Nashville Print Revival, a citywide printmaking symposium comprising events, workshops and exhibitions throughout Nashville, is structured to reflect the printmaking ethos: to be hands-on, collaborative and as inclusive as possible.
"There is a lot of energy in the print community," says Mark Hosford, a printmaker who teaches at Vanderbilt and is represented by Cumberland Gallery. "Creating small symposiums and happenings are a way to funnel that energy locally. This is our way of engaging people in Nashville."
Speaking of energy in the print community, be sure to read Laura's cover feature from last April if you haven't already. More info on the overall goings-on here. Meanwhile, there are three events tomorrow — Screen-Print Mono-Types With Mike Martino, 10 a.m. at Plaza Artist Materials; Postcards From a Print Revival, noon to 4 p.m. at Platetone Press; and The Spectacular Poster Printacular Print Fair, 7-10 p.m. at Barista Parlor.