The NAU Art Museum opens the sixth biennial juried print exhibition Sept. 18. The exhibit runs through Nov. 17.
There will be a reception at the museum from 5–7 p.m. Sept. 20.
“This exhibition showcases traditional printmaking media as well as works that employ new and hybridized techniques,” said George Speer, director of the museum. “We also have works on paper that challenge accepted norms of scale and blur the distinction between two and three dimensions.”
The exhibition is juried by Ian Ruffino, senior lecturer at The Ohio State University, and includes 29 artists with 43 pieces of work.
The NAU Art Museum is open from noon 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and closed all university holidays. This event is free and open to the public with a suggested $2 per person donation. The museum is located on the Northern Arizona University Flagstaff Campus in the historic Old Main building.
For parking before 4:30 p.m., parking is available in the designated stalls in P4 and anywhere in P3 with a free guest parking pass available from the museum staff. Evening or day parking permits can be obtained at kiosks on the Riordan Ranch Rd. or San Francisco St. entrance to campus, or online at nau.edu/parking.
For information, visit nau.edu/artmuseum or call (928) 523-3471