A black and white print of a very fancily dressed European man wearing a ruffled collar and patterned clothing. He has a mustache and is smiling while dramatically holding up a large piece of cloth that is blowing in the wind.

Thursday, March 7, 2-4pm at the CU Art Museum

Join printmaker Gregory Santos and curator Hope Saska at the CU Art Museum for a two-part program that uncovers the history, materials and techniques used by expert printmakers from the Renaissance to today. Santos and Saska will guide participants through the CU Art Museum's collection of fine art prints, providing a behind-the-scenes look at artwork that is rarely exhibited. 

Session 1: March 7. In this session we will learn about printmaking from early traditions to the 1700s. Artists include: Ugo da Carpi, Giovanni Castiglione, Albrecht Durer, Hendrick Goltzius, William Hogarth and Giovanni Battista Piranesi.

This event is free and registration is limited to 16. Click here to register to attend this program.