Annual Printmaker Subscription Program from NTSU’s P.R.I.N.T.


New Subscription Program


(L) Untimely Divergence and (R) Habitual Element by Nicole Hand

P.R.I.N.T Press invites the public to become a member of our new Annual Printmaker Subscription Program.

This new program will support visiting printmaker residencies in which emerging and renowned printmakers will publish works at P.R.I.N.T every fall semester with the assistance of students and faculty from UNT’s Printmaking program. This will expand our roster of artists, expose students to additional areas of expertise, and enrich the educational mission of our respective programs. Every spring semester, P.R.I.N.T will continue to publish work with master printers and artists from a range of disciplines.

Inaugural visiting printmaker Nicole Hand will create a limited edition of hand-pulled prints during her week-long residency. Hand examines ideas, beliefs and skills passed from one generation to the next by building symbolic, layered compositions with a diverse range of printmaking techniques.Membership Levels
Ten memberships are available at two levels for fall 2014. Supporters receive the following:


  • One signed limited edition fine art print by Nicole Hand
  • Private invitation to visit the shop during the production of the print
  • Invitations to all public events associated with the program
  • Additionally, one select print from our archives by artists such as Erika Adams, Terry Allen, Anitra Blayton, Kathy Grove, Michael Miller, Gladys Nilsson, or Robyn O’Neil. Please inquire for the complete list of specific prints available through this program.
Public events
MONDAY, OCTOBER 20 FROM 12 TO 12:50 PM IN SAGE 116Open House

Membership fees directly support the collaboration by funding honoraria, travel, per diem, materials, promotional material, and events. Learn more about the new subscription program here.

This inaugural residency is made possible in part by Core Drawing,UNT Printmaking and P.R.I.N.T Press.

College of Visual Arts and Design
P.R.I.N.T Press
University of North Texas, Denton, TX
For more information: 940.369.8354 | |


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