Gallery Reception: Print Matters, Printing Matters (MAPC)

Ivy Tech Southern Indiana is proud to be a gallery participant in the Mid America Print Council (MAPC) Print Matters, Printing Matters showcasing the printmaking talents of Brian H. Jones, Susan Moffett, and John Whitesell.

Please join us for the opening reception on Saturday, October 8 from noon to 2:00 in the Pat Harrison Fine Arts + Design Gallery at Ivy Tech Southern Indiana. For more information about the conference or for a full lineup of galleries and workshops participating in the MAPC, please visit this link.

This exhibit will be on display from October 8 through November 11.

Forest VIII Ice Storm by Brian H. Jones
Forest VIII Ice Storm by Brian H. Jones

Brian H. Jones is Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts at Indiana University Southeast in New Albany, where he taught printmaking and drawing for 36 years. His work has been exhibited in over 35 solo exhibitions and in over 200 international, national, and regional exhibitions, receiving numerous awards at each level. Brian’s work is further represented in museum, university, and corporate collections.


Driftwood Beach by Susan Moffett
Driftwood Beach by Susan Moffett

Susan Moffett is a founding member of PYRO Gallery in Louisville, KY. She is also represented by Ro2 Art, in Dallas, Texas. Now Emeritus Professor of FIne Arts, Moffett was a member of the Fine Arts department at Indiana University Southeast for many years where she taught Printmaking and Drawing. In addition, Moffett has exhibited widely throughout the United States as well as abroad in Ireland, Poland and Australia. Her work is in numerous public and private collections. She grew up in Dallas, Texas and lives in southern Indiana with her husband Scott Borden and three dogs.


Yarrow by John Whitesell
Yarrow by John Whitesell

John Whitesell is Professor Emeritus From the University of Louisville and has exhibited his prints throughout the United States and internationally in over 150 exhibitions. He received an Indiana Artist Fellowship and a National Endowment grant. Images of his work have been published in several venues and on the web. Whitesell’s prints cam be found in numerous public collections including the Library of Congress, New York City Public Library, Milwaukee Art Museum to list a very few.



The 2016 conference, Print Matters, Printing Matters, is hosted by Indiana University Southeast and the University of Louisville, in collaboration with the Mid-America Print Council. The conference will include demonstrations, panel discussions, portfolio exchanges, exhibitions, Carmon Colangelo as the keynote speaker, and Deborah Maris Lader as the recipient of this year’s Outstanding Printmaker award.

In addition to activities on the campuses of Indiana University Southeast and University of Louisville, area galleries, museums, artist-run print studios, colleges, universities, and other cultural venues in and around Louisville, KY and southern Indiana will host conference events.

This project was supported by Indiana University’s New Frontiers in the Arts & Humanities Program.

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