The Salt City Dozen is an international juried printmaking portfolio organized by the Syracuse University Print Media & Graphic Arts Program. The title of the portfolio refers to Syracuse’s early history of salt mining. The Salt City Dozen folio seeks to document the wide range of innovative techniques and unique approaches used by students across the U.S. and abroad. From the traditional to the experimental, The Salt City Dozen is dedicated to celebrating print as a dynamic medium for visual expression. Twelve artists were selected, including Jade Hoyer (UTK MFA 2016).
This exhibition also includes recent prints by UTK faculty members Althea Murphy-Price, Koichi Yamamoto and Beauvais Lyons, as well as several graduate students; B.J. Alumbaugh, Jade Hoyer, Tatiana Potts, Keely Snook, Kelsey Stephenson, Jessica Gatlin Abigail Lucien, Elyssia Mann, Geoff Silvis and Johanna Winters.