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OPENING OF EXCAVATED: LITHOGRAPHS BY 16 STUDENT ARTISTS

April 6, 2016

Albuquerque, NM – EXCAVATED showcases lithographs created by 16 student artists who are currently working at Tamarind Institute. The exhibition will be in the Tamarind Gallery May 6 through May 12, and works will be available for purchase. Tamarind invites the public to an opening reception on Friday, May 6 from 6-8 pm. The Tamarind Gallery is open to the public Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.

After a full semester dedicated to perfecting their technique, Tamarind students become “master printers” as they collaborate with art students in UNM’s Department of Art and Art History. A selection of the resulting lithographs created during the program or before, will be on exhibition for five days in the Tamarind Gallery. Tamarind printers include Mark Williams, Ash Armenta, Eric Euler, Thomas Cert, Carlie Salomans, Jordan Welsh, Michael De La Cruz, and Shasta Blackford. University of New Mexico artists include Ed Brandt, Hollis Moore, Kacie Smith, Marcie Brewer, Molly Zimmer, Ben Lenetsky, Bianca Ferreira, and Erin Fussell.