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About Beth LaCour

Beth LaCour earned her a double MFA in painting and sculpture from Mississippi University for Women in 1980 and a Post Degree Diploma in Non-Toxic Printmaking from the Canadian School of Non-Toxic Printmaking in 1999. While researching non-toxic printmaking techniques, she worked extensively with Keith Howard, originator of the non-toxic etching processes, and George Roberts, the originator of polyester plate lithography. She began her teaching career at at Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Virginia as the primary 3D arts faculty before she moved westward to become a faculty member and two-dimensional fine arts coordinator at Yavapai College in Arizona.  She made another round-trip move to the east coast and back, spending a little over three years as an Instructional Designer and Senior Internet Developer at Seton Hall University. She has taught courses in art history, variety of printmaking techniques as well as painting, colored pencil, papermaking and digital processes. Her work is included in numerous personal and museum collections throughout the country. In 1999 she was a member of the panel discussion presentation "Printmaker's Body/Printmaker's Chemistry", and delivered a demonstration/ presentation "Non-Topic Intaglio Using ImagOn", both at the 27th Conference of the Southern Graphics Council annual meeting. Beth has been teaching the upper level art courses and photography at Northland Prep since the fall of 2005.

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January 25, 2018  Word of the day Rapport Definition Mutual understanding and harmony (n.) Sentence When Margaret met her paramour, they felt an instant rapport. Student News There will be a short high school girls’ soccer meeting today during lunch in room 109 (Mr. Fader’s Room). The meeting should only last 15 minutes, but it’s […]