Nancy Campbell

Nancy Campbell Artist/Writer, Editor of Printmaking Today

Nancy Campbell's work as a writer and artist draws on an apprenticeship in letterpress printing and typefounding in North America, and residencies conducted at research institutions throughout the polar regions. Nancy has published many artist’s books, including How To Say ‘I Love You’ In Greenlandic: An Arctic Alphabet which received a Birgit Skiöld Award in 2013. Her latest book, Disko Bay, is published by Enitharmon Press. She writes on visual art for the Independent and the Times Literary Supplement, and is editor of Printmaking Today magazine


Nancy Campbell

 

Rachel Gladfelter

Rachel Gladfelter Director, Pace Prints New York

Rachel Gladfelter is the Director of Pace Prints, Chelsea, where she has curated exhibitions of work by Shepard Fairey, Keith Haring, Daniel Heidkamp, Jon Kessler and Nicola López, among others. An expert on print publishing, printmaking and papermaking, she has lectured and taught classes on the subject extensively at Cornell University, William Patterson University, Kutztown University and at the Columbus Museum of Art. She has curated and juried independent exhibitions in New York, including Fold at Planthouse Gallery, Divergence at the Lower East Side Printshop, and Midwest Multiples at the Nemeth Art Center. Prior to her eight-year tenure at Pace Prints, Gladfelter was the Studio Director at Dieu Donné, where she collaborated with contemporary artists such as Arturo Herrera, Glenn Ligon, Kate Shepherd, James Siena and Do Ho Suh to create editioned and unique works within the hand papermaking process.


Rachel Gladfelter

 

Gill Saunders

Gill Saunders Senior Curator, Victoria & Albert Museum

Gill Saunders is Senior Curator of Prints in the Word & Image Department of the Victoria & Albert Museum, and an Honorary Member of the Printmakers Council. Her publications include Prints Now: Directions and Definitions (V&A, 2006; with Rosie Miles), Recording Britain (V&A, 2011) and In Black and White: prints from Africa and the Diaspora (with Zoe Whitley, V&A, 2013). She was a selector for the inaugural International Print Biennale in Newcastle in 2009. She co-curated Walls Are Talking (2010), an exhibition of wallpapers by contemporary artists, at the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, and Surface Noise, (2011) a show of innovative contemporary printmaking at the Jerwood Space, London. She writes, lectures and broadcasts regularly on 20th-century and contemporary art.


Gill Saunders

 

Jo  Stockham

Jo  Stockham Artist, Professor and Head of the Print Programme, Royal College of Art

Jo Stockham has been professor and head of the Printmaking programme since 2008. She began working at the Royal College of Art in 1993 as a visiting lecturer in Painting, Sculpture and Printmaking. Her background in teaching sculpture and architecture and of running gallery-based workshops and talks contributes to her passion for the interrelatedness of making work and creating spaces for discussion.

Jo has exhibited internationally, often making work from commissions or through residencies that explore the history of a site. Her current writing, publications and prints focus on the implications of virtual technologies. A speculative attitude to making as a form of thinking informs both her work and her teaching.


Jo  Stockham