 2019 Summer Research/Creative Activity Grant from the Provost’s Office. The show, which featured a dozen global print artists, focused on humanity’s impact on culture and the planet.

Read the Review, here: https://www.sgcinternational.org/disrupting-our-disruption-recycling-our-indelible-mark-to-mine-a-wee-bit-of-hope/

This Review was also submiteed to Southeast Missouri State University’s Newswire using the text above, https://news.semo.edu/review-published-of-international-exhibition-curated-by-southeast-art-design-faculty/

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