Janet Marcavage

Janet Marcavage

Professor and Chair, Art and Art History

Janet Marcavage’s expertise combines traditional and contemporary printmaking. As an artist, she specializes in intaglio and screenprint. Her work also stems from an interest in visual language throughout the history of printmaking. Marcavage, twice the recipient of a Tacoma Artists Initiative Project Award, has exhibited her work in solo and group exhibitions in Tacoma, Seattle, Portland, New York, Wales, and China. She was a visiting artist at the Hubei Institute of Fine Arts in Wuhan, China, where she held a solo exhibition of her prints. She also gives public presentations on contemporary art, printmaking, and installation art. Her work is represented by Augen Gallery in Portland, Ore., and was included in the book Printmakers Today (Schiffer, 2010).

Education
BFA University of the Arts 1997
MFA University of Wisconsin Madison 2004
Class
Visual Concepts ARTS 101-B 2218
Beg Printmakng Relief/Intaglio ARTS 281-A 2218
Intermediate Printmaking ARTS 382-A 2218
Advanced Printmaking ARTS 482-A 2218
Visual Concepts ARTS 101-A 2224
Lithography and Screen Print ARTS 282-A 2224

Contact Information

Kittredge 208
email jmarcavage@pugetsound.edu