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January


Jan 27, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Jan 28, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Jan 29, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

 

February


Feb 1, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 2, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 3, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 4, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 5, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 8, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 9, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 10, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 11, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 12, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 15, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 16, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 17, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 18, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

Feb 19, 2021

9:00 AM

Red Press Collaborative Exhibition
Foster Art Gallerty

The Red Press Collaborative program serves to promote Fine Art Printmaking at Youngstown State University and throughout the region.  Conceived in the Fall of 2009 by Joseph D’Uva, Associate Professor of Art in Printmaking, an artist is selected for the annual program to create a limited edition fine art print, as well as to present their techniques and creative work to our students and community.  The program provides students an experience of working in the tradition of collaboration between master printer and artist as practiced in a professional print atelier.  Under the direction of Professor D’Uva, students work closely with the artist while utilizing the most contemporary and comprehensive printmaking concepts and techniques available.  Such methods include: Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screenprint, and Digital Printing.  Through each collaboration relationships are formed between the artists and participating students.  In their role as print assistants, they learn specific techniques from our guest artist and play an integral role toward the outcome of the final works.  The final edition of prints are split between artist and RPC and made available to the public via donation of $125.00.  Each print from the edition is signed, numbered, and fully documented.  All contributions go directly to the funding of various events within the printmaking program, including study abroad, student excursions to printmaking conferences and exhibitions, the purchase of innovative tools/equipment, and the annual print collaboration itself.

This year donating $125 to the RPC will entitle the donor to a print of their choice from this collection and support our Summer Study Abroad Program in Scotland.  During the month of July, students create artwork at the world renowned Glasgow Print Studio and tour the country—visiting historic sites, viewing traditional contemporary art and architecture, and exploring the Scottish Highlands.  We are hopeful to resume this program in the summer of 2022.

Exhibiting Artists:

Janet Ballweg

Michael Barnes

Charles Beneke

Nicole Hand

Matthew Hopson-Walker

Anita Jung

Sarah Marshall

Sean P. Morrissey

Kristin Powers-Nowlin

Humberto Saenz

Susanne Slavick

This event is open to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday. For more information on this exhibit contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu.

 

March


Mar 17, 2021

7:00 PM

Ireland with Michael
Virtual

We are approaching the time of year to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day and all things Irish! While there may not be a parade to go to this spring, you can still celebrate from the comfort of your home with one of Ireland’s leading voices, Michael Londra.

This is a wonderful Celtic show from the National Opera House in Wexford, Ireland. The never before seen show is taped in front of a live audience of 750 people featuring the Irish Concert Orchestra, 2 choirs, singers and musicians from all over Ireland, joining renowned Irish singer Michael Londra in a celebration of Irish culture, heritage and music for Saint Patrick’s season. The show also steps out into the Irish villages and countryside to meet local traditional singers, dancers and musicians. Michael heads to Dublin and Belfast for performances, he travels to the Kennedy Homestead, the family farm of the Kennedy family to discuss JFK’s legacy in Ireland and sings of his connection to the family. Michael’s friend, New York Times best selling author Eoin Colfer (Artemis Fowl) hosts him at Hook Head lighthouse, the oldest operating lighthouse in the world to talk of the country’s history.

Michael shares his own connection to songs and stories of his home county, his love of traditional music with world champion Irish dancers , a duet with West End star Zoe Rainey, the gorgeous 10 piece Harpist group Cláirsí Neamhaí with local fiddlers, pipers playing jigs and reels that are perfect to celebrate Irish heritage.

As host of Ireland with Michael, the new travel and music series coming to PBS in spring 2021 and author of a travel book by the same name, the Emmy® nominated Irish tenor is an expert on all things Celtic. He invites the audience not only to his live show but to scenes in his home country with guest singers, Irish dancers and storytellers throughout the show, filmed in local castles and pubs.

The show promises to fill you with pride in your heritage if you are Irish and if not, sure you can be Irish for one day.

TO ORDER TICKETS

www.westminster.edu/celebrity

$25 - Link to watch the concert

$35 - Link to watch the concert, Souvenir DVD mailed to customer

$50 - Link to watch the concert, Souvenir DVD, Private Meet and Greet Zoom Call with Artist

For more information, contact Connie McGinnis, Director of Celebrity Series, at mcginncl@westminster.edu or 724-946-7371.

 

September


Sep 18, 2021

7:30 PM

"I Am, He Said" A Celebration of the Music of Neil Diamond
Orr Auditorium
Starring Matt Vee, nephew of 60s Pop-Star Bobby Vee
Join Matt, Jeff, and Tommy Vee, nephew and sons of the legendary Bobby Vee, for a celebration of the music of Neil Diamond with songs like “Cracklin’ Rosie,” “Song Sung Blue,” and “Sweet Caroline,” and more!
 
For more information, contact Connie McGinnis, Director of Celebrity Series, at mcginncl@westminster.edu or 724-946-7371.
 
"I Am, He Said" A Celebration of the Music of Neil Diamond was previously scheduled for April 4. Please hold on to your original ticket, which will be honored for entry to the show on the new date.

 

April


Apr 26, 2022

7:30 PM

Michael Bolton: 50th Anniversary of Greatest Hits
Orr Auditorium

50th Anniversary of Greatest Hits
Multiple Grammy award winner singer, songwriter Michael Bolton brings his Symphony Series Tour to Westminster College.  Known for classics such as “How Am I Supposed To Live Without You,” “When A Man Loves A Woman,” “Georgia On My Mind,” “Said I Loved You...But I Lied “ and so many more! 


SPONSORED BY HUNTINGTON, Celebrity Series STAR Sponsor    
VIDEO LINKhttps://michaelbolton.com/#gallery
For more information, contact Connie McGinnis, Director of Celebrity Series, at mcginncl@westminster.edu or 724-946-7371.

The Michael Bolton concert was previously scheduled for April 29, 2020. Tickets with the original April 29, 2020 date will be honored at this show.