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Photograph of Amelia Hankin

Amelia Hankin Artist in Residence, Screen Printing Department of Art

Contact
Send email to Amelia Hankin
Degrees
MFA, Rhode Island School of Design, 2006

Bio
Amelia Hankin received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has exhibited at The Phillips Collection (Washington, DC), American University Art Museum (Washington, DC),  Janet Turner Print Museum (Chico, CA), Miller Yezerski Gallery (Boston, MA), Eastern Oregon University, University of Richmond Museum (Richmond, VA), Ridderhof Martin Gallery at the University of Mary Washington (Fredericksburg, VA), International Print Center New York (New York, NY), the 808 Gallery at Boston University (Boston, MA), The Chazan Gallery (Providence, RI), Columbia College (Columbia, MO), The Xavier University Art Gallery (Cincinnati, OH), and the RISD Museum of Art (Providence, RI). She received an artist's travel grant to study Eastern woodblock printmaking techniques at Kyoto Seika University in 2005. Since then, Hankin has attended residencies at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, the Women's Studio Workshop, and Vermont Studio Center. Hankin has received grants from The Haven Foundation, Gottlieb Foundation, CERF, and The Artists' Fellowship, Inc. Collections include: Fidelity Investments, the Seaport Hotel in Boston, Hudson College, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, and NIH as well as other corporate and private collections. She has taught printmaking, design, and drawing at American University, George Mason University, National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the Rhode Island School of Design. She has printed for STABLE Arts, Cultural DC, and Navigation Press. Hankin is represented by Ellen Miller Gallery in Boston.
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Teaching

Summer 2022

  • ARTS-100 Art: Studio Experience

Fall 2022

  • ARTS-240 Artist's Perspect: Printmaking

  • ARTS-464 Printmaking: Screenprint

Spring 2023

  • ARTS-620 Advanced Printmaking