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Thingamajig showcases the many processes of printmaking and ceramics offered at Cal Lutheran. These include monoprints, intaglio, dry point, solar plate, reduction, lino and woodcut relief prints, and a variety of sculptural hand-built and wheel-thrown ceramic techniques.
The exhibition originated with the students in an advanced printmaking class three years ago. After ceramics students were invited to participate, the show developed into a biannual printmaking/ceramic experience. Student curators for Thingamajig V include Mardell Lopez, Hallie Maxwell and Quinn Rosenblatt.
Admission is free. Kwan Fong Gallery, located in Soiland Humanities Center, is open to the public 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For information on printmaking, contact Kristi Colell at firstname.lastname@example.org. For information on ceramics, contact Janet Neuwalder at jneuwald@CalLutheran.edu.