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Lasting Impressions: Print Technique and Process

THE COLLEGE OF WOOSTER ART MUSEUM (CWAM)
Sussel Gallery

This student-curated exhibition takes as its subject the role of process in the creation of prints. Featuring over 40 prints selected from the permanent collection, the exhibition focuses on a range of printing technologies in use between the Renaissance and the present day, including engraving, etching, woodcut, wood engraving, drypoint, mezzotint, lithography, and silkscreen. 44 more words

Art History

Wearable Tech

Outside the world of academia, one of my strongest passions is textiles. I adore all kinds of textiles and the skills involved in producing them. In my free time I knit, crochet, spin yarn, sew, cross stitch, embroider, etc. 246 more words

Exhibit Design

Daring to Design

This blog has been on a bit of a hiatus between my last post and now. This is essentially due to the switching over of semesters. 167 more words

Exhibit Design

North American Int'l Auto Show Roundup

We took the opportunity to visit the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan a couple of weeks ago. And I thought I’d share with you some of the things we found interesting there. 705 more words

Retail Design

AGAM Design of the Week: Verizon

With the AGAM System, design possibilities are infinite. So, to help with creative inspiration, AGAM wanted to stoplight some of our favorite designs to help you visualize what is possible with our system. 364 more words

AGAM

Exhibiting Culture: What Constitutes a Good Museum Exhibit Design?

In order to begin defining what constitutes a good museum exhibit design, I would first have to touch upon the role it plays within an organization. 470 more words

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Lost Laurel

When you spend long hours designing logos, brand identities, websites, and collateral for clients, the thought of taking on a personal design project may seem daunting–especially if it means publishing a book. 880 more words