Faculty Experts

Andrew J. Saluti

Assistant Professor of Museum Studies

Saluti’s primary research revolves around the curatorship and history of contemporary printmaking, specifically the relationship to prints in social context. Recent research includes the article “The Pedagogy of Process” in the April 2018 issue of Journal of the Print World, focusing on designing museum studies curricula around direct and practical encounters in University collections; the paper “Politics on Paper: Exploring the Marriage of Art, Activism and Printmaking,” presented at the 2017 PCA/ACA National Conference in San Diego, California; the 2014 article “Defenders of the Floating World” in Art In Print, volume 4, number 4; and the nationally touring exhibition “The New Humanists: Introspective Impressions.”


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