This is four of five posts in the series My Stint in Packer Country.
Though more popularly known for its sacred football landmarks, Green Bay happens to be situated in proximity to a number of gems in the realm of printmaking. I embarked on a few excursions to these sites with students both in the fall and spring semester.
Tour and printing demo at Hamilton Woodtype & Printing Museum in Two Rivers, WI.
The UW-Green Bay Curator of Art, Dr. Stephen Perkins, shared his robust collection of prints with printmaking students this winter.
Touring the UW-Madison print studios was like a walk through printmaking stardom.
At Tandem Press we marveled at the massive press, immaculately clean studio, and stellar print collection.