Multimedia artist Ann Tarantino to present lecture

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture is pleased to announce a lecture by multimedia artist Ann Tarantino, as part of its Stuckeman School Lecture Series 2012-13. Tarantino’s lecture “Under the Knife,” will take place at noon Friday, April 19, at the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space.

Ann Tarantino makes drawings on paper, on the wall and in space, using media ranging from ink and paper to laser-cut vinyl. Her work has been widely exhibited in galleries and institutions across the country and internationally, including recent solo and two-person exhibitions in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Austin, Texas, New York City and Tokyo. She holds a master of fine arts in drawing and painting from Penn State and an honors bachelor of arts in visual arts and American civilization from Brown University. Her work is represented by Curator's Office in Washington, D.C. She is assistant professor of art and landscape architecture at the Penn State and is the landscape architecture recipient of the 2012–13 Stuckeman Career Development Professorship. She is first-year coordinator for landscape architecture.

The lecture series is free and open to the public. For additional information, contact Flora Eyster at the Stuckeman School Communications Office.

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