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prints in peculiar places

Art Walk: Thursday, March 19, 6pm

“Prints in Peculiar Places” will be a series of special “printstallations” to take place during the conference. Working with the City of Knoxville, the KCDC Public Building Authority, the L&N STEM Academy and various private business owners, we have identified a series of locations where printworks can be installed during the week of the conference. This initiative is being coordinated by Raluca Iancu, a third-year graduate student from the University of Tennessee.  On the evening of Thursday, March 19th the “Prints in Peculiar Places” art walk will take place starting around 6pm and will lead conference delegates from the Knoxville Convention Center to receptions and events in Downtown Knoxville. Selected projects are suitable for a general audience.

Much of this corridor will give conference delegates a view along the margins of downtown, and will activate spaces not often considered as venues for artworks. Working with The L&N STEM Academy faculty member Cheri Jorgenson, there are five locations on the academy grounds that have been selected as installation sites.  Proposals for these spaces were screened and selected by the faculty and students at the school, and will respond to scientific themes and concepts.

Knoxville Convention Center Park Concourse Level Windows
Supplement to the Fair, Lydia Diemer

Knoxville Convention Center Exhibit Hall B
Nature’s Intent, Abigail Lucien and Jessica Gatlin

Clinch Avenue Bridge near the Sun Sphere
The Flood, Sean Caulfield

L&N STEM Academy Trees Near the Main Entrance
Walking with Trees, Melanie Mowinski

L&N STEM Academy Columns Near Staircase
The Divine Proportion, Lydia Young

L&N STEM Academy Historic Crane
Spinning Our Truth, Sarah Marshall, Kathryn St. Clair Ellis, Wayne Suhrbier

L&N STEM Academy Cement Stairs
Folio Vestigium, Margot B. Myers and Amy S. Porter

L&N STEM Academy Student Parking Lot
Elementary Practical Physics; Allegories of Love; Instruments of Passion, Berel Lutsky

Fence along Jackson Ave. near the Foundry, South End.
Medicinal Weeds, Eana Agopian and Emily Cobb

Fence along Jackson Ave. near the Foundry, North End
Migration & Nesting, Ann Johnson

The Cement Underpass on Jackson Ave. under Western Avenue
To Come Together in Another Place, Madison Creech and Colleen Donahoe

The Cement I-40 Underpass on Jackson Ave. South End
Log Jam, Alison Judd

The Cement I-40 Underpass on Jackson Ave. North End
Flow, Tonja Torgerson

Grassy Area Along the South Side of Jackson Avenue
Greetings from Knoxville, Alex Linfield and Morgan Melenka

Keener Lighting Building, West Side (pending approval)
Windows, Michael Siporin Levine

Street Level Glass Windows on Southeastern Glass Building
Strata, Stephanie Hunder, Elizabeth Sunita Jacobson, and Sara Downing

Barricades Along Jackson Avenue
Double Double Rainbow Rainbow, Breanne Trammell and Jenny Harp

Sanders Pace Architecture, Walls Above West Parking Lot
Murmuration, Tatiana Potts

Sidewalk along KCDC Parking Lot West of The Standard
Deep (Fried) Ruin, Devin Balara and James Boychuk-Hunter

Jackson Ave. Garage loaned by Private Property Owner
Backyard Oasis, Anne Muntges

To download a PDF of Sean Caulfield's Instructions for Wall Chine Collé, please CLICK HERE.

To download a PDF of the selected projects, please CLICK HERE.

Selected exhibitors must fill out and return a WAIVER OF LIABILITY.