Leslie Friedman is a Philadelphia-based artist who specializes in printmaking, sculpture, and installation. She has a BA in political theory from Brown University and an MFA in printmaking from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University. She co-founded the art collective NAPOLEON in 2011 which is comprised of ten artist and curatorial members with a gallery space in Philadelphia’s Chinatown. In 2014, Friedman completed a fellowship at the Center for Emerging Visual Artists and won the Fleisher Wind Challenge. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally with some highlights including solo shows at Space 1026 in Philadelphia, Gallery (401) in Providence, and an upcoming solo-exhibit at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art in Wilmington in January of 2016. Her work deals with political and social themes like identity, stereotype, gender, religion, and simulacra.
Class Schedule, Fall 2016
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