Location: The Baltimore Museum of Art
Dates: November 14, 2007–March 30, 2008
Curated by Elizabeth Rodini and undergraduates in her Spring 2007 Museums and Society course Paper Museums: Exhibiting Prints at the BMA, this exhibition featured prints and small-scale sculptures from the BMA’s extensive collection. The show explored the many and varied reasons sculpture was represented in printed imagery, from the 16th through early 19th centuries.
The 10 undergraduate students met regularly at the BMA to help select the works for the exhibition, research them, and organize the installation. Assisted by the BMA staff, they also planned programs and wrote the text for the exhibition, as well as for an illustrated brochure.
Printed Sculpture/Sculpted Prints was generously supported by Chuck and Amy Newhall and the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences of the Johns Hopkins University.