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Garo Antreasian

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1920s

1922

Garo Antreasian is born in Indianapolis.

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1940s

1948

Garo Antreasian receives his BFA from the John Herron School of Art in Indianapolis.

1948–60 1949

Garo Antreasian teaches design, painting, and printmaking at Herron.

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1960s

1960–61 1960

June Wayne, founder of the Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles, invites Garo Antreasian to serve as the first technical director and master printer of Tamarind.

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1961–64 1961

Garo Antreasian returns to Herron as an instructor but continues as Technical Advisor to the Board of Directors at Tamarind.

1962

Garo Antreasian initiates preliminary training programs for Tamarind Printer Fellows at Herron.

1964

Garo Antreasian moves to Albuquerque to teach at the University of New Mexico.

1965

Garo Antreasian initiates preliminary training of Tamarind Printer Fellows with Clinton Adams, associate director of Tamarind.

1968

Garo Antreasian is promoted to professor in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of New Mexico.

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1970s

1970–71 1970

Garo Antreasian is codirector of the Tamarind Institute at the University of New Mexico with Clinton Adams.

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1990s

1994–95 1994

The Indianapolis Museum of Art organizes the retrospective exhibition Garo Antreasian: Written on Stone, which is accompanied by a catalogue raisonné of prints.

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2010s

2010

The Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, celebrates 50 years with two exhibitions that feature works by artists including Garo Antreasian, Vija Celmins, Roy De Forest, Ed Ruscha, and June Wayne.

2013

Garo Antreasian is named visiting alumnus, exhibitor, and lecturer at the Herron School of Art and Design at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).

2016

The Tamarind Institute organizes an exhibition of Garo Antreasian’s work.

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Vija Celmins Roy De Forest Ed Ruscha June Wayne Albuquerque California Herron Indiana Los Angeles Michigan New Mexico Tamarind University of New Mexico