Organized by the Department of Art at California State University, Sacramento, the 2015 Art History Symposium, "Cross-Cultural Connections in Printmaking," intersects with a concurrent exhibition in the University Library Gallery, "The Land and the People: Contemporary Korean Prints" (Feb. 6-May 17, 2014). From the past to the present, printmaking has linked multiple cultures and regions, resulting in a fruitful exchange of ideas, motifs, and styles. Often these exchanges have inspired artists to explore new or innovative printmaking techniques. We welcome proposals for 20-minute lectures that address the various ways in which cross-cultural connections have impacted printmaking. Papers may be on printmaking from any era or region.
Please send (1) a 300-word proposal; (2) a condensed c.v. (one page, including full contact information); and (3) a short biographical statement (one paragraph) as e-mail attachments to email@example.com. Deadline: February 3, 2014.
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