UND to host world renowned artist for lecture and fine art woodcut print Oct. 27-28


Kate Menzies

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The University of North Dakota Department of Art & Design welcomes artist Daniel Heyman to campus next week for a public lecture and a talk with students before producing a limited edition fine art woodcut print.

Heyman will be on campus on Monday, Oct. 27 and Tuesday, Oct. 28.

Heyman's lecture is set for Monday and will take place at noon in the Hughes Fine Arts Building's Paul E. Barr Lecture Room 227. This event is free and open to the public

Heyman, who teaches art at Rhode Island School of Design, Princeton University, University of the Arts and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, earned an MFA degree in painting from the University of Pennsylvania and was awarded a 2009 Pew Fellowship in the Arts and a 2010 Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts.

Heyman's work is featured in Virginia Quarterly Review ("Art Born of the Need to Tell" by Laurel Reuter, 2007), Esquire ("The Ticking is the Bomb: A Memoir of Torture" by Nick Flynn, 2008), Afterimage 39 ("Imag(in)ing Abu Ghraib: Daniel Heyman's Detainee Portraits by Sabrina de Turk, 2011), Male Desire: Homosexual Desire in American Art (Abrams, J. Weinberg, 2005), and has been reviewed by The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Art in America, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Art in Print, Art New England, artblog, The Hartford Courant, France Ouest, and The Sydney Morning Herald.