Brandywine Workshop

Jules Olitski: An Inside View 

In addition to the exhibition, Brandywine will host gallery talks about Brandywine Workshop's experience working with Jules Olitski, while the artist was in residence.

January 4-February 28, 2010.


Infinite Mirrors

A national traveling exhibition of graphic works focusing on the human figure and identity. Work by African American and other artists of color curated by Blake Bradford, Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago.


Cole, Gilliam and Hunt: Above and Beyond.

A three-person installation of artists whose primary medium is not prints, but painting, sculpture and 3D mixed media. The exhibit will include Kevin Cole (Atlanta) Sam Gilliam (Washington, DC) and Richard Hunt (Chicago).

March 12 - May 29, 2010



About the Brandywine Workshop

The Brandywine Workshop is a non-profit cultural institution founded in Philadelphia in 1972. Its mission is to promote interest and talent in printmaking and related visual technologies. It serves as a major force nationally in the creation, documentation and presentation of printmaking as an original fine art, while creating opportunities for culturally diverse artists and audiences. For more information please visit our website at

Venue Information

Brandywine Workshop
728-730 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19146


Phone: (215) 546-3675



Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm.
Saturday by appointment.

Free and open to the public.


Via SEPTA, get off at the South Street/Lombard stop of the Broad Street Line and walk two blocks south. Limited Parking available during special events.