Artists-in-residence will work within the newly redesigned Taylor Family Gallery to design and implement engagement activities that inspire creativity and dialogue within diverse communities. During their residencies, the artists will create on-site, be available to the public to interact with, and help teach visitors about their art practice.

C. Matthew Luther will be building a Mobile Printmaking Cart during his residency. The Cart will be a self-contained, modular unit with the ability to print silkscreen and woodcut prints. It will be able to be moved manually, but also attached to a bicycle!

You’ll be able to watch him work and even help, engage in conversation about printmaking, and get hands-on during various printmaking workshops he will be teaching.

Luther will be at the museum every Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., and Sunday, 12 noon – 4 p.m., starting February 18 through April 15.

He will also be out in the community on:

Stay tuned for his workshop dates at the museum!

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