Printmakers at USD for Annual Frogman's Print Workshops

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Printmakers from around the country are at the University of South Dakota to take part in the annual Frogman's Print Workshops. If you’re in the Vermillion area the night of July 9, artists will be exhibiting open portfolios at the Muenster University Center on the USD campus at 7pm.

The works pictured here are from the Frogman's Faculty Exhibition at the John A. Day Gallery in the Warren M. Lee Center for the Fine Arts.   

Frogman's Print and Paper Workshops are a July tradition at USD. The workshops, taught by professional printmakers in a wide variety of techniques, host printmakers from around the nation.

In addition to workshops, gallery shows are held at Frogman's Press & Gallery, Nuance Gallery, The Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science, The Coffee Shop Gallery, W. H. Over Museum, Gallery 110 and The John A. Day Gallery in the Warren M. Lee Center for the Fine Arts.

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angelbirdyujihiratsuka.JPG"Angel Bird" by Yuji Hiratsuka

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