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click to enlarge Burned Boy, Jonathon Linaberry, woodcut on found object, 2008
  • Burned Boy, Jonathon Linaberry, woodcut on found object, 2008

This month at the Arts Society of Kingston gallery, ASK hosts “21st Century Perspectives,” an exhibition showcasing the work of students in the bachelor and graduate printmaking program at SUNY New Paltz. Curated by master printmakers Ro Calhoun and Dylan McManus, the show highlights the cutting-edge work being done by students in the printmaking studio, who combine traditional techniques with new media and multimedia practices to push the boundaries of what might be considered a print, blurring the lines between printmaking, sculpture, installation, and painting.
“21st Century Perspectives” will be exhibited at the Arts Society of Kingston, 97 Broadway, in Kingston, January 3 to January 31. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, January 3, from 5 to 8pm. (845) 338-0331;

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  • An exhibition of prints by SUNY New Paltz students at the Arts Society of Kingston this month.


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