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  • Zuckerman Museum of Art building facade at night

    ZMA After Hours

    Thursday, April 14 | 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is pleased to offer an after-hours opportunity to connect with the art and ideas on view in the museum's spaces. Join us on Thursday, April 14, for extended hours until 9:00 pm and special programming.

    This semester's After Hours features a special in-person presentation by Sue Gosin, President of Dieu Donné Press, at 7:00 pm in our Ruth Zuckerman Pavilion. Gosin will share insight into the artist collaborations published by Dieu Donné Press and Paper. She will also share and discuss each artist book featured in our Fine Arts Gallery exhibition In Conversation: The Fluid and The Concrete The show will be on view from March 15 through April 9, 2022. Don't miss this intimate experience to view these gorgeous artists' books firsthand!

    • Susan Gosin received her MFA in 1976 from the University of Wisconsin, Madison after studying with Walter Hamady in the book arts and Warrington Colescott in intaglio. Upon completion of her master's, she co-founded Dieu Donné Press and Paper in New York City. For more than 30 years, she has collaborated with artists and writers as designer and publisher of two and three-dimensional art as well as limited editions of artist books. Her artist books have been exhibited and collected by such institutions as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y.; the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; and the American Cultural Center, Tel Aviv, Israel. She has been awarded grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Tiffany Foundation, and in 2006 received the Printmaker Emeritus Award from the Southern Graphics Council. As a teacher and educator, she has developed curriculum and designed studio programs for the New School, NYC, Rutgers University, N.J. and Amagansett Applied Arts, LI, NY; the Phumani Archival Mill, Johannesburg, South Africa; and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt. She has written numerous articles about the development of contemporary hand papermaking for magazines such as Art On Paper and pens a column for Hand Papermaking Magazine about the pioneers in the field. Currently, she publishes new work as president of Dieu Donné Press and serves as co-chair of Dieu Donné Papermill in New York City.