The Mission of Brandywine Workshop

To be a major force in the creation, documentation and preservation of culturally diverse American art and insuring the participation of multiethnic artists in the field of fine art printmaking and related media technologies. For the past 42 years, Brandywine Workshop has been a leader in the development of offset lithography as a fine art. Philadelphia based, national in scope and internationally recognized, Brandywine exemplifies the highest standard of excellence and innovation.

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Congrats to photographer William Earle Williams who was profiled in the Sunday, February 6th Philadelphia Inquirer for his research and photographic documentation of the life and achievements of African American architect Julian Abele (1881- 1950) of South Philadelphia. His work is associated with the design of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the campus design of Duke University among others. Professor Williams teaches at Haverford College (PA) and has artfully documented stations on the Underground Railroad. WEW is a history maker. ...

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Thank you to Karen Smyles and the production staff of WHYY-TV (Channel 12 in Philly) for creating a wonderful segment broadcast on the station's Friday Arts program, which aired last night and will air again Sunday morning and beyond.

Brandywine really appreciates the care and detail of combining footage of our exhibition "Renderings" at the University of Delaware Museums and the recently completed residency and exhibition "Many Moons" by the Joyce de Guatemala Fellowship winner Doris Nogueira-Rogers and input from The Snyderman-Works Galleries. Congrats to WHYY also for the segments on Tyler School of Art and the 100th anniversary of the The Print Center. The Philly print community is truly honored.

If you can't wait to watch the episode on TV you can head over to Friday Arts website and see the whole episode: whyy.org/cms/fridayarts/the-brandywine-workshop-restaurant-design-the-print-center-of-philadelphia/

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Tonight! On Friday Arts. #Brandywineworkshop ...

We have a special new show tonight at 8:30PM all about design! Art of Food features the Tyler School of Art "Restaurant Identity Project" competition. Friday Arts talks to guest judge Roberto De Vicq De Cumptich about his design work for clients like the Starr Restaurants in Philadelphia and around the country. Friday Arts also features Brandywine Workshop & Archives The Snyderman-Works Galleries and The Print Center.

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