MATRIX Press & The Printmaking Process: An Artist Talk with Professor James Bailey at Radius Gallery
Join us for an evening of MATRIX Press &The Printmaking Process on Thursday, October 19 at 5:00 pm! Matrix Press founder James Bailey will talk about the artists, artworks, and printmaking process at the University of Montana’s widely renowned fine art printing press.
MATRIX Press was founded in 1998 by Professor of Art James Bailey here at UM. Its purpose is to develop and promote printmaking and fine art prints while supporting the artists. MATRIX Press brings in nationally and internationally known artists to UM to share knowledge and produce limited edition prints in collaboration with students and faculty.
This talk will focus on the nine artists featured in INDIGENOUS: Selections from MATRIX Press, currently on display at Radius through October 26.
Ka’ila Farrell-Smith (Klamath Modoc), Corwin Clairmont (Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes), Marwin Begaye (Navajo/Diné), Neal Ambrose-Smith (Flathead Salish, Metis and Cree, Decendent of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Nation), Lillian Pitt (Wasco, Yakam, Warm Springs), Duane Slick (Meskwaki), Molly Murphy-Adams (Oglala, Lakota), Joe Feddersen (Okanogan and Lakes from Penticton, Canada, The Confederated Tribes Of The Colville), Jason Clark (Algonquin)
We hope you can join us for this insightful artist talk!
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