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UT Print Club

The UT Print Club is an official student organization of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The club works to foster the understanding and appreciation of printmaking through sponsoring visiting artists, printshop open houses and works to raise funds through print sales for students to attend the annual SGC International Conference and the American Print Alliance's Print Dialogue Day. The club is open to any and all students interested in printmaking.

Through the generous support of the Cultural Affairs Board the club typically hosts three artists each academic year. A listing of visiting artists during the 2013-2014 academic year are posted at: Visiting Artists.

2014-2015 Officers
President: Keely Snook
Vice President: To be elected in the fall
Treasurer: To be elected in the fall

UT Print Club Constitution

To join the club or find out more, email Keely Snook.

3 Rivers Market Print Club Event
UTK Print Club members conduct a public screen printing session at the Three Rivers market and Co-op in October 2011.

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The UT Print Club held a sale in November 2008 of prints, books and t-shirts to help raise funds to attend the 2009 Southern graphics Council Conference in Chicago, Illinois.

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Students and faculty print a large-scale relief print for the university's capital campaign kick-off event in April 2008.




 

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