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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Internship available spring 2018


An internship at P.R.I.N.T Press is available to a UNT BFA candidate / Printmaking major for spring semester 2018. It requires 10 hours per week for 3 credit hours. Duties include assisting staff and visiting artists on special projects and events.

For more information, contact Lari Gibbons, professor and director of P.R.I.N.T Press.

Former and current interns include . . .
Annavittoria Connor
Samuel Cowan (2016) (2017)
Jaime Durham
Nathan Eclavea
Eileen Fritz
Leigh Garcia
Jessica Gengenbach

From the Registrar's Schedule of Classes and official Course Catalogue:
ART 4450.753
PROF INTERNSHIP
(26294) CRE V
3 hours
In-training programs offered in cooperation with approved business and professional houses. Students wishing credit must have instructor approve plan. Term reports required of students and employers.
Prerequisite(s): Junior standing. May be repeated for credit.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Director Lari Gibbons at Colorado College

Q&A session at Innovation at CC. Courtesy Colorado College
Director Lari Gibbons served as a visiting artist at Colorado College. She delivered a lecture at Innovation at CC, did studio visits with students, and taught printmaking and laser-cutting workshop.

Workshop participants at Colorado College Art Department
The events were organized by renowned printmaker and professor Jean Gumpper and sponsored by the Colorado College Art Department. Here's a Facebook post about the lecture, and Instagram feed about the #ccprintshop!

Image courtesy Innovation at Colorado College

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Sneak preview from Linda Ridgway

Image: Linda Ridgway
Master Printer: Katherine Brimberry
Photo: Teresa Rafidi

Printing assistants include: Jessie Barnes, Sarah Ellis, Jessica Gengenbach, Isabel Lee-Rosson, Zackary Petot, Kayla Seedig, David Villegas, Sam Cowan and Jessica Gengenbach. 

Sponsors include: 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 special thanks to Flatbed Press!

Saturday, October 21, 2017

The Contemporary Print



PrintAustin invites you to enter our 5th annual juried international exhibition “The Contemporary Print” to be held at O2 Gallery at Flatbed Press Headquarters during PrintAustin 2018.

The Contemporary Print exhibition is a survey of the traditions and the innovations of contemporary printmaking happening today. While non-traditional or digital output is accepted as a print element, submissions must utilize traditional print media as their primary technique including: Lithography, Relief, Intaglio, Silkscreen, Photo Polymer Plate and Monotype. Solely Digital and Photographic Prints are not eligible but feel free to contact us with any questions

Organizer: PRINTAUSTIN Collective
Venue: The Contemporary Print held at O2 Space @ Flatbed Press Headquarters Austin, Texas
January 20 –February 17, 2018
Opening Reception: January 20, 6-8pm

JUROR: This is the first time The Contemporary Print will be accepting international artists and we are excited to have our first juror from the United Kingdom. Dr. Paul Laidler is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) and Senior Lecturer in BA Illustration / MA Multidisciplinary Printmaking, University of the West England, Bristol, United Kingdom. The main focus of Paul’s academic activities stems from the close relationships that exist between technology, ideas and making in the graphic arts – particularly in the area of digitally-mediated print and its many offshoots. He contributes to critical discourse in print as a curator and arts writer, and is an associate editor for the Intellect Journal Drawing Research Theory and Practice. His research explores the impact of digital technology within the field of fine art printmaking, focusing on the advantages of using the traditional collaborative print studio model when generating and realising physical artefacts in the digital age. Over the years Paul has worked on print projects for artists such as Richard Hamilton, Lesley Dill, Joe Tilson, Gordon Cheung and Stanley Donwood.

Friday, October 6, 2017

Artists' Book Competition Call for Entries - UNT Special Collections


UNT Special Collections would like to announce a call for entries for the 10th Biennial Artists' Book Competition. The purpose of this competition is to encourage the development of students' work in the medium of artists' books, to foster the creation of artists' books, to reward excellence and creativity in the medium, and to build the collection of artists' books in the UNT Libraries' Special Collections.

Entries will be accepted in two categories: a Student Purchase Prize category and a Non-Student category. One winner will be selected from each category, but the $400 purchase award will only be given to the winner of the student category. Honorable mention awards will be given in each category, at the discretion of the jurors. Additional entries from both categories may be selected for purchase, dependent upon availability and budget restrictions of UNT Special Collections. All entries must have been created within the last two years to be eligible.

Works must be delivered to Willis Library December 4-15, 2017.

An exhibit of all entries will be on display in Willis Library from January 8-March 9, 2018.

For further information about eligibility, entry procedures, and entry forms, please visit the Call for Entries event page. Any questions regarding the competition and exhibit can be directed to Mandy.Rausch@unt.edu.

To view past competition winners, visit the Artists' Book Competition online exhibit.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 940-565-2769 or specialcollections@unt.edu.

Sunday, October 1, 2017

2018 DIGIFAB Symposium Call for Submissions

The North Texas Digital Fabrication Group is excited to announce the call for submissions for our Third Annual Symposium, to be hosted by the Texas Woman's University Department of Visual Arts. The 2018 Symposium will include an extra day this time around, with the dates set as April 20 and 21 (Friday and Saturday).

The theme we have chosen is "Humanizing the Digital", which is intended to both celebrate ways that technology-based processes are connecting us to things beyond technology, and widen the circle of those involved in the conversation. We envision a symposium where a diverse range of speakers represent a cross-disciplinary range of topics within the overall theme. The session formats include presentations, panels, and workshops. And we encourage session structures that create space for dialogue to happen throughout.

The deadline for proposals is 10/30/17. Please pass the call along to anyone who might have an interest in proposing, and please reach out to anyone who you think would have something to contribute, but who might not see themselves as being connected to digital fabrication. Here are links to both the call, and the online proposal form, and there is a PDF attached if you want to print out the call and distribute it.



We can't wait to see what this amazing community will come up with! 

--The NTDF Symposium Planning Committee:
Colby Parsons, Julie Libersat, James Thurman, and Danielle Avram

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Introducing our crew


Meet this semester's team (L – R): Emily Moyer, Thomas Menikos, and Lari Gibbons.

Emily Moyer is this semester's graduate assistant at PRINT and a first year printmaking MFA candidate from Denver, Colorado. She has previously taught children’s workshops at the Art Students League of Denver, participated in printmaking workshops at the Tamarind Institute and Frogman’s Print Workshops, and has contributed to her printmaking community by organizing group print exhibitions and co-chairing Month of Printmaking in Denver. We are thrilled to welcome Emily Moyer to our north Texas community!

Friday, September 8, 2017

Make a Difference: Give to P.R.I.N.T Press


P.R.I.N.T is a non-profit educational institution. Our programming is made possible by donations, sales, and grants. When you support P.R.I.N.T, you provide important opportunities for our students and community.

Want to donate online? Here's a direct link: https://one.unt.edu/

Want to learn more? Contact Susan Sanders (CVAD's Development Director) or Lari Gibbons (P.R.I.N.T Director and Printmaking faculty member) to learn how you can make a difference.

UNT's Division of Advancement can provide more options for giving to UNT.

Thank you for making P.R.I.N.T's programming possible!

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Director Lari Gibbons at Anderson Ranch

Lari Gibbons with workshop participants at Anderson Ranch
Professor Lari Gibbons taught a workshop combining printmaking and CNC fabrication techniques at Anderson Ranch in Snowmass Village, Colorado. The workshop filled to capacity and will be offered again in summer 2018. Thanks to a UNT Scholarly and Creative Activity Award, Gibbons spent additional time in the area gathering source material for her own work.