About this Event

Head and shoulders photograph of a man with dark hair, dressed in a black polo-style shirt, with his arms crossed in front of his body

Marco Hernandez, Assistant Professor of Print Media and Foundations Coordinator at Wichita State University

10 am: Doors open with complimentary refreshments in The Living Room
10:30 am: Illustrated talk in the Howard E. Wooden Auditorium

Marco Hernandez is a Mexican artist and printmaker whose current body of work explores issues associated with the societies and politics of contemporary Mexican and Mexican American cultures.

Hernandez received his master’s from Kansas State University and, after graduating, he was hired as an art instructor at Kansas State University and he became the Printmaking area coordinator. In the fall of 2016, Mr. Hernandez was hired as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Print Media at Wichita State University. He is currently still teaching at Wichita State University where his current position is Assistant Professor of Print Media and Foundations Coordinator.

Senior Wednesday offers life-long learning opportunities for active adults 55+.

Work by the Artist

Black and white print with the figure on a man walking on fragmented tiles in front on two men behind a cannon

Marco Hernandez, El Viaje, 2017. Etching, 12 x 18 inches. Courtesy of the artist