Pezalla-Granlund Receives Grant for Printmaking
Curator of Library Art and Exhibitions Margaret Pezalla-Granlund was awarded an artist's initiative grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. The grant will allow her to expand her printmaking skills, attend a residency program, and create a portfolio of broadsides inspired by mathematical illustrations.
Pezalla-Granlund notes that her interest in working with mathematical and scientific images has been inspired by her work at Carleton. The math-related exhibitions she curated in the library interested her in the ways geometric forms and mathematical ideas have been represented visually in math books.
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