Saturdays at Todd
Letterpress Workshop with Cindy Marsh, printing the words of Martin Luther King, Jr.
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This faculty led initiative was designed to expand our community engagement in and around Murfreesboro. The events are free and open to the public with all materials provided as tools to build greater advocacy for the arts in middle Tennessee. Students and faculty participate and lead demonstrations. They answer questions and offer insight into context, technique, and concept.
Exhibit openings in our main gallery and each student space are scheduled on Saturdays to encourage community and alumni attendance while providing greater access to our facilities and programs.
Activities include all ages in interactive workshops, lectures, and exhibits. Through open discussion about artwork and the role of the artist in communities, we will demonstrate the importance of arts education while fostering a culture of support for the Arts in Tennessee.
All workshops are located in Todd Hall Room 224A except where otherwise noted.
Friday, January 18, 2019 | 11:00 am - 3:00 pm | Todd Hall, Room 350/351
Workshop led by Kathleen O'Connell and visting artist Cindy Marsh.
Participants will collaborate with Cindy Marsh to print hand-pulled letterpress posters, featuring the words of Martin Luther King, Jr. This lively collaborative printing event is open to all members of the MTSU community, with hope that all participants will return on Saturday for The First 100 Days March and reception.
The First 100 Days March
Saturday, January 19, 2019 | 11:00 am - 1:00 pm | Rally Point: MTSU, Todd Art Gallery
We hope to gather more than 100 people to wear a series of 100 letterpress printed t-shirts printed in commemoration of President Barack Obama's 100th day in office. Each t-shirt contains roughly 25 words of President Obama's 2,383-word Inauguration speech. All attendees are enouraged to carry posters (provided) featuring the words of Martin Luther King, Jr. The March is free and open to the public of all ages. *Sign-up not required to participate in the March.