Highpoint is very pleased to announce the recipients of its fifteenth Jerome Emerging Printmakers Residency for 2017-2018: Bianca Pettis, Jonathan Herrera, and Mike Marks. Beginning in September, these artists will receive nine months of access to Highpoint’s fully-equipped printshop as well as technical support, critiques with arts professionals, a stipend for supplies and the opportunity to work in a collaborative workshop environment that encourages experimentation and growth. The program will conclude with a group exhibition in May 2018 featuring work created by the artists during their residency.
Do you know a high school student who would be interested in an intensive after school studio printmaking program? Please encourage them to apply to the Access/Print Project.
Highpoint Center for Printmaking offers community access to a fine art printmaking shop making available complete facilities to a diverse community of users. By offering the Highpoint Co-op Membership, members have access to a state-of-the-art printmaking studio and a chance to interact with other artists.
Access to the studio is also available through the Jerome Emerging Printmakers Residency. Created in spring 2003 with a generous grant from the Jerome Foundation, this residency exists to provide a venue for selected emerging artists to further their exploration of the printmaking arts.
Further information on community access to Highpoint’s studio is available on this site or call us at 612.871.1326 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Highpoint Center for Printmaking provides equal opportunity and access to its facilities and programs to all individuals regardless of race, national origin, color, gender, age, beliefs, sexual orientation or disability in admission, access or employment. Upon request, accommodation will be provided to allow individuals with disabilities to participate in all Highpoint services, programs and activities.
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