ARTS CAFE: Liz Foley - Mark Making Monoprints

Date: 
Oct 12 2019 - 11:00am to 1:00pm
Location: 
Arts and Visual Studies Building, 236 Bolivar Street, Lexington, KY
Event Category: 
Other

Arts Connect Around Food and Enrichment) is a pilot study conducted by the UK Department of Surgery Residency programs in partnership with UK Arts in HealthCare and the University of Kentucky Fine Arts Institute. It seeks to explore the effects of providing surgery residents a place to explore the visual arts while connecting with each other within a supportive social network.

OCTOBER ARTS CAFE FEATURES ARTIST LIZ FOLEY

ElizabethFoley-1.jpg


CLICK HERE FOR THE FOLEYPRINTS STUDIO WEBSITE

Elizabeth Foley taught the visual arts at the middle and high school level for twenty years whilst sustaining a co-op and her studio practice. Elizabeth received her undergraduate degree from Washington University and her MA and MFA from Ohio University. Upon graduating, she taught middle school and became a member of Tigerlily Press. Upon moving to Lexington, Kentucky she taught and made art as the Director and founding member of the Bluegrass Printmakers' Cooperative. Elizabeth was Director of the group for ten years before buying her own press (from Mary Mark in Cincinnati, who helped found Tigerlily in the 1970's). Last spring Elizabeth moved to Louisville and thought it was the perfect opportunity to pursue her studio work full-time. She is now busy establishing her business and working to get involved in the local art scene.


Tags: 
General Surgery Residents
Plastic Surgery Residents
CT Surgery I6 residents
Fellows