Video: Prof. Berel Lutsky explains ‘Really Big Prints’ and a street roller demonstration

In conjunction with a showcase selection of “Really Big Prints” now on display at UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center for the Performing Arts is a street roller demonstration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 (Weidner Center, rear canopy). Free and open to the public! In this video, Art Prof. Berel Lutzky explains the concept behind the prints, the new show and why a street roller is needed to transfer ink to paper.

Really Big Prints is a collaboration between art professors at three colleges and universities. It is planned and organized by Prof. Berel Lutsky (Art, UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus), Assistant Prof. Katie Ries (Art, St. Norbert College) Associate Prof. Benjamin D. Rinehart (Art, Lawrence University, Wriston Art Center). The Really Big Prints team received the UW Colleges Chancellor’s Friends and Advocates Award in 2017.

Really Big Prints will be returning to the Manitowoc Campus, July 8-11, 2020. Applications open at the start of October 2019. There will also be a summer course offered on the Manitwooc Campus, Art 470-Oversize Relief Printing.

More information about Really Big Prints can be found on its website: http://reallybigprints.org, or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/reallybigprints/. For any questions or concerns, please contact Prof. Berel Lutsky at 920-435-4735, or lutskyb@uwgb.edu.