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2008-11 MFA, Printmaking. Louisiana State University. Baton Rouge, LA.
2003-07 BFA, Printmaking, minors in Art History and Philosophy. Newcomb College Art Department, Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.
Hannah March Sanders is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art & Design and serves as the Area Head of Printmaking. She is also the Letterpress Area Coordinator of Catapult Press at arts entrepreneurship venture, Catapult Creative House, in Cape Girardeau, MO. Sanders is an active member of the Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI), the Missouri Fiber Artists (MoFA), and was granted a lifetime membership of the Mid America Print Council (MAPC) for her exemplary service as Managing Editor of the MAPC Journal. Hannah and her husband, Blake, operate https://orangebarrelindustries.com/, an artist collaborative that organizes portfolio exchanges, exhibitions and other art events. She has exhibited work in group exhibitions across the globe in Spain, Estonia, Ireland, Japan, and New York.
2019 (w)rest, Juried Solo Exhibition as Orange Barrel Industries, Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA), June/July 2019. Lubbock, TX.
2018 Spoiled, Solo Exhibition as Orange Barrel Industries, Stevens Gallery, University of the Ozarks. Clarksville, AK.
2017-18 Running on Fumes, Solo Exhibition/Collaborative Installation as Orange Barrel Industries, Invitational, Spring Hill College. Mobile, AL.
2019 $549.00, Competitive Faculty Research Award, Department of Art & Design, Southeast MO State University. Cape Girardeau, MO.
2019 $2,135.00, Grants Researching Funding Committee (GRFC) Grant, for Community Exchange in Puerto Rico during the Southern Graphics Council International Conference, as the Ad Hoc Committee for Community Exchange (SGCI), Southeast MO State University.
2018 $2,063.20, Kent Library Endowment Fund Grant, for purchase of recently-released art books highlighting political art and diversity to supplement the library’s collection, Southeast Missouri State University. Cape Girardeau, MO.
2018 $2,995.00, Grants Researching Funding Committee (GRFC) Grant 3rd Call, for International Printmaking/Fibers Ecologically-Conscious Art Exhibitions, curated as Orange Barrel Industries, Southeast MO State University. Cape Girardeau, MO.
2018 $1,500.00, Provost’s Summer Research and Creativity Grant, for International Printmaking/Fibers Ecologically-Conscious Art Exhibitions, curated as Orange Barrel Industries, Southeast MO State University. Cape Girardeau, MO.
Most Recent/Notable Published Work
2019 Infame Zine El #4, Invited to create a spread by Xavier Moreno, Ifame Zine: Comunidad sin Fronteras. Mexico.
2019 Reproductive Media Mobile Zine Library, “Predisastered, Vol. I”, Juried by Danielle Wyckoff and Cayla Skillin-Brauchle.
2019 Reviewed artist, “Disrupting Our Disruption: Recycling Our Indelible Mark to mine a ‘wee bit of hope’”, by Adriane Herman, SGC International Website, 23 September 2019.
2018 Contributor, “Printmaking in the Contemporary Landscape,” Paper Presentation by Professor Melissa Harshman of the University of Georgia for the IMPACT 10 Conference in Santander, Spain. https://www.impact10.es/ensayos-papers/
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