Online magazine launched
Posted: Friday, November 16, 2012 6:00 pm
The Messenger 11.16.12
The fall 2012 online edition of BeanSwitch, the University of Tennessee at Martin’s art and literature magazine, will be launched Monday during a special preview event.
“BeanSwitch Fall 2012 Launches Celebration of the Arts” will begin at 6 p.m. in the Duncan Ballroom of the Boling University Center on the UT Martin campus. It is open to the public.
BeanSwitch publishes original art and literature created by UT Martin students, faculty and staff and members of the surrounding community.
UT Martin students, including co-executive editors Misty Dunlap of Dresden and Sheila Scott of Kenton and visual editor Kalsey Stults of Collinwood, run the magazine. Dr. Jeffrey Longacre, assistant professor of English, and Dr. Chris Hill, associate professor of English, and Tomi Parrish, instructor of communications, serve as faculty advisers.
Artists, poets and authors who have work published in this edition will attend and display original art and offer readings from the magazine. The event will also celebrate the accomplishments of pottery students and student musicians.
Artwork of all types will be on display at Monday’s event and guests will enjoy musical entertainment in a variety of styles.
Light refreshments will also be served.
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