smART talks: Elizabeth Powell

  • 11:00 AM–12:00 PM

Online via Zoom

Elizabeth Powell, UI MFA graduate in printmaking, will discuss some of her recent work and the impact the Stanley’s collection has made on her prints and process. As a graduate student, she regularly visited the Stanley Visual Classroom. In this talk, Powell will discuss her recent work in a variety of media, including monotype, intaglio, foil, silkscreen, aquatint, linocut, and woodcut; and she’ll connect her work to prints by Ed Paschke, Miriam Schapiro, and others in the Stanley’s collection. 

Elizabeth Powell is a painter and printmaker in Burlington, Vermont. She received her MFA in printmaking from the University of Iowa in 2020 and her undergraduate degree in both the fine arts and economics from the University of Vermont. With interests that widely vary, Powell's background in both social science and art gives her a unique perspective in the art community. Focused mainly on the economics of gender inequality, Powell's interest in the psychological impact of gender has spanned both her economics and fine arts education.

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smART talks highlights work of faculty and graduate students at the University of Iowa. It connects their recent research and art to the Stanley’s permanent collection. Join us for a conversation filled with art, discovery, and community.

Cost: Free and open to all


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