Print by Juergen Strunck
UTSA to host workshop, lecture by renowned printmaker Juergen Strunck
(Sept. 14, 2004)--The UTSA Department of Art and Art History hosts renowned printmaker Juergen Strunck for a Sept. 22 workshop and a Sept. 23 lecture at the 1604 Campus. Both events are free and open to public.
Strunck, a University of Dallas professor of printmaking, will demonstrate printing techniques from 9 to 11 a.m., Sept. 22 in Arts Building Room 2.01.12 at the 1604 Campus.
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He will discuss the 18th University of Dallas National Print Invitational at 5 p.m., Sept. 23 in the Arts Building gallery. Strunck and his students organize the event each year.
"For years, Juergen Strunck has produced meticulously crafted, vibrant works on paper that never fail to provide a visual feast," said Kent Rush, UTSA professor of art. "He has maintained an extraordinarily focused drive to create a vast body of work that is as spiritually engaging as it is formally and visually compelling."
A frequent workshop presenter, lecturer, panelist and juror, Strunck has taught at the University of Dallas since 1968. He is well known for developing special printing techniques and has influenced several generations of printmakers in Texas and abroad.
His works have been published and collected throughout the United States, Brazil and Europe.
For more information, contact Kent Rush at 210-458-4352.