|Two Tone Gallery, Murfreesboro Tennessee|
The March 2014 exhibition was co-curated by Meghan O’Connor and Alison Ford, and featured work from educators and students across North America. The Nashville Print Revival was started in order to engage printmakers and art lovers of all shapes and sizes, and the many exhibitions open during the Revival did just that. Visitors traveled from an array of distant locations in order to be apart of the print festivities and were pleased to see an abundance of printmaking processes involved in the exhibit; ranging from traditional forms of lithography and intaglio to more unique and inventive techniques including working on fabric and sculptural prints.
Participating Universities included:
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ||| Guen Montgomery//Emmy Lingscheit//Langston Allston//Basia Stanek//Randi Stella
- University of Tennessee Knoxville ||| Beauvais Lyons//Sara E. Wimberly//Allen Johnson//Koichi Yamamoto//Adriana Caloca//Caterious Reed//Althea Murphy-Price
- University of North Carolina at Pembroke ||| Brandon Sanderson//Rebecca Spruill//Kayla Seedig//Lateesha Caswell
- McMaster University School of the Arts ||| Kirby Tobin//Livia Tsang//John W. Ford//Alice King
- University of Alabama Huntsville ||| Katie Baldwin//Tim Arment//Andrea Williams//Baxxter Stults
- University of North Carolina Charlotte ||| Heather D. Freeman//Hammilton Ward//Katelyn Flanagan
- East Tennessee State University ||| John Hilton//Katelyn Osborne
- Bowling Green State University ||| Emily Short//Anita Britt//Corrinne Worden
- Kansas City Art Institute ||| Daiana Oneto//Kevin Schuette//Samantha Mendoza
- Murray State University ||| Katie McNew//Nicole Hand//Lucas Johnson
- University of North Texas ||| Andrew DeCaen//Christopher Aparicio//D! Dodd
- University of Northern Iowa ||| Hannah Sanders//Ashlie Coady//Dana Potter
- University of Kansas ||| Ella Weber//Solace Snow Naeymi//Paul Keefe
- Clemson University ||| Laken Bridges
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For more info about Printeresting, read Seriously Printeresting: An Interview with the Founders by Sarah Kirk Hanley on the Art21 Blog. You can also listen to an interview with Printeresting on The Book Arts and Poets Podcast hosted by Prof Steve Miller.