Monday, April 2, 2012

Photo Gallery: Opening of Flying Horse exhibit at Mennello

Posted By on Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 1:17 PM

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On Friday, March 30th, Orlando's Mennello Museum of American Art held a reception to celebrate the opening of IMPRINT: 20 Years of Flying Horse Editions. The exhibit, which runs through August, celebrates the printmaking work of UCF's nationally-renowned fine art press.

During the reception, students led guests through hands-on demonstrations of a variety of printing techniques. See below for a selection of images from the evening, which was catered by Ruth's Chris.

You can find more information on the exhibit, and the upcoming printmaking workshops for adults, here.

Full disclosure: I got into the event for free because my wife is a museum staff member.

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