The beginning of August and Indy's monthly First Friday offerings saw the opening of Print or Die at Herron School of Art and Design (735 W. New York St.). The annual print exchange -- a chance for printmakers to see and swap high-quality graphics with their fellow artists -- was created and is curated by Herron grad Dominic Senibaldi, who started the event as an undergrad at Washington State.
A few years ago Senibaldi brought the show to Herron, from which he received an MFA in Printmaking in 2013. This year's exhibit is a showcase of the past two years of the exchange. Senibaldi works both with veteran and new artists, including colleagues, professors and artists from across the country.
- Dominic Senibaldi
Dominic Senibaldi created and curated Print or Die to meet other artists and exchange works and ideas.
The show is hung in the Marsh Gallery at Herron and is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Aug. 22. Admission is free. Attendees can expect to see work from about 10 artists. Senibaldi continually reaches out to new artists in the printmaking world to keep the roster of participants fresh and interesting. The exhibit has been gaining steam since its inception and is a great way for gallery visitors to see up-and-coming work by local and national printmakers.
For more information, visit http://www.herron.iupui.edu/ or call (317) 278-9477.