School of Art Students to Exhibit, Sell, Trade Work at New York City’s PRINTFEST

Student artwork.
Shannon Ferguson

Undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Visual and Performing Arts’ School of Art will exhibit, sell and trade their work at PRINTFEST, a three-day fair hosted by the International Print Center New York. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place Oct. 24-26 at 550 West 29th St. (ground floor) in New York City.

Student artwork.
Chloe Crookall

Students who will participate include Josh Baker G’21, Isabelle Collins ’22, Chloe Crookall ’21, Jocelyn Enriquez ’20, Shannon Ferguson ’20 and Maya Stern G’21.

PRINTFEST provides emerging artists with a professional setting in which to show their work to a broad audience of collectors, publishers, artists and curators visiting Chelsea galleries and the nearby International Fine Art Print Dealers Association and Editions/Artists’ Books fairs. The universities’ booths are complemented by workshops and demos, as well as a panel discussion with artists and art professionals about career paths to pursue after art school.