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A Conversation with Evangeline Montgomery

Gina Rollins

Abstract


Each February, Parish Gallery, Georgetown features prints from the Brandywine Workshop. Now celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary, the Philadelphia-based Workshop in a nationally recognized non-profit printmaking center. Dedicated to cultural diversity, the Workshop has hosted 200 visiting African, Asian, African-American and Latino-descended artists over the years. At Brandywine, artists collaborate with a master printmaker and technician using offset lithography techniques combined with collage and serigraphy. In addition to its printmaking operations Brandywine Workshop also has significant community outreach and educational arms, brining artistic instruction and demonstration to Philadelphia high schools and neighborhoods throughout the city.

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Ijele: Art eJournal of the African World. ISSN: 1530-5686 (online).
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