Matrix is a term in printmaking that describes the elements – intaglio plate, litho stone, screen, and woodblock – from which prints take form.
The University has selected this term to identify a group of friends interested in supporting printmaking projects in the Art Department.
Membership in Matrix is to be limited to no more that 100 individuals or couples. Members will be invited to workshops, printmaking demonstrations, and seminars in the University's printmaking studios. Every spring semester a solo exhibition is held for the Matrix artist of the year. For one week the Matrix artist comes to the University and creates with the help of our students a limited edition print. Each member receives one of the prints. During a reception, the artist gives a talk or demonstration for the members so they can meet the artist, see a body of work, and get a first-hand experience of how their print was printed in our studio.
For information contact...
Juergen Strunck, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Art
Art Department University of Dallas
Irving, TX 75062