Tuesday, April 15, 2003,
Bixler / 154 Classroom

Known nationally for her prints and large-scale drawings of labyrinthian spaces, Susan Groce has taught at the University of Maine at Orono since 1979. She has held the rank of Professor of Art since 1992 and during the years 2001-2002 held the University of Maine System Trustee Professorship. She has been a Visiting Artist at locations in Australia, Scotland, England, Nova Scotia, and in various schools in Amerca, such as the Rhode Island School of Design and the Philadelphia College of Art and Design.

Groce received her BFA in Art Education and Printmaking from the University of Arizona and her MFA in Printmaking/Design from the University of Michigan. She has exhibited in numerous national and international print and drawing shows, and as an accomplished fiddle player, has appeared on five recordings with other Maine-based recording artists.

Groce's talk is sponsored by the Colby College Art Lecture Fund and is open to the public without charge. A reception will follow the talk.


Public event