Due South features 20th century Latin American prints from the Janet Turner Print Museum in Chico, CA.
The Janet Turner Print Museum at California State University, Chico represents the foresight of one of its faculty members, Dr. Janet E. Turner (1914—1988). As an art educator, painter, and printmaker she felt students and the community should have access to original works of art. She used her personal collection, now housed at CSU, Chico, as part of her instruction to printmaking students. Part of this collection contains the best of her students’ prints. In part, she realized the expense of producing prints, and she felt students should also see the best work of their peers. For those reasons she purchased their work. This mentoring of her students is a hallmark of the several generations of students she taught. Many of her students went on to professional careers as artists and educators.
9th Janet Turner National Exhibition 2012 Published August 22, 2012
17th Student Printmakers Exhibition Published May 25, 2012
16th Janet Turner Student Print Exhibition Published December 21, 2011
The 7th National Janet Turner Print Competition and Exhibition Published December 21, 2011
Deconstructing Innocence Published September 02, 2011
8th Janet Turner National Competition and Exhibition Published November 08, 2010
15th Janet Turner Student Print Exhibition and 7th Ink / Clay 2010 Published November 08, 2010
14th Annual Janet Turner Student Print Exhibition Published April 16, 2010