Title of Work
Date of Work
Art & Design Study Collection, Centennial Print Portfolio
Stored: 234 Print Box C, S7A
UND Art Collections Repository
Don Miller began his teaching career at UND as chair of the Ceramics Department in the School of Mines. He retired forty-two years later as a professor in the Department of Art and Design, located in the College of Arts & Sciences. Following retirement, Miller remained in Grand Forks where he currently serves as President of the Muddy Waters Clay Center, which is an important cultural resource for the community. Miller’s print was produced to commemorate UND’s centennial.
UND Centennial Print Portfolio 1983
A set of eleven prints was produced to commemorate UND's Centennial. Joining ten UND Visual Art's faculty was a former UND professor and Art Department Chair, Robert A. Nelson. The Centennial Print Portfolio was published in an edition of 75, plus twelve artist's proofs.
Part of UND in Grand Forks: Emergence of an artful relationship 2016
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