Papermaker and Printer Pandey presents a lecture Oct. 27

Radha Pandey
Radha Pandey

Papermaker and Printer Pandey presents a lecture Oct. 27

calendar icon21 Oct 2016    

Lincoln, Neb.--Papermaker and letterpress printer Radha Pandey will present the next lecture of the Hixson-Lied Visiting Artists & Scholars Lecture Series on Thursday, Oct. 27 at 5:30 p.m. in Richards Hall Rm. 15 on the University of Nebraska–Lincoln city campus. The lecture is free and open to the public.


Pandey earned her Master of Fine Arts in Book Arts from the University of Iowa Center for the Book where she was a recipient of the Iowa Arts Fellowship. Her expertise includes traditional textile hand-printing in India, and stop-motion animations using watermarks in paper.


Her artist’s books are held in 19 public collections, including the Library of Congress and Yale University. Her graduate thesis work, titled “Anatomia Botanica” won the MICA Book Award at the Pyramid Atlantic Book Fair in 2014.

Pandey is the studio coordinator at the Morgan Conservatory in Cleveland, Ohio, where she is developing Islamic-style papers for applications in book arts and conservation.


The School of Art, Art History & Design’s Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist & Scholar Lecture Series brings notable artists, scholars and designers to UNL each semester to enhance the education of students.


Underwritten by the Hixson-Lied Endowment with additional support from other sources, the series enriches the culture of the state by providing a way for Nebraskans to interact with luminaries in the fields of art, art history and design. Each visiting artist or scholar spends one to three days on campus to meet with classes, participate in critiques and give demonstrations. Every visiting artist or scholar gives at least one major lecture that is free and open to the public.


The remaining lectures in the series this Fall include:


• Priya Kambli, photography, on Nov. 10 at 5:30 p.m. in Richards Hall Rm. 15. Kambli’s work is rooted in her fascination in the intersection between her parents’ lives in India and her own in the U.S. For Kambli, photography is a means to bridge the gap between two cultures, come to terms with the effects of displacement and to illuminate connections between the past and the present.


• Chris Gustin and Gerit Grimm, ceramics, on Nov. 15 at 5:30 p.m. in Richards Hall Rm. 15. Their visit is sponsored primarily by the UNL Clay Club. Gustin is one of the leading ceramists of his generation with more than 40 solo exhibitions at leading institutions and galleries throughout the world. Grimm is assistant professor of art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


For more information on the series, contact the School of Art, Art History & Design at (402) 472-5522.


Additional artists may be added to the schedule. Visit for updates.