It blows my mind that this summer I will have been with Graphicstudio for over a year already. I remember when I first started as the marketing intern in May 2018 under the sales and marketing director, Kristin Soderqvist. I was completing course credit and had been connected with Graphicstudio through CAM. During the search […]Read more "My Year at Graphicstudio, guest post by Alexa Nuñez"
The Life of the Performer Behind the Scenes: Hernan Bas’s They Can Bring the Curtain Down as a Metaphor for the Performance of Sexuality Hernan Bas. From They Can Bring the Curtain Down, 2010. direct gravure, 8 images in a paper folio. 21 x 17-1/2 inches, edition of 25. Hernan Bas, an artist from Miami […]Read more "The Life of the Performer Behind the Scenes: Guest Post by Natalie Bohin"
We are sad to learn of Burt Barr’s passing on November 7, 2016. Burt was a friend to Graphicstudio and a talented artist. His collaborations extended his artistic practice into printmaking in a way that is emblematic of the mission of Graphicstudio. Double Feature, 2000. photolithograph, 53 1/2 x 38 3/4 inches. Edition of 45 […]Read more "Burt Barr"
My experience at Graphicstudio was amazing. Everyone welcomed me with open arms and I learned something new every day. Not only did I have the opportunity to meet a few artists and learn under professional printers, but I was given the liberty to work on a personal project of my own. I spent my first […]Read more "Madeline Arrendale’s Graphicstudio Internship"
Interning at Graphicstudio was a very positive and fulfilling experience. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I was accepted into the program; I did not know how I would be of any help in a printmaking studio without any relevant prior experience. Aside from a brief tour in a class a few years prior, […]Read more "Internship Reflection by Emily Rogers"
Header image: Robert Mapplethorpe, Tampa Orchid, 1986. Photogravure and screenprint with aluminum glitter appliqué. 21 1/2 x 35 1/4 inches. Edition of 60. Robert Mapplethorpe is the subject of much renewed interest as the J. Paul Getty Museum and LACMA present complementary exhibitions which form Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium. This retrospective in two parts […]Read more "Robert Mapplethorpe at Graphicstudio"
Overlooking Old Havana. Photo by Huy Nguyen During the winter of 2015, The University of South Florida along with the Holcombe family cooperated to fund an academic trip to Cuba. All 15 of the USF Holcombe scholarship recipients, including me, signed up to go. Our purpose was to learn about the culture, academics, and lifestyle […]Read more "An Intern’s Trip to Cuba"