Through March 30, the main gallery exhibition at the Taube Museum of Art will feature an invitational exhibit of printed works.
The "Touched and Untouched" exchange includes 16 artists from all parts of North Dakota, including nine University of North Dakota alumni (two of whom will be graduating in May) and two University of North Dakota professors: Linda Olson, Linda Whitney, Brian Paulsen, Kim Fink, Kent Kapplinger, Eric Johnson, Punchgut Studio, Anna Jacobson, Sue Morrissey, Sue Fink, Laura Youngbird, Ryan Stander Rebecca Sefcovic Uglem, Heidi Goldberg, Jessica Christy and Michelle Lindblom.
This exhibition is made possible through the support from the UND Meyers Foundations, the UND Alumni Association, and the UND Department of Art and Design, an invitational print exchange was organized for North Dakota printmakers and artists. The Touched and Untouched invitational exchange gathered the wonderful print talent of the area, shared not only with each other, but will be sharing it with the entire region. Each participant created an edition of their own print, which were then dispersed to each of the other artists, as well as the University of North Dakota art collections.
Submitted Artwork - - Kim William Fink’s “Land of a Thousand Dances” is one of 16 pieces on display as part of the “Touched and Untouched” exhibit.
The reception, which is free and open to the public, will be held in conjunction with A Little Sugar and Spice Photography's benefit Saturday from 7 to 9:30 p.m. There is no charge for admission. A freewill offering is collected to support continued operations at the Taube.
For more information contact Wendy Kimble, gallery manager at the Taube Museum of Art at 838-4445.