Lessons in Intaglio: The Legacy of Printmaking at University of Iowa
A student-curated exhibition featuring 27 works on paper from the University of Iowa Print School program. The prints were donated to the college by Professor Fred Hagstrom, and the exhibition was curated by student workers Esme Graham ’22, Lea Winston ’22, Phoebe Pugh ’22, Kamala GhaneaBassiri ’22, and Arianna Lone ’24, with special thanks to Sophie Rogers ’21, and under the supervision of Sara Cluggish, Mary Hulings Rice Director and Curator of the Perlman Teaching Museum.
Lessons in Intaglio is a cross campus display on view in both the Weitz Center for Creativity and Gould Library
from Gould Library