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Tom Hück: Creativity Conversation

Best known for his large-scale woodcuts, Tom Hück's brash sociopolitical commentary draws from great satirists like Hogarth, Daumier, and R. Crumb. His technique, however, is inspired by the famed German woodcut artists of the Northern Renaissance, Albrecht Dürer and Martin Schongauer, among others. Hück and Curator of Works on Paper Andi McKenzie discuss these influences and Huck's creative enterprise, Evil Prints, where he creates his own work and trains the next generation of remarkable printmakers.

Affordable Print Sale, Ackerman Hall and Foyer, 5pm
At Evil Prints, Tom Hück's press in St. Louis, Missouri, a new generation of "evil heads" work to become master printmakers. Eight members and alumni of Evil Prints will join Hück at Emory for an Evil Prints affordable print sale. Don't miss this opportunity to take home hand-printed art from the "evil heads."

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Relevant research areas: North America, Contemporary, Relief printing

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