Early printmaking techniques are on display at the Lowe Art Museum – an exhibit that was put together by seven undergrad students at UM.
It’s all part of a collaborative program called ArtLab@The Lowe where every spring, students create an exhibition that will be displayed at the museum for a year.
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Some of the works include an engraving of King Louis XIV circa the mid-1600’s and a self portrait of Thomas Frye dated 1760-1762.
The exhibit runs through April 25, 2010.