Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum, September 2017
Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA, February 2017
Sandy 23 Gallery, Portland, OR, March/April 2016
The Contained Narrative: Defining the Contemporary Artist's Book, curated by Cathy Ryan, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, MN, April to July 2015
A to Zine, Roger Williams Gallery, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, NH, March/April 2015
Approximate Exactitude: the Diagram and the Book, curated by Sarah Smith, Emporium Gallery Showcase, Knoxville, TN, March 2015
The Book as Art, Expanding the Limit, Art Institute of Atlanta Gallery, Atlanta, GA, September 2014
Shift San Francisco Center for the Book Gallery, February to April 2014
Book Fairs // Speaking Engagements // Workshops
STL Print Week // St Louis, MO, October 2019
Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum (workshop) // 2017
Philadelphia Art Book Fair, Philadelphia, PA, // 2015
Codex International Book Fair, Richmond, CA, // 2015, 2017, 2019
California Polytechnic State University, Carleton College Library, The Center for Book Arts, Colorado College, Columbia University, Dartmouth College Special Collections, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design Special Collections, Savannah College of Art and Design Special Collections, Swarthmore College Special Collections, Temple University Special Collections, University of the Arts, University of California- Los Angeles Special Collections, University of California-Santa Barbara Special Collections, University of Cincinnati, University of Florida-Gainesville, University of Iowa Special Collections, University of Michigan, University of Nevada-Reno, University of Utah Special Collections, University of Washington-Seattle Special Collections, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Special Collections, Yale University Art of the Book Collection, Mary Austin private collection and Jack Ginsberg private collection.
Collaborative work methods in our studio practices inspired the formation of our collective.
Grounded in the language of narrative, Katie Baldwin’s work in woodblock and letterpress investigates storytelling through text and image. Her work has been included in numerous national and international group exhibitions, such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Montgomery Museum of Art, and the International Print Center of New York. She has had solo exhibitions at the Print Center, the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, and Prescott College Art Gallery, among others. Baldwin has received numerous grants and awards to travel as an artist-in-residence to Japan, Poland, Iceland, Cuba and Mexico. She has been awarded fellowships from the Independence Foundation, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and the New York Center for Book Arts. She served as the Victor Hammer Fellow at the Wells Book Arts Center in Aurora, New York and is currently the Book Artist in Residence at the University of Pennsylvania Fischer Fine Arts Library. She earned a BA from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA and an MFA from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Baldwin, an Associate Professor in Printmaking and Book Arts, has taught at the University of Alabama Huntsville since 2013.
Tricia Treacy is a Philadelphia-born interdisciplinary designer, artist and educator. Her collaborative creative practice tangles design, language, typography, printing and experimental book design. Creative research has been presented at various venues including Atypi, the Center for the Book in New York, Tasmeem Doha and TypeCon national conferences. She was awarded fellowships/grants from American Academy in Rome, DesignInquiry and the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design. She is an Associate Professor of Graphic Design at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC.
Sarah Bryant operates as Big Jump Press and produces artist’s books and prints in editions ranging in size from ten to one hundred copies. Her work can be found in dozens of collections including The Yale Arts Library, The Houghton Library at Harvard University, The New York Public Library and The Darling Bio-medical Library at UCLA. Sarah received her MFA from the University of Alabama MFA in the Book Arts Program in 2008. She has taught book arts courses for the University of Georgia, the University of Alabama, and Wells College, where she was the Victor Hammer Fellow from 2008-2011. Sarah is an Assistant Professor for the MFA Book Arts Program in the School of Library and Information Studies at The University of Alabama.
Macy Chadwick received a MFA in Book Arts and Printmaking from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She now resides in Petaluma, California where she is the founder and director of In Cahoots Residency. The residency provides housing and studio space to both emerging and professional artists with a focus on artists books, letterpress, printmaking, writing, and collaboration. Macy continues to create books and limited edition prints in her letterpress studio and her work is in prominent collections in the U.S. and abroad, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Yale University Special Collections, and the Jack Ginsberg Collection in South Africa.
Denise Bookwalter is a printmaker and book artist that lives in Tallahassee, Florida. She grew up with her four sisters in Ohio, received her BA from Northwestern University, MA from University of Illinois and MFA from Indiana University in printmaking. She is currently an Associate Professor in the Art Department at Florida State University where she is Area Head of Printmaking and Director of Small Craft Advisory Press.