Read about the history of NSCAD, its Lithography Workshop, and the NSCAD Press.
Kenneth Baker / Eric Cameron / Benjamin Buchloh
Softcover, 107 pages, 50 bw illustrations, 7 x 9"
Publication Date: 1982
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I cannot stress too strongly my gratefulness to the three highly respected writers who have contributed text to this publication. Kenneth Baker, a freelance writer and critic from Providence, RI, gives a sensitive account of NSCAD based on his personal experiences of the college as a visiting lecturer and faculty member in art history. Eric Cameron, the director of the NSCAD MFA program and artist and critic, in recording the history of the Lithography Workshop, centers on an interesting issues surrounding prints in general while giving a careful knowledgeable examination of many of the works in the exhibition. Benjamin Buchloh, formerly on the faculty of NSCAD and editor of the NSCAD Press, now on the faculty of the State University of New York at Westbury, situates the books in the larger context of art book history while thoughtfully showing how the selection of recent and forthcoming Press books relate to changes in recent art.
– From the Introduction by Garry N. Kennedy.