Elizabeth Klimek

Monday, August 18, 2008

Bio

 

Elizabeth Klimek  is an adjunct professor of printmaking at the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, DC, and teaches art appreciation at the College of Southern Nevada.  In the fall of 2009 she taught in Italy for the University of Georgia’s Cortona Program.  She received her BFA from West Virginia University and her MFA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  She is currently serving on the executive board of SGC International as newsletter/journal editor.

Klimek is a working artist living in Gaithersburg, MD, who shows her work nationally and internationally.  Her most recent exhibitions include:  Sanbao International Biennial Printmaking Exhibition 2011, Sanbao, China, the 2011 Atlanta Print Biennial, Atlanta, GA., and 2012 solo exhibition Interiors/Exteriors at the Sloan Fine Art Center at Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania. Her upcoming solo exhibition Façade will be at the University of Colorado – Boulder on view this fall.

 

 

 

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  1. Dear Elizabeth,

    Please let me know if you are interested in the exhibition and how I can send you information about it and the optional tour to China.

    I am pleased to inform you that the Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute, Jingdezhen, China, will once again sponsor the Sanbao International Biennial Printmaking Exhibition, Symposium, Workshop and Tour 2011, organized by Jiansheng (Jackson) Li, President of the Jindezhen Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute and Program Director of the China Ceramic Cultural Exchange. This is the third biennial print exhibition and symposium that the institute has hosted, and it is expected to be as successful and exciting as in years past. It will be held in May/June 2011.

    I am writing on behalf of the organizing committee to invite you to submit work for consideration for the exhibition. The print exhibition will take place at the Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute and will consist of international artists, as well as printmakers from China. In concert with the exhibition there will be symposia and presentations about the exhibited work at Jingdezhen and participating host universities. Please see the attached prospectus, exhibition details document, and application form for submission details, deadlines, etc.

    In addition to the exhibition, a cultural tour and exchange program is being offered. This is a three week program that encompasses travel to significant cultural, historical, and contemporary sites and venues, as well as workshops, university visits and presentations, and the opening festivities associated with the international print exhibition. The program will last three weeks and will start during the last week of May. Please see the attached document that details the cultural exchange tour. Participation in the cultural tour and exchange program is independent from the biennial exhibition.

    To see some wonderful photos of the 2007 tour, please click here.

    I look forward to hearing from you,

    Bill Pangburn

    Curator and Exhibitions Coordinator
    Sanbao International Biennial Printmaking Exhibition 2011

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