The Print Center Embraced Photography

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The 1960s and 1970s was a time of transition in American art. Artists clamored for change, crossing boundaries previously drawn between art and popular culture. Photography played an active role in this period as artists who were not photographers, used … Read More

Jane Landis, Acting Director

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Jane Landis began working at The Print Center in May of 1984 as Assistant to the Director. In January of 1986, she became Acting Director when Ofelia Garcia departed for the Atlanta College of Art. She remained Acting Director until … Read More

Color Motion: Edna Andrade Prints

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September 14 – November 17, 2012 Noted Philadelphia artist Edna Andrade (1917-2008) is best known for her hard-edged Op Art abstractions. This retrospective exhibition was the first dedicated to her printed works and brought together over two dozen prints created in … Read More

Ford Foundation Funds Building Expansion

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The Ford Foundation provided support for a building expansion which enclosed most of the original garden, expanded the facility on the first floor and provided an second exhibition gallery on the second floor.

Anne Schuster Hunter: Our Sixth Director

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Anne Schuster Hunter directed The Print Center from 1987 to 1989. During her tenure she focused on returning The Print Center to its historical position as an organization encouraging printmaking and photography in all forms as exciting, adventurous, contemporary media. She and … Read More

Brandywine Workshop, Lois Johnson

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The Brandywine Workshop was founded in 1972 by Philadelphia artist Allan Edmunds, in a space that was originally a Prints in Progress workshop. Since that time, the Brandywine Workshop has become an internationally recognized center for printmaking, in particular for … Read More

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