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Pressing Issues: Printmaking as Social Justice in 1930s United States

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Course Description/Meeting Summary:

This professional development workshop is inspired by the exhibit Pressing Issues: Printmaking as Social Justice in the 1930s United States. The exhibit features artists from the Works Progress Administration and includes approximately 40 works organized into themes of labor unrest, discrimination, and violence. Teachers who attend will be given a guided tour of Pressing Issues and walk through a monotype printmaking activity inspired by the exhibit's artists. All materials will be provided along with complimentary refreshments.

  • In-Service Points: 3
  • Component Number: 1000002

Meeting Locations and Times:

SEE DESCRIPTION, SEE DESCRIPTION on March 29th, 2023, 4:30PM - 7:00PM
See Description, ., FL 00000

Contact Information:

Christy Garton
christy.garton@ocps.net
407-317-3200 Ext. 2002792

Full Description/Meeting Details:

This professional development workshop is inspired by the exhibit Pressing Issues: Printmaking as Social Justice in the 1930s United States. The exhibit features artists from the Works Progress Administration and includes approximately 40 works organized into themes of labor unrest, discrimination, and violence. 

Teachers who attend will be given a guided tour of Pressing Issues and walk through a monotype printmaking activity inspired by the exhibit's artists. All materials will be provided along with complimentary refreshments. 

Rollins Museum of Art

1000 Holt Ave. 2765

Winter Park, FL 32789

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