UT Knoxville, Ohio University Collaborate on Printmaking Project in Honor of MLK Day

The printmaking programs from UT Knoxville and Ohio University will meet in Knoxville for a three-day collaborative project this weekend. The project will include graduate students and faculty from both programs.

The participants will work in six collaborative teams with graphic media on a series of variable multi-authored prints to interpret the theme “We Have a Dream,” in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

A reception and presentation of the results will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17 in room 103 of the Art + Architecture Building.

Graduate student participants include Sara Marie Miller, Jason Shoemaker, Emmy Lingscheit, Taryn Anne Williams, Leslie Grossman, Guen Montgomery, Greg Daiker, Clif Montgomery and Ashton Ludden. UT faculty participants include Koichi Yamamoto, Althea Murphy-Price, Beauvais Lyons and Jessie Vander Laan.

This project is funded through the UT Knoxville Betsy Worden Printmaking Endowment and additional support through both universities.

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