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Monday, March 8, 2021
12:20 PM-2:00 PM
The Art and Art History Department presents a lecture by artist Jill Parisi-Phillips. This lecture will occur during Professor Jen Blazina's Screenprint 2 class.
Jill Parisi-Phillips is an avid hiker and traveler living and working in New York’s
Catskill Mountain/Shawangunk Ridge area. Her work has been exhibited
internationally, and is in various private and public collec-tions. Significant
achievements and awards granted to the artist include a New York Foundation
for the Arts Fellowship in Printmaking/Drawing/Artists’ Books in 2005 and
completion of public art commis-sions for New York City’s Metropolitan
Transportation Authority’s Arts for Transit program in 2012, and for DC
Government Services in 2016. Over the past decade, Parisi’s work has been
selected for several International Print Center New York’s New Prints
exhibitions; the Main Exhibition of the Krakow Printmaking Triennials 2012 and
2015; the International Print Network’s Graphically Extended exhibi-tion in
This virtual event is open to the Drexel community.
This event will be held online via Zoom. Please contact Michelle Macinsky at MLM549@drexel.edu if you would like to attend.