iCreate: Lecture Series Featuring Robert Roesch

From the Fabrication Studio to My 3-D Printer


Lecture Date:
 Wednesday, November 9th, 2016 – 5:30 pm to 7:30pm

Location: URBN Annex Screening Room | 3401 Filbert Street | Philadelphia, PA 19104

Cost: Free

Drexel’s Museum Leadership Program and the Brandywine Workshop and Archives are pleased to present celebrated internationally renown artist, Robert Roesch. Launched in the Spring of 2016 and continuing this Fall, each lecture in the series will feature one of six artists working to create a collaborative printmaking project as part of the Brandywine Workshop’s iCreate initiative.

Roesch was born in New York State, lives in Philadelphia Pa, and works in a studio in the New Jersey Pinelands.  He is a graduate of Pratt Institute and the State University of New York. Roesch is Chair of Sculpture at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where he teaches a Sculpture Seminar, Digital Imaging, and is a critic. He is a member of the Philadelphia Art and Architecture Commission. He has received 12 grants, including a Fulbright Specialist Award that brought him to lecture and exhibit throughout Japan in 2006-07 and to represent the United States in the Baku Biennial in 2009. His work is in museum collections Internationally.

Brandywine’s iCreate project features artists who are working with architect Ted Agoos a to create a collaborative printmaking project that involves traditional printmaking (relief process) but also  employs new, durable materials for large scale plates, which, after printing, can be installed outdoors in a public space.





Brandywine Workshop and Archives was founded in 1972 as the Brandywine Graphic Workshop.  The organization remains committed to the creation, documentation and preservation of a legacy of culturally diverse American art and insuring the participation of multi-ethnic artists and audiences in the field of fine art printmaking and related media technologies.

iCreate is a program of the Brandywine Workshop and Archives in cooperation with universities and other national partners.  iCreate is the name given to all Brandywine Workshop and Archives projects that explore the integration of art and technology through the creative process. Visiting artist workshops, student workshops and digital media projects provide varied opportunities for participants to work together with experts in technology. With a focus on S.T.E.A.M. based learning and collaborative art- making, iCreate promotes the use of digital platforms for integrated learning, expression, presentation and interpretation.

To learn more about iCreateclick here, or join the conversation with #icreatezone