Centre for Print Research Artist Talks for StudentsSee all events
- Date and time
- Wed 29 March 2023
16:15 - 17:00
- Online: Zoom
- Centre for Print Research email@example.com
- Booking required
Lucrecia Urbano was born in 1968 in Córdoba, Argentina. She received her BFA from the National University of Córdoba, with a major in printmaking. She has specialized in non-toxic photogravure and digital graphics in Canada and The United States - Pyramid Atlantic, Baltimore, Maryland and the Canadian School for Non-toxic Printmaking, Alberta Canadá.
She is the founder and director of Zona Imaginaria, a contemporary print studio located in San Fernando’s neighbourhood - Buenos Aires, Argentina , where she carries out workshops for children and adults. in ZI she also runs “Who can live in this house?”, an international residence project where invited artists and the local community are strongly linked.
In addition, Urbano organizes research and teaching workshops and curates exhibition projects, focusing on interpersonal relationships and on the connection between the local community and the environment. Her personal work is research oriented and combines the applications of different techniques: non-toxic printmaking, photography, video, digital prints, glass and installations.
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- Cost: Free
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This is an online event: Zoom
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