Founded by Allan Edmunds in Philadelphia in 1972, the Brandywine Workshop and Archives provides a fertile environment for artists from diverse backgrounds to create cutting-edge prints. Reflecting on 50 years of artist residencies, educational outreach, and community building, Edmunds will discuss highlights from Brandywine’s history and share goals for new projects ahead.
A related exhibition, Prints from the Brandywine Workshop and Archives: Creative Communities, is on view at the Harvard Art Museums from March 4 through July 31, 2022.
Allan Edmunds, artist, educator, and founder, Brandywine Workshop and Archives
Elizabeth Rudy, Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Curator of Prints, Division of European and American Art
Sarah Kianovsky, Curator of the Collection, Division of Modern and Contemporary Art
This talk is part of a series inspired by ReFrame, a museum-wide initiative to reimagine the function, role, and future of the university art museum. These talks examine difficult histories, foreground untold stories, and experiment with new approaches to the collections of the Harvard Art Museums, reflecting the concerns of our world today.
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