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AIR: Artists Image Resource
518 Foreland St, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212
AIR's annual PRINTWORK exhibition is a national juried show presenting the best of contemporary printmaking visible to a large audience in the Pittsburgh region.
Cash awards and an exhibition opportunity will be presented.
Cash awards will be decided and announced by the juror during the opening reception on Dec. 8, 2017. AIR Director Robert Beckman and the AIR Board of Directors will choose one artist for an exhibition opportunity.
About the Juror:
Joseph Lupo received his BFA from Bradley University and his MFA from the University of Georgia. His work has been a part of over 80 different solo and group exhibitions and has been featured at the International Print Center of New York, The Contemporary Art Workshop in Chicago, the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, the Indianapolis Art Center, and The Contemporary Art Center in Atlanta. Joseph’s work is included in various permanent collections including the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Duke University, the Denver Art Museum, the Museum of Texas Tech University, and the Spencer Museum of Art. Joseph served on the Executive Board of SGC International from 2006-2012, and served as the president from 2008-2010. He has received multiple awards and grants for his work as an academic including the “Honorary Member of the Council” award from SGCI (2014), “BIG XII Faculty Fellowship” (2013), “WVU Senate Research Grant” (2008 and 2009), “Excellence in Teaching” (2015), “Excellence in Service” (2014), and “Excellence in Research” (2013) awards from the WVU College of Creative Arts. To see more about Joseph Lupo and his work visit: josephlupo.com
About Artists Image Resource:
Artists Image Resource (AIR) has been supporting engaging and challenging work through its on-going programming since 1996. AIR is an artist run, non-profit printmaking studio located in an urban neighborhood on the Northside of Pittsburgh, PA. The studio serves as a broad-based print and imaging resource whose purpose is to integrate the creation of fine art printwork with innovative educational programs that explore the creative process.