Exhibition attendees enjoy the artwork by Mauricio Lasansky and five of his earliest students. One of the featured artists, Arthur Levine (MFA 1950), traveled to Iowa for the reception. Levine lives and works in New York.
The exhibition includes prints by Lasansky and five of his students, 1945-1952: Lee Chesney, Barbara Fumagalli, Arthur Levine, Janet K. Ruttenberg, and Donn Steward. August 25-September 11, 2014, Levitt Gallery/Art Building West.
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