Tuesday, April 28, 2015, 1:00 p.m.2:00 p.m.
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Auditorium 150

Susan Lowdermilk’s books and prints explore the idea that familiar things—whether personal or sentimental, fragmented or whole—are memory triggers and place holders, reflecting our lives and culture, representing pieces of our individual stories.

Lowdermilk has been creating artist books, woodcuts, wood engravings, and etchings for over twenty years. She teaches courses in printmaking, artist books, and graphic design at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon.

Her books appear in numerous public collections including those of the University of Oregon Special Collections, the Getty Museum, the Library of Congress, and the New York Public Library. She is represented in galleries throughout the United States.

Lowdermilk earned her MFA from the University of Oregon and her BFA from Colorado State University.

This lecture is sponsored by the Fine Arts Department and the Alice Fjelstul Visiting Artist Program.