Published October 24, 2013
Printmaker Tom Huck, best known for creating large-scale woodcuts that reflect both satirical narrative and social criticism, will visit the Department of Visual Studies on Oct. 25 for an exhibition of his work and other activities.
“Tom Huck Evil Prints” is on display in the Lower Visual Studies Gallery, B45 Center for the Arts, North Campus, Oct. 24 through Nov. 1. Huck will give a demonstration and lead a discussion from 1:30-4 p.m. Oct. 25 in the Print Media Labs in the CFA; later that day, he will give an artist’s talk during the opening reception for his exhibition from 5-5:30 p.m. in the gallery.
A native of Farmington, Mo., Huck lives and works in St. Louis, where he runs his own press, Evil Prints.
He received a BFA in drawing from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and an MFA in printmaking from Washington University. He taught printmaking at Washington University from 2000-2010.