Two things. First, if you haven’t been to the BMA’s Print by Print exhibit, you should go. It’s a chance to see richly detailed, five hundred year old woodcut illustrations by Albrecht Durer as well as prints by the likes of Marcel Duchamp and Pablo Picasso.
Secondly, there will be an artist talk at the museum this Saturday at 2 p.m. with printmakers Daniel Heyman and Andrew Raftery, both featured in the exhibition. Heyman created a series of portraits of Abu Ghraib prisoners. Raftery’s work revolves around the peculiar ritual that is the sale of a home.
The talk will be moderated by master printer Brian Garner. Museum visitors are encourage to pose their own questions to the arts via the BMA’s Facebook page. Admission to both the exhibition and the talk is free.
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