Printmakers' Network Exhibition through June 22 in the Dehn Gallery at MCC on Main

Manchester, Connecticut (April 17, 2013) Work by the artists of The Printmakers' Network of Southern New England is on display through June 22 in the Dehn Gallery at MCC on Main, the Manchester Community College Arts and Education Center. The gallery is open to the public and free of charge.

The Printmakers Network of Southern New England is the result of the coordinated efforts of printmakers and the Connecticut Commission on the Arts. The network was organized in 1992 to provide a resource for regional artists working in print and to advocate for traditional printmaking, while encouraging creative expression and experimentation in a rapidly evolving medium. Its goal is to facilitate the exchange of information, provide a platform for discussion of new standards, promote artistic collaboration and foster public education through exhibition and demonstration.

Artists featured in the show include Grace Bentley-Scheck, Shirley Bernstein, Carol Strause FitzSimonds, Jenni Freidman, Donna Frustere, Eric Goldberg, Sarah Gustafson, Joan Hausrath, Joan Jacobson-Zamore, Victoria Jutras Kniering, Melody Leary, Amanda Lebel, Jim Lee, Rhea Nowak, Barbara Pagh, Margot Rocklen, Margot Rubin, Mary Teichman, Jo Yarrington, Carmela Venti, Yuemei Zhang, and Elizabeth Zimmerman. The exhibition is curated by gallery director Susan Classen-Sullivan.

The Dehn Gallery at MCC on Main is located at 903 Main Street in Manchester. For more information about the exhibition and and the many other activities at MCC on Main, call 860-647-6030 or visit

News Item Posted On: April 17, 2013
For Additional Information Contact: Joy Dorin at 860-512-2921