Posting Date: May 2, 2011

KSU art students participate in Print Big!
Event hosted by Atlanta Printmakers Studio


For the second consecutive year, Kennesaw State University students from Associate Professor Valerie Dibble's printmaking course participated in Print Big!, a printmaking community collaborative event on April 30, 2011.

The event, hosted by Atlanta Printmakers Studio, featured 12 groups from various colleges, universities and community organizations around Georgia. In conjunction with Arbor Day, the theme of the event was about trees and enviornmental issues.

KSU students (from left) Rich Searle, Megan Heiling, Associate Professor Valerie Dibble, Christopher Neuenschwander and Brent Barton prepare their woodblock for the event, which involved the use of a steamroller.

 

 

 

 

Photos courtesy of Valerie Dibble 

 

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