Two Perpich Students Selected for Access/Print Teen Mentorship Program at Highpoint Center for PrintmakingNina Holding Eagle-Bushaw (Visual Arts 2023) and Bridget Wallace (Visual Arts 2023) are two of the seven students participating in the program this season. They are shown here with mentors from the program and other participants.
April 5, 2022
Two Perpich students…
Jeremy Lundquist Exhibiting at Highpoint Center for Printmaking
June 17, 2021
Work by Jeremy Lundquist, Visual Arts Instructor, is currently on display at Highpoint Center for Printmaking in Minneapolis. The exhibition runs through July 1st, 2021.
Alarm Alarm is a series of progressive etchings that started with the exterior of a building not far…
Perpich Students Featured in Access/Print 2019/2020 Virtual Exhibition
July 10, 2020
Highpoint Center for Printmaking is proud to present the ACCESS/PRINT 2019/2020 Virtual Exhibition. Three Perpich students (including one recent graduate) are featured. This online exhibition showcases artwork created by exceptional teen artists who participated in their ACCESS/PRINT program for the Fall 2019…
Two Perpich Students Selected for Access/Print Teen Mentorship Program at Highpoint Center for Printmaking
February 21, 2020
Two Perpich students have been selected for this spring’s ACCESS/PRINT Teen Mentorship Program at Highpoint Center for Printmaking. Alexandra Alvarado (Media Arts 2020) and Frankie Palmer (Visual Arts 2021) make up two thirds of the three students selected for this season. They are…
JEREMY LUNDQUIST AWARDED 2020 ARTIST INITIATIVE GRANT BY MN STATE ARTS BOARD
Congratulations to Jeremy Lundquist, Visual Arts Instructor, for being awarded an Artist Initiative Grant by the Minnesota State Arts Board. Lundquist will create and exhibit a new series of large-scale etchings based on the minimal media coverage of the end and subsequent continuation of…
Perpich Junior selected for Access/Print Teen Mentorship Program at Highpoint Center for Printmaking
Essence Young (Visual Arts 2021) has been selected as one of only three students for this fall’s ACCESS/PRINT Teen Mentorship Program at Highpoint Center for Printmaking. Essence is the fifth Perpich student in the past four years to be selected for this fantastic program.