Johnny Plastini has organized a semester-long collaboration this Fall semester between the Department of Art and Art History and the Department of Fermentation Science and Technology.
A three-image suite of Johnny Plastini’s viscosity intaglio works titled “Pacifica” was exhibited in the 14th Biennial International Miniature Print Exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT.
Congratulations to Anna Bernhard, Director of the Wold Resource Center and Johnny Plastini, Associate Professor and Area Coordinator of Printmaking, for being chosen for the CSU’s 2023 Best Teacher Award! The will be an awards ceremony on Tuesday, March 28 from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Lory Student Center Theater. Read more about the awards and […]
Delgado’s artwork depicts the familiar façade of a gas station postcard — these glossy designs can be found sending greetings from cities across the U.S. But the distinction between a regular postcard and Delgado’s interpretation lies within the letters of the word “border.” Each letter contains an artistic representation of true stories about the injustices […]
Congrats to Johnny Plastini, Associate Professor of Printmaking, whose solo exhibition at BOLT Gallery in Old Town, Fort Collins opens next week. The show features a collection of eight Eco-UV prints on handmade paper and seven solar cyanotypes at BOLT gallery for the month of May with a reception on May 7th. BOLT gallery is a relatively new volunteer-based project located in an […]
Johnny Plastini, Assistant Professor of Printmaking, has been awarded a School of Global Environmental Sustainability Research Fellowship for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Austin Armstrong (Printmaking B.F.A., ’16) will be one of eight internationally diverse candidates to begin the highly competitive Tamarind Printer Trainer Program starting in Fall 2020.
Johnny Plastini’s work “Trypophobia” was selected by juror Beth C. McLaughlin for inclusion in the 33rd Annual Materials Hard + Soft Exhibition. “Trypophobia” is a handmade recycled paper piece [57″ x 22″] by Plastini that relates psychological trauma to lived physical experience and visceral response mechanisms.
Johnny Plastini’s Dubious Chimeras, prints that explores a hyper-vigilant confluence of appropriated imagery from a variety of mystic and scientific source materials, on view at Tointon Gallery starting March 20, 2020.
The 528.0 Exhibition is a regional juried exhibition encompassing artists from all adjacent states to Colorado. CSU BFA candidate Grace Morris and MFA candidate Johanna Guilfoyle were selected to exhibit work. Imprint: Print Educators of Colorado is dedicated specifically to college and university level print educators of Colorado from across the state.