Meet the Baltimore-based artist and learn more about her work in this artist talk to be held on the opening day of her solo exhibition LaToya Hobbs: Woodcuts. An exciting talent known for her technical mastery and monumentally scaled portraits, Hobbs will illuminate her process, influences, and the ideas she explores about beauty and identity through the printmaking medium.
Hobbs holds a BA in Painting from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and an MFA in Printmaking from Purdue University. Her exhibition record includes numerous national and international venues, including the National Art Gallery of Namibia, the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Museum of Art, and the Albright Knox Museum, among others. Her work is housed in the collections of the Harvard Art Museum, the Getty Research Institute, and the Baltimore Museum of Art. Hobbs is a professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and a founding member of Black Women of Print (BWoP).
This program is free, however we kindly ask that you register in advance.