UW-Parkside National Small Print Exhibition Catalogs

UW-Parkside National Small Print Exhibition Catalogs

A collection of the front covers of programs for the Parkside National Small Print Exhibition from 1987 through 2015. The UW-Parkside Archives has the entire collection of programs for the exhibition available for viewing and research.

Small Print

Steven Vasy, Doug DeVinny, and Glen Larson page through the catalog for the UW-Parkside National Small Print Exhibition    

 Founded in 1987 by Doug DeVinny, Professor Emeritus of Printmaking at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, the Parkside National Small Print Exhibition has regularly exhibited small-format original prints from artists nationwide for three decades.One of the longest running shows of its kind in the Midwest, the exhibition began as an annual exhibition in the Communication Arts Gallery (now the Mathis Gallery) before moving to a biennial exhibition format in the Fine Arts Gallery of the newly-built Rita Tallent Picken Regional Center for Arts and Humanities in 2013.