Our Studio Soirée is tomorrow at GSU’s Welch School of Art & Design. There will be work reflecting all of the programs offered at GSU, including textiles, sculpture, printmaking, drawing, ceramics, photography, and painting, but the MFA at Georgia State is truly interdisciplinary. For example, a printmaking grad, Aaron Artrip, has created a body of sculptural work and has been experimenting with sound production and manipulation via old-school technology. Artrip navigates the impressions of sound through drawing, printmaking, poetry, textiles, and soft sculpture. Come meet him and check out his work!
Aaron received his BFA in printmaking from Kennesaw State University, and at GSU continues to hone his printmaking techniques for a variety of applications and exhibitions. He also has been commissioned to produce artwork for Orange Guitar Amplifiers and the Zuckerman Museum of Art, and has presented printmaking demonstrations around North Georgia as well at the University of Tennessee Knoxville for the Southern Graphics Counsel