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Printmaking grads awarded fellowships + scholarships

Two graduate students in the UT School of Art have been awarded nationally competitive fellowships and scholarships. Both students are in the Printmakingprogram, which is ranked #3 by US News and World Report.

Jen Scheuer, a second-year graduate student selected by the Southern Graphics Council International Awards Committee as the 2013 SGCI Graduate Fellowship recipient. Scheuer will use the $1,000 fellowship to support the creation of a new series of prints informed by her interests in classical mythology, religious history, and feminism. The award will be presented at the SGCI Conference to be held in Milwaukee March 20-24, 2013. Scheuer received her BFA from Minnesota State University and spent a year in the printer training program at the Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico before beginning her studies at UT.

Ashton Ludden, a third-year graduate student has been selected for the 2013 Frogman’s Print and Paper Workshop Graduate Student Scholarship. The competition is open to any Master of Fine Arts candidate studying printmaking at an American University. Ludden received her BFA degree at Emporia State University in Kansas before coming to UT…

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