"ImPrint" was a juried exhibition of works created using traditional printmaking methods, focusing on the aesthetics and application of typography. The show came about as a collaborative effort between Darrell Kincer and J. Daniel Graham, art faculty at Georgetown College. Supported in part by the college's Kappa Pi International Honorary Art Fraternity, the exhibition opened with a reception, awards, and gallery talk on Friday, October 15 from 5:00-7:00 PM in conjunction with Georgetown's Homecoming festivities. On the following Saturday, gallery director, Laura Stewart, helped organize a print demonstration by Graham, as well as "ImPress" children's art activity between 9:00-10:00 AM. After receiving continued visitation and numerous praises, "ImPrint" concluded on Friday, November 19.
I am an Associate Professor of Art at Georgetown College teaching courses in photography and graphic design.