The Mission of Brandywine Workshop

Brandywine Workshop and Archives (BWA) is a diversity-driven, non-profit cultural institution that produces and shares art to connect, inspire and build bridges among global communities. BWA’s creative expression is fostered through collaboration and processes that employ conventional as well as emerging technologies.
2017 Lifetime Award Gala

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Brandywine Workshop & Archives

If you love printmaking as a creative process you will not want to miss the opening reception and a chance to talk with the artists whose mixed-media prints are in "Process and Invention: Six Women Artists." Please join the artists and students and patrons at the reception in the Printed image Gallery this Wednesday at 5:309 PM, 730 S. Broad Street in Philly. Below: Top- Nicole Patrice Dul and bottom- Gillian Pokalo present two striking, very contrasting renditions of architecture. EJ Hercyzh will also premier his latest work, "Clusters," in the Glass Lobby Gallery at 728 S Broad St. ...

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3 more days for the opening reception,"Process and Invention: Six Women Artists" and "EJ Herczyh: Clusters" serves as a mini- survey of how printmakers work with traditional processes, technology and a variety of materials to invent new approaches to printed images. Cynthia Back has mastered color relief printing. Join us Wednesday, June 20th 5:30-8PM for these exhibits and check out was is happening in the print shop. Free and open to the public. ...

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We recently learned that the Baltimore Museum of Art has acquired "Bronx Project" 1991, a lithograph published at BWA with artist Toshio Sasaki. It is great that so many of BWA visiting artist prints are finding their way into major exhibitions and collections across the country. ...

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