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May 26, 2017
CIA master printer Karen Beckwith hosts three seniors from the National Taipei University of Education
To Taiwanese students visiting the United States for the first time, everything here looks big: the buildings, the people, the food — everything. And they’re drinking it all in.
Three seniors from the National Taipei University of Education have been hosted in May by Karen Beckwith, master printer and technical specialist in Printmaking at the Cleveland Institute of Art. While in Cleveland, they’ve spent days making prints at Zygote Press and in the CIA printmaking studios, learning processes they don’t use in Taiwan.
Among their experiences in Cleveland: “We’ve learned lots of...
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