Reading, Pa. – Albright College’s Freedman Gallery continues its schedule of 2016-17 exhibitions with Ink Travels, a Printmaking Collective, on view in the Gallery’s Project Space, Jan. 26 through March 5. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
Ink Travels is an assemblage of prints, developed with a myriad of traditional and cutting-edge processes created to celebrate the contributions and teaching career of Sydney Cross, a professor of art at Clemson University, whose influence spanned more than three decades. The resulting collection of work by Cross’ former students is a dynamic visual documentation of knowledge and memories that celebrate an incredible teacher.
The Freedman Gallery in the Center for the Arts is located on 13th and Bern streets in Reading. Exhibitions and programs in the visual arts at Albright College and The Freedman Gallery are generously supported by The Silverweed Foundation in honor of Doris C. Freedman, the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts and its partner, the Berks Arts Council, and the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.
For more information about the exhibitions, visit www.albright.edu/freedman.