Jerome Residency 2008–2009
Emily Hoisington, Daniel Luedtke, & Anna Tsantir
Free reception & meet-the-artist event: Friday February 6 from 6:30–9:00 PM
On view: February 6–28, 2009
Residency runs: August 2008–February, 2009
Join Highpoint as we mark the conclusion of the 2008–2009 Jerome Emerging Printmakers’ Residency. This sixth year of funding from the Jerome Foundation provided artists Emily Hoisington, Daniel Luedtke and Anna Tsantir with access to Highpoint’s printmaking facilities as well as technical support, critiques with area artists and art professionals and the chance to work in a studio environment that encourages experimentation and growth. Their new prints, created during the residency, are featured in this exhibition.
The show opens with a free reception on Friday, February 6th from 6:30–9 PM. Refreshments will be served and the artists will be present to answer questions about their works on display. The Jerome Residency was established in 2003 with generous funding from St. Paul-based Jerome Foundation. It is open to emerging Minnesota printmakers who show significant potential yet have not received a commensurate amount of professional accomplishment or recognition in the field.
Residents are selected on the basis of their dedication, interest and potential in printmaking and the artistic merit of their work. Further information about the artists and their prints follows below. Special thanks to this year’s panel of jurors: Ken Bloom, Director, Tweed Museum of Art; Sally Johnson, Director, Groveland Gallery; and Carolyn Swiszcz, Artist.