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Feb 18 - Feb 22, All Day
Harder Hall
Lecture or Speaker

Artist In Residence Nathan Meltz

Nathan Meltz Exhibit

Nathan Meltz uses collage, printmaking, animation, and performance to comment on the infiltration of technology into every facet of life, from politics and food, to family and war. His solo exhibitions include Southern Illinois University’s Vergette Gallery, GRIDSPACE (NYC), the University of Florida – Jacksonville’s Andrew Brest Gallery, and Noise Gallery (OH). His international exhibitions include the International Print Center New York, the Trois-Rivières International Printmaking Biennial, Canada, the Museum of Modern Art in Rio De Janiero, Brazil, and more. His art has been featured in publications including Art in Print, Printeresting and the Mid America Print Council Journal. His recent series “Strangling the Fascist Viper” has received juror awards from the Louisiana International Printmaking Exhibition and the Political Impressions exhibition at the Rochester Institute of Technology, the Printworks Award from Artists Image Resource, Pittsburgh PA, and the Prix de Print award from Art in Print Magazine.

Meltz is a Lecturer in the Department of the Arts at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, and is the founder and curator of the East Coast Screenprint Biennial.

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Experimental Projects Residency is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Sponsored by: NYSCA and The Institute for Electronic Arts

Venue

Harder Hall

Harder Hall

This sprawling multi-million-dollar fine arts building provides space for Freshman Foundations, as well as shared studio space for sophomores, juniors and seniors working in ceramics, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, graphic design, and video. At its core is a massive kiln room with 29 electric and gas kilns.

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