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Maggie Denk-Leigh

Title Associate Professor | Chair of Printmaking
Department Printmaking
Phone 216.421.7480

Courses  Image + Form II: Reproducibility | Intro Printmaking: Color + Form

Degree MFA, Clemson University, Printmaking
BA, Xavier University, Printmaking, Graphic Design & Business

Maggie is an Associate Professor and Printmaking Department Chair. She is a founding member and Board President of the Morgan Conservatory, a center for book and paper arts. http://morganconservatory.org

Recent exhibitions include a solo exhibition at the University of Mount Union and inclusion in the 2013 MAPC Juried Members Exhibition at the McDonough Museum.

Stevie Tanner

Title Technical Specialist
Department Printmaking
Phone 216.421.7480

Courses  Intro Printmaking: Color + Form

Degree MFA, Printmaking, University of Delaware
BFA, Painting/Drawing, University of Akron

Stevie Lee Tanner is a visual artist based in Cleveland, Ohio. She received her BFA in both Painting & Drawing and Printmaking from The University of Akron in 2014, and received her MFA in Printmaking from the University of Delaware in 2016. Tanner has exhibited in the US and abroad, including shows at The Fleisher Center for Works on Paper (Philadelphia, PA), The Delaware Center For Contemporary Art (Wilmington, DE), and Kunstraum Tapir (Berlin, Germany). She has taught introductory and advanced printmaking at the University of Delaware. She is the Technical Specialist & Shop Manager in CIA's Printmaking department.

Kat Burdine

Title Adjunct Faculty
Department Printmaking
Phone 2164217000

Courses  Expanded Print: New Imaging | Propaganda: Media, Dissemination, Technique

Degree MFA, Print Media, Cranbrook Academy of Art
BA, Augustana University

Kat Burdine was born in St.Paul, Minnesota. As an artist, she sabotages modes of making to produce failed prints, and objects—investigating the consequences of socially assigned narratives and the ways we carry them. She has participated in residencies such as Talking Dolls in Detroit, and collaborated internationally on various social and visual projects. She holds an MFA in Print Media from Cranbrook Academy of Art (‘15).

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Aimee Lee

Title Adjunct Faculty
Department Printmaking
Phone 216.421.7000

Degree MFA, Columbia College Chicago, Interdisciplinary Book & Paper Arts
BA, Oberlin College, Visual Art

Aimee Lee is a papermaker, writer, and the leading hanji researcher and practitioner in North America. Her Fulbright research on Korean paper led to her award-winning book Hanji Unfurled (The Legacy Press) and the first American hanji studio, located in Cleveland. Her artists' books reside in the library collections of the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, Stanford, UCLA, and Yale. Exhibits include the Fuller Craft Museum, Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking, and Museum of Nebraska Art. She serves as an Ohio Arts Council Heritage Fellow.

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