What’s new at the Mu? Michael Gill exhibit of woodcut prints, artist books

Woodcut prints and artist books can be viewed in the “Michael Gill: The Grownups Keep Talking/Nobody Knows Why” exhibition in the Massillon Museum’s Studio M through June 1.

A podcast interview with Gill will be posted at MassillonMuseum.org on May 17. The museum will host a free public artist’s reception from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. April 23, featuring a letterpress demonstration at 6 p.m. Earlier that day, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Gill will read “The Grownups Keep Talking” and demonstrate the letterpress process at Massillon Public Library’s Family Story Time. The library has partnered with MassMu for 15 years to present the NEA Big Read.


The exhibition will present woodcut prints from artist books, “Common Household Rhymes for the Modern Child” and “A Pocket Full of Change,” along with original examples of those books. 

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