Works from The Brodsky Center at PAFA
About The Brodsky Center at PAFA
A collaborative handmade papermaking and printmaking center devoted to artists and creating new work since 1986.
Artists-in-residence are invited to the Brodsky Center's powerful and resourceful environment that includes hand papermaking and printmaking studios, where skilled technicians, who are both experts and innovators, make it possible for the artists to achieve their vision.
The Brodsky Center's mission is grounded in the PAFA academic context, with the goal of deepening the impact of artistic creativity and the printmaking discipline on pedagogy and curricula through the engagement of students and faculty with artists, experts, and its hands-on collection.
Visitors are invited to explore this exhibition of editions published by the Brodsky Center at PAFA currently featuring work by artists Lynda Benglis, Zoë Charlton, Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Willie Cole, Sharon Hayes, Barkley L. Hendricks, Byron Kim, Nell Painter, Duke Riley, Juan Sánchez, Didier William, and Layqa Nuna Yawar.
View during PAFA open hours, Thurs. – Fri, 10–4pm, Sat. – Sun. 11–5pm, and by appointment, by contacting Grace Harmer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-391-4809.