Lois Harada is a printmaker bridging fine art and commercial printing in Providence, Rhode Island. Her work utilizes commercial production techniques and equipment to create printed editions that are meant to be affordable and accessible to a wide audience. Print editions are often responses to mass produced print material created by governments, corporations or newspapers.
Originally from Salt Lake City, Lois settled in Providence after graduating from RISD with a BFA in Fine Arts, Printmaking (2010). She is the Production Coordinator at DWRI Letterpress where she manages prepress, design, and day to day operations. She currently teaches at the AS220 Community Printshop in Providence which offers affordable access to printmaking equipment and eduction. She is also serving on the board of New Urban Arts, a nationally recognized non-profit that offers free after school art programming for high school students and young artists.
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