In the age of digital, there is something so fundamentally cool about being able to hold an art print in hand, crafted in paint and paper, etched or layered or stenciled. This week, Sonoma State University and the Southern Graphics Council together collect a huge array of works by printmakers from up and down the West Coast, representing a wide range of styles and techniques. Highlights of the exhibit include the contrasting contemporary woodcutting of Seattle’s Chris Papa, the wooly blanket art of L.A. artist Chris Johanson and the fine prints of Santa Rosa artist and teacher Kevin Fletcher. “West Coast Ink: Printmaking from San Diego to Seattle” opens with a reception on Thursday, March 13, at the Sonoma State University Art Gallery. 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. 4pm. 707.664.2295.