Printmaking Faculty

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Printmaking Faculty

  • AMZE EMMONS Profile
    Associate Professor and Program Head

    Amze J. Emmons

    • Website:amzeemmons.com
    • Contact: amze.emmons@temple.edu
    • Emmons received a BFA from Ohio Wesleyan University and a MA and MFA from the University of Iowa. He has held solo exhibitions in, Berlin, Boston, Chicago, Madrid, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, among other locations. His work has been included in group exhibitions in innovative commercial galleries, artist-run spaces, and museums. Emmons has received numerous awards including a Fellowship in the Arts from the Independence Foundation; an Individual Creative Artist Fellowship from the Pennsylvania Arts Council; and a Fellowship at the MacDowell Colony.

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  • RICHARD HRICKO Portrait
    Professor

    Richard Hricko

    • Website:richardhricko.com
    • Contact: hricko@temple.edu
    • Richard Hricko has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally. His work is represented in many public and private collections, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Woodmere Art Museum, Delaware Art Museum, and International Southern Graphics Council. His awards include two West Virginia Arts and Humanities Council Artist-in Residence Grants, a Pennsylvania Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts/Mid-Atlantic Regional Artist Fellowship, Brandywine Institute Visiting Artist Fellowship, and several Temple University research grants.

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  • HESTER STINNETT Profile
    Professor

    Hester Stinnett

    • Website:hesterstinnett.com
    • Contact: hesters@temple.edu
    • Hester Stinnett’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, and is in numerous private and public collections, including the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Walker Art Center. In 2004 she was awarded a Pennsylvania Council Artist Fellowship for Works on Paper. She was an Artist in Residence at the Fabric Workshop in 2003, and has presented printmaking workshops at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Maine and the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado. With co-author Lois M.

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  • Jenn McTague
    Adjunct Professor

    Jenn McTague

  • Alexis Nutini
    Adjunct Professor

    Alexis Nutini

    • Website:alexisnutini.com
    • Contact: nutini@temple.edu
    • Born in Mexico City, Alexis Nutini received an MFA in Printmaking from the Tyler School of Art in 2005, a BA in Fine Art from St. Mary’s College of Maryland in 2000 and completed a Fulbright Fellowship in Barcelona, Spain in 2001. Nutini's work has been shown throughout North America and participated in the 2017 Philadelphia CSA(Community Supported Art) program. He is a member of NAPOLEON, a collectively-run project space and runs Dos Tres Press, a printshop in south Philadelphia where he produces limited edition woodcuts and collaborative print based projects.

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  • Adjunct Professor

    Alyssa Piro

    • Website:alyssapiro.com
    • Contact: a.piro@temple.edu
    • Alyssa Piro is a multidisciplinary artist working across drawing, printmaking, ceramics and installation. She received her BFA in printmaking from Pratt Institute, and her MFA from Columbia University. Her work has been included in exhibitions locally, nationally, as well as abroad. She currently lives and works in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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  • Adjunct Professor

    Kayla Romberger

    • Website:www.kaylaromberger.com
    • Contact: kayla.romberger@temple.edu
    • Kayla Romberger is an artist and arts organizer based in Philadelphia. Exhibitions of her work include Satellite Projects (Miami), the 4th Gwangju Design Biennale (Gwangju, South Korea), BASE Beijing (China), MOCAD, and the NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1 (New York).  Romberger cut her teeth in the art world as programming intern for the Whitney Museum of Art and Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania before co-founding the art and independent publications-based bookshop Ulises, in Fishtown, Philadelphia.

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  • Adjunct Professor

    Andrea Santos