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Friday, July 1, 2016

Congratulations Jaime Durham (BFA 2014)!

Jaime Durham, Sanctuary, 2014
Congratulations to Jaime Durham (Printmaking BFA 2014, former P.R.I.N.T Intern and part-time assistant), who will attend the Professional Training Program at Tamarind Institute this fall!

Offered in conjunction with the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, Tamarind has the only formal educational program in the world for professional fine art collaborative printers. We are so proud that one of our alumna will participate. Congratulations, Jaime!

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Congratulations Jessie Barnes (MFA 2017)!

Monotype by Jessie Barnes
Congratulations Jessie Barnes (MFA 2017) for winning the Frogman's Printmaking Workshop Graduate Student Scholarship. As the scholarship recipient Jessie will have a solo exhibition during the Frogman's Printmaking Workshops. Jessie competed with graduate students from across the US for this highly-competitive award.

Jessie served as a Graduate Assistant at P.R.I.N.T from 2014 – 15. 

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Sarah Ellis in SGCI's Graphic Impressions


Download the latest edition of Graphic Impressions to read a letter from Sarah Ellis, Southern Graphics Council International Student Representative. Sarah will be working with student members to foster a sense of community. Her letter details ways that you can get more involved in SGCI, including having your work featured on a new Instagram account, @students.of.sgci.

Here's more about Sarah: Currently an MFA Candidate in Printmaking at UNT, Sarah received her BFA in Printmaking from The University of Akron in 2014. Through a variety of print media and book arts, her work explores the dynamics between domestic craft, gender roles, and the continuity of human behavior. During her first year of graduate school, she worked as the Graduate Assistant at P.R.I.N.T Press as well as a Teaching Assistant in Drawing.

Sunday, June 5, 2016

P.R.I.N.T receives GDAC Community Arts Grant

First Friday Award Ceremony with Grant Recipients
P.R.I.N.T received a Community Arts Award Grant from the Greater Denton Arts Council for an upcoming workshop with Jeffrey Dell. The award ceremony featured performances by Big Rig Dance Collective, Susan Carol Davis, Denton Community Band, Denton Community Chorus, Flower Mound Community Orchestras, and the Tejas Storytelling Association. 

P.R.I.N.T is honored and grateful for this important support from GDAC! Thank you for supporting the arts in Denton, Texas!

Friday, May 27, 2016

Jonathan Vogt (MFA 2015) receives 2016 Innovative ETD Award

Jonathan Vogt, Static Bustle installation
Congrats to Jonathan Vogt (MFA 2015), who received the 2016 Innovative Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Award for "Static Bustle: Patterns Achieved Through Repetitive Processes." Sponsored by the UNT Libraries and Toulouse Graduate School, the award recognizes UNT students who employ creative approaches and use innovative technologies to enhance the scholarly and popular impact of their electronic theses or dissertations (ETDs) and related graduate works.

Jon Vogt's winning thesis can be found at the UNT Digital Library.

Jon served as a Graduate Assistant at P.R.I.N.T and currently works at the University of Georgia. He received a BFA from Iowa State University and a Professional Printer's Certificate from the Tamarind Institute for Lithography. Congratulations, Jon!

Monday, April 11, 2016

Thank you Linda Ridgway and Katherine Brimberry!

Linda Ridgway and Katherine Brimberry work with students at P.R.I.N.T
Thank you to Linda Ridgway and Katherine Brimberry who collaborated at P.R.I.N.T Press to produce a series of hand-pulled prints, including monoprints and etchings. P.R.I.N.T's team of students will print editions of the etchings in the coming year. 

While at UNT, Linda Ridgway delivered a lecture in conjunction with the Core Talk series; Katherine Brimberry spoke with Printmaking students about business practices and professional career options; and both artists participated in a well-attended Open House. Check out photos of these events on our Facebook page!


Linda Ridgway discusses work-in-progress at P.R.I.N.T's Open House

Linda Ridgway and Katherine Brimberry's visit was made possible by CVAD's Gallery Visiting Artist and Scholar Series; Department of Art Education and Art History; Department of Design Core Design; Department of Studio Drawing and Painting, Fibers, Printmaking, and Sculpture areas; and P.R.I.N.T Press.

Linda Ridgway addresses a large audience during the Open House demo

Thursday, March 17, 2016

P.R.I.N.T Director Lari Gibbons at SGCI Flux

What STEM Learns from Us panel, SGCI conference, Portland, OR 
(photo credit: Lexie Watson)
P.R.I.N.T Director Lari Gibbons recently spoke on a panel, What STEM Learns from Us, chaired by Nancy Palmeri for the Southern Graphics Council International FLUX conference in Portland, Oregon. Participants in the panel include Nicole Hand, Kate Bingaman-Burt, myself, Syd Webb, Hannah March Sanders, Charles Beneke, David Diaz, Scott Cook, Benjamin Rinehart, Hannah March Sanders, Adrienne Cook, and Breanne Trammell.

Thanks to Lexie Watson of Murray State University for the photograph of the panel talk.

Work by Lari Gibbons for Wonderous Transformations
In conjunction with the conference, by Lari Gibbons was also selected by Brian Shannon and Kathy Kuehn for the 24 From 24 exhibition at the Oregon College of Art and Craft in Portland and an exchange portfolio curated by Emily Arthur and Ruthann Godollei entitled Wondrous Transformation and Peculiar Nourishment: Celebrating the Engravings of Maria Sibylla Merian. 

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Alumna Cat Snapp published in MAPC Journal


Congratulations to alumnus Cat Snapp (MFA 2012), whose article Commitment & Abundance: Interview with Lynda Sherman and Myrna Keliher is published in the current issue of The MAPC Journal.

Cat Snapp received her MFA in 2012 and was a Graduate Area Assistant at P.R.I.N.T in 2011.

Check out the interview here!

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Congratulations Sarah Ellis, SGCI Student Representative

Work by Sarah Ellis
Congratulations to Sarah Ellis (MFA 2018), who has been nominated to serve as Student Representative on the 2015–16 Executive Board of Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI).

Read about it in SGCI's latest newsletter, Graphic Impressions!

Sarah received her BFA in Printmaking from The University of Akron in 2014. She is currently an MFA Candidate in Printmaking at the University of North Texas. Through a variety of print media and book arts, her work explores the dynamics between domestic craft, gender roles, and the continuity of human behavior. During her first year of graduate school, she has had the pleasure of working as the Graduate Assistant at P.R.I.N.T Press as well as a Teaching Assistant in Drawing. She currently lives in Denton, Texas, with her fiancé and their corgi.
I'm both humbled and honored to be nominated to serve as the Student Representative of SGC International. After I discovered printmaking during my undergraduate career, I realized that it is possible to truly love what you do on a daily basis. SGCI has been an integral part of my development as an artist and I'm thrilled to have the chance to take a more active role in such an influential organization. It's a place for students and profes- sionals alike to appreciate our practice and build the sense of togetherness that is so vital to what we do. The amount of generosity and consideration that I have experienced within the printmaking community deserves to be forwarded. I am truly privileged to be presented with this opportunity and I hope to serve as an active voice for our student members.––Sarah Ellis