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John-Mark Schlink teaches Printmaking and Drawing. In conjunction with teaching he curates exhibitions highlighting works from the Permanent Collection, the annual Senior Exhibition, and the Visiting Artist Exhibition program. He continues to exhibit his intaglio prints nationally and internationally. His work has been most recently included in the 2013 MAPC members exhibition at the McDonough Museum of Art in Ohio and the 2012 Pacific States Biennial at the University of Hawaii. His prints have also been exhibited at the International Print Center in New York and The New York Etchers Society in which he received a Recognition of Excellence Award. John-Mark Schlink has an MFA from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Professor Schlink engages his students in the process of making images based on traditional techniques while considering contemporary issues of art and culture. He aims to promote a studio environment which is accessible to non-majors as well as challenging for more advanced students. He emphasizes critical thinking skills and creativity to benefit students across disciplines.
Here is an example of Professor Schlink's work in printmaking, titled Architectural Possibles (Articulation no. 5):
John-Mark Schlink, Lecturer in Studio Arts; Director of Exhibitions, Soeffker Gallery and Permanent CollectionOffice: Drew Fine Arts Center 105Mailstop/Box: MS-B1801Phone: 651-523-2396Fax: 651-523-3066Email: email@example.com
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