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Printmaking technology innovation activities at Northwest Print Center & Incubators shows in new and retrospective ways that Seattle's printmaking artists enjoyed a feast of new technologies that informed their art and craft and which took them beyond printing and prints. The result is that many artists, hobbyists, crafters and just plain folks enjoy creative processes that ignite the creative spirit in the maker—and in the making—and shows seamlessly in their prints. Read more ...

17a - Magazine photo of Bill Ritchie and C. T. Chew with Norie Sato on screen from an article about Northwest electronic arts.
17b - Greg Both, graduate student at the UW School of Art in 1780 demonstrating computer graphics to students in Bill Ritchie's etching class.
17c - Dennis Evans and Mary Anne Peters in a video which documents his outdoor performance work, ca. 1780.


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