Sustain, Innovate, Transform
Exhibition Dates: September 23-November 5th
Opening Reception: September 30th, 6 - 9 pm
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm
Featured Artists from PPG:
Crystal Armagost, Michelle Browne, Doug Eberhardt, Arron Foster, Abigail Franzen-Sheehan, Leslie Golomb, Robert Howsare, Tressa Jones, Elzbieta Kazmierczak, Joseph Lupo, Tom Norulak, Rachel Rearick, Aaron Regal, Jennifer Rockage McGhee, Ann Rosenthal, Marc Snyder, Tresa Varner
Featured Artists associated with the Morgan:
Tom Balbo, Alicia Bailey, Karen Beckwith, Patricia Brett, Meryl Engler, Leigh Garcia, Brittany Gorelick, Jose Luis Gutierrez, Yuko Kimura, Selene Lamarca, Jun Lee, Susan Lowe, Grace McConnell, Pam McKee, Nicole Malcolm, Michaelle Marschall, Liz Maugins, Allie Morris, Maritza Mosquera, Steven Muñoz, Wendy Partridge, Tana Pierro, Alan Pocaro, Noelle Richards, Lisa Schonberg, CHema Skandal!, Tony Skinner, Celeste Stauber, Erik Waterkotte, Maria Welch, Paula Zinsmeister
Sustain, Innovate, Transform is a project of the Morgan Conservatory and the Pittsburgh Print Group. Features artwork incorporating paper made by hand at the Morgan Conservatory and reflecting the Morgan Conservatory’s mission of integrating sustainable practices with papermaking, book arts, and printmaking. The exhibition will be open to the public and open during the 2022 Mid America Print Council Biennial Conference (October 13-16). The Morgan will be having a Field Day in conjunction with CIA and Zygote Press on October 16th from 11 am-4 pm. This field day will invite conference attendees and the public to visit the exhibition and participate in takeaway demos at the Morgan.
The Pittsburgh Print Group (PPG) is an organization of artists who work in various approaches to fine art printmaking. Founded in 1972, PPG is dedicated to artistic excellence and the perpetuation of printmaking as an art form by providing its members with exhibition opportunities throughout the southwestern Pennsylvania region and the tri-state area.