Carlos Barberena awarded with "The Elizabeth Catlett Memorial Award"
2021 MAPC Juried Member's Exhibit
Nicaraguan Printmaker Carlos Barberena was awarded with "The Elizabeth Catlett Memorial Award" in the 2021 MAPC Juried Members' Exhibit juried by Mildred Beltré and Jennifer Hughes.
The winners were announced on Friday, October 15th, 2021 by the Mid America Print Council MAPC: Carlos Barberena for "Undocumented" - ESSENTIAL: For Your Colonizer Comfort - Series (The Elizabeth Catlett Memorial Award); Alex Fox for "Ecydis Remains" (First Price); Nicolas Tisdale for "Dichotomy Up Down III" (Second Prize); and Mizin Shin for "Use Your Voice #StopAsianHate "(honorable mention).
The Exhibition is open to public at the University of Iowa's Drewlowe Gallery
"Undocumented" by Carlos Barberena awarded with "The Elizabeth Catlett Memorial Award"
Mid America Print Council 2021 Members’ Juried Exhibition! The exhibition, juried by Mildred Beltré and Jennifer Hughes On View: October 6 – November 6, 2021 In-Person Opening Reception: Friday, October 15, 6PM to 8PM Virtual Event: Saturday, October 16 at 10:30 AM, CST University of Iowa School of Art & Art History Image credit: Emily Orzech
Carlos Barberena's work on display at Drewlowe Gallery, University of Iowa
Thanks to Blick Art Materials, McClains Printmaking Supplies and MAPC Award fund for sponsoring these prizes.