Judy Pfaff at College Park – Lecture and Printmaking Symposium Thursday, October 22

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The Department of Art, The Art Gallery and the College of Arts and Humanities present installation artist Judy Pfaff, in tandem with Limited Edition, a printmaking symposium.

Department of Art Artist in Residence Public Lecture: Judy Pfaff
Thursday, October 22nd 5.00 PM
Room 2309 in the Art Sociology Building

Judy Pfaff will speak on her inspirations and approach to her art work. This lectures is free and open to the public. Seating is limited and offered on a first-come-first-served basis. For more information, contact the Department of Art at 301-405-7790 or email:

Opening Reception: Friday, October 23rd 5:30-8PM
The Art Gallery in the Art Sociology Building
The Art Gallery presents Unlimited Impressions, an exhibition with Judy Pfaff, Karen Kunc, and Brian Shure.
The exhibition will run from October 23 to December 19, 2009.

Friday October 23rd and Saturday October 24th
Limited Edition is an invitational printmaking symposium presented by the Department of Art at the University of Maryland-College Park. The event scheduled for October 23rd and 24th, 2009 will feature color woodcut and chine colle demonstrations by Karen Kunc and Brian Shure. The symposium will consist of a small group of participants that will include professionals, educators and students. Our focus is to introduce our recently renovated print facility and program to the mid-Atlantic region, while offering a personal insight to the research of world-renowned artists. Website:

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