Coordinator, Studios and Outreach
Alison teaches printmaking and foundation courses. She maintains the printmaking/book arts facilities and manages supplies for the entire art department.
She also works with admissions to coordinate events and meet with students and advises incoming freshman art majors. She co-curates the Morrissey Gallery in the lobby of Galvin Fine Arts Center.
Education and Training
- MFA, University of Iowa Printmaking
- BFA, Washington University, St. Louis Printmaking, minor Art History
Introduction to Printmaking
Topics: Screen Printing
"Build Adapt Repeat: Prints in Flux," collaborative print installation, Southern Graphics Council International Conference, "Flux: The Edge of Yesterday and Tomorrow," Portland, OR, 2016.
"Artists First: College Art Faculty of the Quad Cities," Figge Art Museum, Davenport, IA, 2014.
"Town and Gown: Printmaking As Agent of Discourse and Collaboration," panel chair, Mid America Print Conference, Print City, Detroit, MI, 2014.
"Iowa Artists 2012: Printmaking," Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA, 2012.
Mid America Print Council (MAPC)
Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI)