University will host Frogman�s workshop The University of South Dakota will host Frogman�s Print and Paper Workshop 2005 July 4-9. The workshop, in its eighth year at USD, will take place at the Warren M. Lee Center for the Fine Arts.�
Session two will include a number of national guest lecturers. Sean Caulfield, associate professor of printmaking/drawing at the University of Alberta, will present mezzotint and chine colle. Elizabeth Dove, professor of art at the University of Montana, will discuss safe etching. Fred Hagstrom, professor of art at Carleton College, will teach about intaglio and relief from plastic plates. John Hancock, associate professor of art at the University of Mary Harden Baylor and Sean Star Wars, a former professor at Old Dominion and Tulane Universities will co-present woodcut funhouse.
Kurt Kemp, professor of art at Sonoma State University, will discuss intaglio repeatable image monoprinting. Cynthia Osborne, professor at California State University-Long Beach, will teach about stone lithography. Camille Riner, a free-lance designer/printmaker from the Black Hills area of South Dakota will present a course on papermaking.�
Frogman�s is celebrating its 24th anniversary this summer. It started in 1981 with the Black Hills Print Symposium, which was held in the Black Hills of South Dakota. In 1996, the workshop moved to Beresford, where it was held for two years. In 1998, the workshop moved to its current home at USD.�