University of Nebraska at Omaha. Print Workshop
The UNO Print Workshop is part of the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and it is closely related to the Visiting Artist Program. It teaches printmaking, conducts academic research, and hosts residencies of visiting artists in the field of relief, intaglio, and lithography. Students and visiting artists use the workshop facility to produce editions, series, and proofs. The UNO Print Workshop was established by Thomas Majeski in 1976 with an NEA grant and matching funds from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
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The Thomas Majeski Papers contain the professional papers of Thomas Majeski from his tenure as a professor of Art and Art History at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1963-1999, and materials related to the UNO Print Workshop and the Visiting Artists Program (both established by Majeski in 1976 and still in operation). A portion of the collection is organized by the names of the artists who held residencies at the UNO Print Workshop through the Visiting Artists Program. Materials in the ...