The Writer’s Center welcomes artists Jennifer Lillis and Christopher Kardambikis to the Joram Piatigorsky Gallery for an artist talk and closing reception for Metamorphosis. Light refreshments provided.
Free and open to the public. Limited seating. Registration required below.
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Christopher Kardambikis explores space, process, and narrative through books, prints, and drawings. A bibliophile and zinester, Christopher founded Paper Cuts, a podcast and publishing platform that documents the contemporary world of zines and artist publications, as an excuse to talk to people about the books they make. He received his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and MFA from the University of California, San Diego. In the fall of 2016, Christopher joined the faculty at George Mason University. In 2020, Christopher co-founded Cousins’ Books with his mother, Dr. Patricia Kardambikis. Cousins’ Books is a pop-up bookshop, housed inside the family’s Hot Dog Shop in New Castle, PA. A family business inside a family business, and his favorite ongoing project.
Jennifer Lillis (b. 1989) is a multi-disciplinary visual artist, teacher, and administrator based in Northern Virginia. She received her MFA in Visual Art and Technology from George Mason University in 2019, and her BA in Studio Art from Marymount University in 2012. Jennifer is the Assistant Curator and Gallery Manager at the McLean Project for the Arts, teaches Printmaking at George Mason University, co-producer of Paper Cuts, and founder of the print and book collective ELEMENTS.