In the 1970s, when Liz Ingram joined her colleagues Walter Jule and Lyndal Osborne to develop the University of Alberta’s printmaking program, its success was far from a sure thing. Today, Ingram and her colleagues appear to have proven skeptics wrong. Under their guidance, the now internationally renowned program has become a magnet for aspiring printmakers. Story by Michael Hingston. Photos by John Ulan.
Alumna Heather Logan (BA '09) who now works at the Institute for Reconstructive Sciences in Medicine uses computer modelling to change the way you go under the knife. The story includes an interview with Robert Lederer from the Department of Art and Design.
Betsy Boone was selected from a national applicant pool as an NEH Summer Scholar to attend one of this year’s 23 seminars and institutes supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities.